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Hi Pete,

We have had fruitful conversations before and I was curious if you thought this would be possible. I want to purchase the Carenado Phenom 300, I also have the Emuteq G1000 hardware simulator. Is there any possibility with fsuipc (which I know well) or Linda/Lua (which I'm not really familiar with) to assign the knobs/buttons from the Emuteq G1000 hardware to the prodigy G1000 in the Phenom as all the knobs and buttons are the same.

Thanks as always for your help!

John

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We have had fruitful conversations before and I was curious if you thought this would be possible. I want to purchase the Carenado Phenom 300, I also have the Emuteq G1000 hardware simulator. Is there any possibility with fsuipc (which I know well) or Linda/Lua (which I'm not really familiar with) to assign the knobs/buttons from the Emuteq G1000 hardware to the prodigy G1000 in the Phenom as all the knobs and buttons are the same.

 

Sorry, I no idea at all. I don't know either of those things. Does FSUIPC see the Emuteq G1000 at all? Does it come with any software or drivers? And does the G1000 in the Carenado add-on aircraft allow keyboard, L:Var or mouse macro control over its buttons?

 

Without such information it is impossible to answer your question I'm afraid. Maybe the guys at Carenado could help?

 

Pete

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