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  1. I have created a small proof of concept addon that only has a gear button. it shows the current state ( no gear / up / in transition / down ) and toggles the gear with a keypress. this is superior to using just any keypress or joystick animation since it can show the current state in the little screen. It would probably even be possible to draw a artificial horizon or something like that in the icons 🙂 I would like help in form of ideas, code support, icons / graphics and stuff like that. I'll definatly make it open source. here is a small video capture of the gear button in action: https://imgur.com/a/aUZ3Jl9
  2. I have created a small proof of concept plugin that only has a gear button. It shows the current state ( inactive (static gear) / up / moving / down ) in the screen and toggles gear on press. there is a small caption: https://imgur.com/a/aUZ3Jl9 It's a bit hacky but I plan to make it open source and hope some guys will help with it 🙂
  3. Hi, I think it would be possible to create a native plugin using the .net framework, as I wrote in this thread: There is a .net library https://github.com/OpenMacroBoard/StreamDeckSharp that allows updating the screens in the buttons.
  4. Thanks ... I have not seen the other thread. I think a plugin will be superior because it could show buttons depending on state of the airplane .. but I agree that this will probably be much work .) btw if you want to test it before eventually buying .. there is an official iOS and Android app that allow to use your mobile phone as a stream deck.
  5. I wonder if anyone got a stream deck? I think it would be possible to do really great stuff with them .. there is also a .net library at https://github.com/OpenMacroBoard/StreamDeckSharp I have no experience with .net, but I guess I'll look into it now
  6. Thanks for this... I know with the current bug in the simconnect.dll the experince is not the best... but I'm looking forward doing great stuff with the lua scripting .)
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