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pmdg 737 ngxu multi panel display problem

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Re: pmdg 737 ngxu multi panel display problem

Post by Warwick » 30 Jun 2020, 09:04

Warwick wrote:
30 Jun 2020, 04:31
c0nnex wrote:
29 Jun 2020, 11:35
Warwick wrote:
29 Jun 2020, 06:13

Hi Connex, I haven't yet because it's working just fine with all my other aircraft including the PMDG 747. Do you reckon it's worth a go?

Cheers

Warwick
OK just to make sure, you are on 0.9.7 beta (0.9.7.65) , and Support->Status shows the PMDGNG3 as "connected" ?
Hey mate,

You might be onto something here. I'm running 0.9.7.65 but all 4 PMDG entries in the Support area show "not connected" . If I run the 747 it shows "connected". How can I fix this?

Many thanks

Warwick
Looks like I was mistaken. When I restarted SPAD.NEXT it shows up as "connected". The Radio and Multi Switch panels work fine as do the other switches on the Multi Panel like Trim and Flaps. The display is blank however no matter what input I select (Alt, IAS etc). Turning the tuning dial changes the value on the 737 but there is nothing on the Panel.

Very strange.

Hope you can help

Cheers

Warwick

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Re: pmdg 737 ngxu multi panel display problem

Post by ianpartridge » 01 Jul 2020, 13:27

jwall wrote:
19 Jun 2020, 08:55
ianpartridge wrote:
10 Jun 2020, 21:11
Thanks Ulrich - I got it working again by moving them around :)

Ian
Hi Ian, please, can you clarify how did you "move them around"?
Hi,

Sorry only just seen this - I ensured any power management of the USB's was disabled and then started SPAD, removed the USB's, closed SPAD, then reconnected the USB's and restarted SPAD. not had an issue since.

Hope you got it sorted in the meantime.

Ian

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Re: pmdg 737 ngxu multi panel display problem

Post by Warwick » 09 Jul 2020, 08:00

Hi Ulrich,

I'm afraid I'm still having this problem, even after the recent PMDG and Spad.Next updates.

The code I'm using for the Alti on the Multipanel is below, but it is basically the same as in the PMDG 747 which works a treat. I don't know if it's related but I also have this weird anomaly which results in the battery switching to Off when I raise the Landing Gear. Which makes things tricky! I've uninstalled and reinstalled the aircraft but can't think of what else to do.

Cheers

Warwick

<BaseEvent xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" BoundTo="MULTIPANEL_SELECTOR_ALT" xmlns="http://www.fsgs.com/SPAD">
<EventDefinitions>
<EventDefinition Trigger="VALUEON">
<EventActions>
<EventActionDisplayValue TargetDataDefinition="PMDG737:1000:010E" TargetDisplay="DISPLAY" />
</EventActions>
</EventDefinition>
<EventDefinition Trigger="TUNER_CLOCKWISE">
<EventActions>
<EventActionControl TargetDataDefinition="PMDG737:EVT MCP ALTITUDE SELECTOR" Value="2147483648" ValueOperation="Set" />
</EventActions>
</EventDefinition>
<EventDefinition Trigger="TUNER_COUNTERCLOCKWISE">
<EventActions>
<EventActionControl TargetDataDefinition="PMDG737:EVT MCP ALTITUDE SELECTOR" Value="536870912" ValueOperation="Set" />
</EventActions>
</EventDefinition>
</EventDefinitions>
<Options>
<Option Key="VALUEMIN" Value="0" />
<Option Key="VALUEMAX" Value="99999" />
</Options>
</BaseEvent>

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Re: pmdg 737 ngxu multi panel display problem

Post by c0nnex » 09 Jul 2020, 10:19

Open a ticket please
viewtopic.php?f=4&t=4210

Nota Bena: The snippet is NOT for a PMDG 737 NGXu !

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