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Decimal adress of variable in FS2K2 for all engines together

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Hi,

I need the decimal adress of variable in FS2002 for all engines together.

I build me a throttle with reverse thrust and connect it with one of the joystick-ports of my mcp747 from Aerosoft Australia.

I connect the Potentiometers of the Throttle and Speedbrake to the pins 1+3 and 6+8.

And then i calibrate it with the Software. It does functions very good.

Now i want to make the reverse Thrust with one momentary button for both Engines.

If i insert this: (2188,2,65535,0,65535,1,38550, Thrust reverser) in the (FS2002data.txt) then does it functions but only for Engine 1.

Or can i insert a line data in the FS2002data.txt where both Engines are listed (variable= 2188 and 2140)

Does exist a decimal address of variable in FS2002 for both Engines together??

Regards

Sener

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I need the decimal adress of variable in FS2002 for all engines together.

If you mean via the FSUIPC interface, there is none. The interface provides access to FS's internal settings for each engine.

However, there is a facility for "throttle sync" -- if you set bit 2^4 (i.e. value 16) in the byte at offset 310A (=12554 decimal) then your throttle 1 values will be applied to the other three. You can access this facility also through a Hot Key, programmed in the FSUIPC Hot Keys page.

Or can i insert a line data in the FS2002data.txt where both Engines are listed (variable= 2188 and 2140)

That's a question for Andrew at http://www.747mcp.com I think.

Pete

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