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Henrik Bergvin

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  1. Hello, The after landing flow was not something I made myself, but was already there from the original script. However, to find these values, you'll have to look up the corresponding function. There is an excel document containing these, if you look in Prepare3D\SimObjects\Airplanes\mjc8q400\doc\ExtInterfaces\. In addition, in the XML folder is the tool you need to get the CRC value to call. The value passed in the SetQ400Value and GetQ400Value methods is the resulting CRC from the tool. So for instance, if I want to set the domelight switch, I'd put in electricsData_->control.domelight_sw in the tool to get 68081 as the result, and as such I'd use that in the SetQ400Value method. Hope this helps you out :)
  2. Ok, thank you so much for the answer. I'll keep on testing to see if I can figure out whether or not there's a hardware event that triggers it. It has happened to me on two different (Carenado) aircraft, and on two similar flight plans.
  3. Is it at all possible to track the origin of an event? Today, I was happily flying along in my Citation CJ2 (Carenado) when my engines cut out. I quickly scrambled to restart the engines, and got the plane flying again. After landing, I checked the FSUIPC log which was set to capture events, and I found these two lines as the engines shut down: 4719188 *** EVENT: Cntrl= 66495 (0x000103bf), Param= 0 (0x00000000) TOGGLE_FUEL_VALVE_ENG2 4719672 *** EVENT: Cntrl= 66494 (0x000103be), Param= 0 (0x00000000) TOGGLE_FUEL_VALVE_ENG1 Unfortunately, I was not logging button presses, so I am unable to track down if i have some faulty hardware trying to send the events. So this brought me to wonder if it is possible at all to find out the origin of that event, so I can track and possibly catch it? I'd rather not toggle my fuel valves :D
  4. I mostly fly the Q400 with FS2Crew, so I tend to not use the scripts so often - though the vspeed one is definitely one I use repeatedly - too much twisting of knobs :P
  5. Not at all, thank you :) The scripts are there to be used! If there's anything else you need, let me know and I'll take a look at it :)
  6. This is a 3 year and some necro of an old post, but first I would like to say thank you very much to Chris Warner for this script. Secondly, I did a few changes to make it work a little bit better. Updated version (and other script as I make them) can be found here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/nof8k0k3m8juqzs/AAC5pulYtgMzdl5HyndcQhV4a?dl=0 /Henrik Bergvin
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