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Hi All,

I need some help with multi action macros please. Again I have read the documentation and have tried this before posting my question! but can’t seem to get this working!?

I am after a macro that does 2 actions! I want to be able to engage the airspeed hold with a button but to engage the airspeed, the auto throttle needs to armed. So I need a macro that arm’s the auto throttle and then engages the airspeed hold. I can then assign the macro to my button.

To disengage the airspeed hold another multi action macro would be needed, to disengage the airspeed hold and also dis-arm auto throttle.

Thanks in advance (please also note the auto throttle arming switch can’t be selected by a mouse macro!)

Thanks

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I am after a macro that does 2 actions! I want to be able to engage the airspeed hold with a button but to engage the airspeed, the auto throttle needs to armed. So I need a macro that arm’s the auto throttle and then engages the airspeed hold. I can then assign the macro to my button.

You don't really need a macro for that. Just assign both functionds to the button. You have to do this by editing the INI file, but that way you can have almost as many things assigned to the same button as you like. They are executed in order of the line numbers in the [buttons] section (i.e. the number before the '='). The format is documented in the Advanced User's guide.

Regards

Pete

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