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  1. Hi, There was a tool available at http://www.wingmanteam.com/files/Tools/Caffeine/Caffeine.exe fixing this problem for the Logitech cordless joystick. The site isn't available any longer. Maybe you find another source. But don't mix it up with a similar program with the same name, which is keeping your PC alive. This version was especially programmed for the Logitech joystick. Rgds Reinhard
  2. Hi, I am not at home at the moment but as far as I remember, you have to send the axis directly to FS (bypassing FSUIPC) for the ESDG Citation X. It's the second option to select. Rgds Reinhard
  3. Hi, You could define two axis ranges. One in the upper range (e.g. 8000 .. 16383) firing the "GEAR UP" control when entering, and one in the lower range (e.g. -16384 .. -8000) firing the "GEAR DOWN" control when entering this range. You have to use the right side of the dialog box in the axis assignment. Rgds Reinhard
  4. Hi, I have programmed some time ago a small LUA program, which reads for me checklist items. I used the program saystatic.exe , which can be found on GITHUB: https://github.com/albertly/Say/blob/master/SayStatic.exe With the following function I read text, which I provide as parameterto th function: -- read string via sound device function readItem(lvString) ext.run("C:\\Program Files (x86)\\WideFS\\SayStatic.exe", lvString, EXT_HIDE) end Maybe this helps you. Rgds Reinhard
  5. Hi, Sorry for answering late but I was skiing in the Alps. Assigning LUA routines to buttons by assigning them via the button tab is not very efficient. If you do it like that, every time you activate one of your buttons, the LUA code must be loaded, compiled and then be executed. You really should look for the event library in the LUA library document. Using that method you only have to load the LUA modules once (maybe via the autoload functionality built into FSUIPC). Then these routines are waiting for the trigger events you have defined and execute the referenced function. Much more efficient to do it that way. Rgds Reinhard
  6. Hi, I made the experience, that having more smaller scripts with only a few event routines performs better than having all of the code in one single LUA file. While you would not see this effect on simple buttons, you will see it on rotaries. Maybe this helps you. And a smaller code segment is easier to debug than a big one - at least for me. Rgds Reinhard
  7. aua668

    Mouse Macros procedure

    Hi, If you try to map something to the speedbrake at the Aerosoft A3XX professional, why aren't you using the spoiler axis. I have assigned one of my GoFlight levers to the spoiler axis. In addition I was able to implement the speedbrake arm function for a special area of the axis. As reference here the entries in my profile. [Axes] : 5=GX,256,D,22,0,0,0 -{ DIRECT: Spoilers }- 6=GX,B,12518,16383,66066,0,66067,0 -{ DIRECT: SpoilersEntering=SPOILERS_ARM_ON, Leaving=SPOILERS_ARM_OFF }- 7=GX,B,8836,11413,66065,0 -{ Entering=SPOILERS_OFF }- : The entry no 6 is the zone above a detent. Entering this zone will arm the speedbrake. The entry no 7 is the detent on the throttle panel. Entering this zone will set the speedbrake off. Below the detent is the normal spoiler axis activating the speedbrake according to the position of the lever. Maybe this helps you to solve your problem. Rgds Reinhard
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    WideFS buttons via Android

    Hi, Check these options: https://techwiser.com/use-your-android-as-second-monitor/ Rgds Reinhard
  9. Hi, Just two things to add: First: FSUIPC is the most valuable add-on for the simulator and it's absolutely worth the price, if you seriously work with external hardware. Second: The support is outstanding in the community. Every single question/problem is handled by Pete and brought to a solution. And all enhancements are free of charge Think about that. Reinhard
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    Active Window

    Hi, ext.focus() without a parameter sets the focus back to FSX/P3D Rgds Reinhard
  11. Hi, Reading the code provided, I assume Barlow just used code out of LINDA. The used functions like DspShw make me thinking in this direction. Barlow also wrote, that he found some code on the internet. So the provided code never will run, if he references other functions which are not defined. Rgds Reinhard
  12. Hi, This is a problem on your side. Many pilots like me are flying this plane without the problems you have. I assume, you have some double assignments ( simulator and FSUIPC). Rgds Reinhard
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    Help with making Mouse Macro

    Ahh - interesting to know. I am currently still on V3.4. But in two weeks, when I will have moved to my new flat, I will upgrade my system to V4. And then lets see, if this works now also for XML gauges. Thanks for upgrading my knowledge... Rgds Reinhard
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    Help with making Mouse Macro

    Hi, The Blackbox A320 uses XML gauges. They are not compiled with the SDK and therefore mouse macros won't work with that plane. But the BBS A320 uses a lot of Lvars, which you could control via LUA modules. Alternative you can create a macro file setting these Lvars, if you don't want to program LUA modules. Then you could assign these macros to buttons. Anyway it means a little bit reading in the FSUIPC documentation. And you have to understand the meaning of the Lvars, which you can extract via the sample LUA dumping all Lvars used. Rgds Reinhard
  15. Hi, Simulator, aircraft, etc. ?!? Without any information you won't get an answer. Rgds Reinhard
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