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Mouse macros for a self centering switch

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Pete: Here is the log. I first entered the 3 items that you requested in the General section of the ini file. I then opened FSX and loaded the Citation. I first opened the APU subpanel and then did 2 things.

I first mouse clicked the APU start switch followed by mouse clicking the APU Off switch. That is all.

(BTW, I did do a little experimenting with additional numbers before doing the above but still no luck with self centering the switch)

********* FSUIPC4, Version 4.53 by Pete Dowson *********

Reading options from "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\Modules\FSUIPC4.ini"

User Name=

User Addr=

FSUIPC4 Key is provided

WideFS7 Key is provided

Running inside FSX on Windows Vista (using SimConnect Acc/SP2 Oct07)

Module base=61000000

Wind smoothing fix is fully installed

DebugStatus=255

78 System time = 12/11/2009 20:56:03

125 FLT UNC path = "\\FLTSIM6\Flight Simulator X Files\"

125 FS UNC path = "\\FLTSIM6\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\"

765 LogOptions=00000000 00010011

765 SimConnect_Open succeeded: waiting to check version okay

2294 Running in "Microsoft Flight Simulator X", Version: 10.0.61472.0 (SimConnect: 10.0.61259.0)

2294 Initialising SimConnect data requests now

2294 FSUIPC Menu entry added

2340 Ready Flags: Ready-To-Fly=N, In Menu=Y, In Dlg=Y

2340 \\FLTSIM6\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\FLIGHTS\OTHER\FLTSIM.FLT

2340 \\FLTSIM6\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\SimObjects\Airplanes\Aircreation_582SL\Aircreation_582SL.AIR

19220 \\FLTSIM6\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\SimObjects\Airplanes\Eaglesoft Citation X 2.0 X\CitationX.AIR

46582 Ready Flags: Ready-To-Fly=N, In Menu=N, In Dlg=N

46660 Ready Flags: Ready-To-Fly=Y, In Menu=N, In Dlg=N

47003 System time = 12/11/2009 20:56:50, Simulator time = 12:03:21 (17:03Z)

47237 Aircraft="Eaglesoft Citation X 2.0 N104CT"

47815 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 2832, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

49843 Advanced Weather Interface Enabled

51996 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 2837, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

56488 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 2925, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

60825 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 3057, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

65318 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 3196, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

69670 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 3340, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

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73149 ***********************************

73149 Mouse by function: RX6d530*X55cc (flags=20000000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

74163 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 3480, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

76347 Mouse by function: RX89700*X55cc (flags=20000000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

77595 Mouse by function: RX89830*X55cc (flags=20000000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

77720 Mouse by function: RX89830*X55cc,17 (flags=00020000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

78672 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 3610, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

83009 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 3745, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

87501 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 3887, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

91823 Mouse by function: RXadf90*X55cc (flags=20000000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

91994 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 4025, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

92088 Mouse by function: RXadf90*X55cc,11 (flags=00000800), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

92088 Mouse by function: RXadf90*X55cc,17 (flags=00020000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

96331 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 4161, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

100824 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 4300, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

103413 Mouse by function: RXae000*X55cc (flags=20000000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

103694 Mouse by function: RXae000*X55cc,11 (flags=00000800), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

103710 Mouse by function: RXae000*X55cc,17 (flags=00020000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

105176 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 4434, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

109669 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 4572, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

114162 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 4706, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

118514 Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 4843, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5

120246 Ready Flags: Ready-To-Fly=Y, In Menu=Y, In Dlg=Y

120246 Sim stopped: average frame rate for last 74 secs = 29.3 fps

125690 System time = 12/11/2009 20:58:08, Simulator time = 12:04:34 (17:04Z)

125690 *** FSUIPC log file being closed

Average frame rate for running time of 74 secs = 29.3 fps

Memory managed: 38 Allocs, 38 Freed

********* FSUIPC Log file closed ***********

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Pete: Here is the log. I first entered the 3 items that you requested in the General section of the ini file. I then opened FSX and loaded the Citation. I first opened the APU subpanel and then did 2 things.

I first mouse clicked the APU start switch followed by mouse clicking the APU Off switch. That is all.

Okay. But there appears to be more going on that that, from the log:

First there are these apparently different mouse clicks in different places. Would that be some sort of preparation, like getting the overhead up etc? Do you recognise the Xxxxxx numbers at all. (It might help if you showed the macros you have for this aircraft, especially the one for the APU, so i know which one is relevant).

73149 Mouse by function: RX6d530*X55cc (flags=20000000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

76347 Mouse by function: RX89700*X55cc (flags=20000000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

77595 Mouse by function: RX89830*X55cc (flags=20000000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

77720 Mouse by function: RX89830*X55cc,17 (flags=00020000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

Then we have these three different mouse actions on one mouse rectangle, presumably the 'start'?

91823 Mouse by function: RXadf90*X55cc (flags=20000000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

92088 Mouse by function: RXadf90*X55cc,11 (flags=00000800), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

92088 Mouse by function: RXadf90*X55cc,17 (flags=00020000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

followed a good 11 seconds later by a similar sequence on a separate mouse rectangle:

103413 Mouse by function: RXae000*X55cc (flags=20000000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

103694 Mouse by function: RXae000*X55cc,11 (flags=00000800), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

103710 Mouse by function: RXae000*X55cc,17 (flags=00020000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

I assume the first 3-action sequence is for "Start", and the second for "Off". In each case the first is "mouse left button single click", the second (11) is "mouse leave", and the third (17) is "mouse button release".

So, try constructing three-line macros for each, using the values shown. Let me know how you get on please.

Regards

Pete

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Okay. But there appears to be more going on that that, from the log:

First there are these apparently different mouse clicks in different places. Would that be some sort of preparation, like getting the overhead up etc? Do you recognise the Xxxxxx numbers at all. (It might help if you showed the macros you have for this aircraft, especially the one for the APU, so i know which one is relevant).

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Then we have these three different mouse actions on one mouse rectangle, presumably the 'start'?

91823 Mouse by function: RXadf90*X55cc (flags=20000000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

92088 Mouse by function: RXadf90*X55cc,11 (flags=00000800), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

92088 Mouse by function: RXadf90*X55cc,17 (flags=00020000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

followed a good 11 seconds later by a similar sequence on a separate mouse rectangle:

103413 Mouse by function: RXae000*X55cc (flags=20000000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

103694 Mouse by function: RXae000*X55cc,11 (flags=00000800), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

103710 Mouse by function: RXae000*X55cc,17 (flags=00020000), Module="ESDG_CitationX.GAU"

I assume the first 3-action sequence is for "Start", and the second for "Off". In each case the first is "mouse left button single click", the second (11) is "mouse leave", and the third (17) is "mouse button release".

So, try constructing three-line macros for each, using the values shown. Let me know how you get on please.

Regards

Pete

Hi Pete: Was out of town for the weekend, visiting my son. As you suggested above, the initial macros were for preparation work to get to the APU panel.

The 2 macros for the APU are one for the Start: RXadf90*X55cc

and the second for the Off: RXae000*X55cc

I do NOT know why there is one with the 17 modifier added to it. That is NOT in my MCRO file at all. I only have the 11 modifier in there because that is what was successful before in the FS9 version.

Here is what I have in my MCRO file for the APU:

21=APU Start=RXadf90*X55cc

22=APU Normal

22.1=RXadf90*X55cc,11

22.2=RXae000*X55cc,11

23=APU Off=RXae000*X55cc

Thanks, Al

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I do NOT know why there is one with the 17 modifier added to it. That is NOT in my MCRO file at all. I only have the 11 modifier in there

You seem to have completely misunderstood the purpose of the exercise. That log is NOT showing what your macro does, but what using the mouse does! Remember? We are trying to find out what the mouse does, which works, so we can do the same by macro! I asked you to add some logging and operate the APU switch by mouse so we could see what was happening when it works!

Maybe you forgot all this in the days in-between?

Here is what I have in my MCRO file for the APU:

21=APU Start=RXadf90*X55cc

22=APU Normal

22.1=RXadf90*X55cc,11

22.2=RXae000*X55cc,11

23=APU Off=RXae000*X55cc

I know! But that isn't what the mouse actually does, as you can see. This is exactly why I suggested that you replaced what you had for the macros with three line ones using the same sequence as the mouse. This is why i said

So, try constructing three-line macros for each, using the values shown. Let me know how you get on please.

which you apparently ignored. :-(

Pete

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Very sorry Pete but I guess I misunderstood and add in a little confusion as well. I do not do this every day of the week.

I changed my MCRO file to the following:

21=APU Start

21.1=RXadf90*X55cc

21.2=RXadf90*X55cc,11

21.3=RXadf90*X55cc,17

23=APU Off

23.1=RXae000*X55cc

23.2==RXae000*X55cc,11

23.3=RXae000*X55cc,17

Are these correct and what you referred to by a "three-line macro"?

Left out the APU norm for now.

When I open FS, I can hear a click with APU START and OFF but no there is movement of the APU switch.

Al

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Are these correct and what you referred to by a "three-line macro"?

Well they are the same as what the real mouse action seems to do, so that's whjat I would have thought would have worked.

When I open FS, I can hear a click with APU START and OFF but no there is movement of the APU switch.

Strange. Maybe there's no way to do it then.

Regards

Pete

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Pete: Then please explain, if possible, why is it that if I ONLY use these 2 macro entries,

21=APU Start=RXadf90*X55cc

23=APU Off=RXae000*X55cc

the APU switch "works" in that it will move up when I click my CH switch to Start and it moves down if I click my CH switch to turn Off.

Of course it does not self center but if the log says I need a 3 line macro then using a 3 line macro does not even move the switch, other than the switch sound.

Thanks, Al

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Pete: Then please explain, if possible, why is it that if I ONLY use these 2 macro entries,

21=APU Start=RXadf90*X55cc

23=APU Off=RXae000*X55cc

the APU switch "works" in that it will move up when I click my CH switch to Start and it moves down if I click my CH switch to turn Off.

Of course it does not self center but if the log says I need a 3 line macro then using a 3 line macro does not even move the switch, other than the switch sound.

I have no idea and I don't know how you expect me to have one.

The aircraft is not mine, I do not know its innards. I don't know how they've written it so that these things happen. I don't even have it here to muck about with. I was only trying to help you experiment to find a solution. The only other way would be for you to hack into the code and work it out yourself. it might not be possible in any case.

Logging the real mouse operations and emulating them seemed to be a good idea. I don't know why it doesn't work - maybe it needs the screen coordinates on one of those lines (which of course we cannot supply with mouse macros. You might be able to find a solution by experimenting with other combinations. You've only tried two or three so far. I've tried to suggest ways, but I cannot solve it for you. You have to do that yourself.

I've no other ideas for you.

Pete

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Thanks Pete. Please let me say again that I appreciate all your efforts and help as always.

I will try a few more experiments.

I also plan to talk to the developers and ask them what was done differently with this APU switch compared to the FS9 version.

I will let you know if I get any additional information that could help in solving this problem.

I have one other question. I noticed something that popped up in my log and would appreciate any comments about what it means.

I see the following line repeated many times in my log that I sent you.

Do you know what it means?

"Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 3887, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5"

Thanks, Al

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I see the following line repeated many times in my log that I sent you.

Do you know what it means?

It is only logged because we have "extras" logging enabled to get more information about the mouse actions.

"Exception 15 "WEATHER_UNABLE_TO_GET_OBSERVATION", Ref 3887, Index param -1 on Weather request type 5"

It means that, at the time it was requested, SimConnect could not supply weather information for a specific location. It may be able to a bit later, or it may simply be a weather station which hasn't been populated specifically. With Extras logging I log all Exceptions returned from SimConnect. (There are other logging options which log everything sent to and returned from SimConnect!).

Nothing to worry about.

Regards

Pete

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