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Display Message for Throttle Detent with Aerosoft Airbus Professional

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I have managed successfully to use FSUIPC in P3D v4.5 to setup a single throttle lever to use the full detent range of the Aerosoft Airbus Professional A318/319/320/321 (including reverse thrust). It took a little (blind!) experimentation but it seems to work very well.

I have posted my findings on avsim.com to this effect:

http://https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/561341-aerosoft-airbus-professional-throttle-settings-using-fsuipc/

It would be nice if I could display a message in P3D at the top of the screen which identifies which of the throttle detents has been selected, rather than to rely on animations and audio confirmation. The FSLabs A320 has this option available (by way of a message), but their throttle setup has far greater flexibility than is the case for the Aerosoft Airbus.

Can anyone can point me in the right direction for how this could be done, possibly using a lua script? I presume that the physical throttle position would have to be used as a cue for such a message being displayed.

 

 

 

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