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About glennav8r

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  1. Oh Pete you are a life saver. Thank you so much. Really appreciate your guidance. Regards Glenn.
  2. Hi Thomas Thanks for your reply. Back to the drawing board I guess. Regards Glenn
  3. I purchased a 64 button card from Leo Bodnar only to find out later about the 32 button limit with FSUIPC per device. I thought if I limit the total buttons to 32 spread across the whole card it would work okay but it looks like they all have to be allocated to buttons 1-32 as none of my buttons from 33-64 are working. I have soldered the card into a circuit board so it is not a simple process to reallocate each of the buttons. Is there a way to force the use of the buttons with numbers above 32 thought the ini file or similar? Regards Glenn
  4. Hi Lloyd If you assign the parking brake to a toggle switch and select "control to repeat while held" option in FSUIPC it will achieve what you are after. Regards Glenn
  5. It is the 2 second press Im after so with both of your advise I should be able to get this working. Thanks again Glenn
  6. Hi Pete I have the Mindstar GNS530 software which I have set up with some hardware and am using FSUIPC to send the key presses. The CLR button on the unit has two functions. A momentary press clears the last entry, while a 2 second press returns the unit to the default navigation page. Mindstar provide a key press for both functions but I cannot work out for the life of me how to assign the one physical button to 2 different key presses. Is this at all possible please? Regards Glenn New Zealand
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