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Hi Paul,

I saw a video off spadnext come by on youtube. He was showing how to interact with the pmdg look like same as on the P3D platform.

A got that also working as in the video. Afterward i thought maybe the old offset & events work also in FSUIPC.net dll unfortunately they do not work.

Is there somthing in the making for this. I need this for my home cockpit project.

Please let me now your thought about this.

 

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I don't know if the PMDG 737 Offsets work in FSUIPC7. @John Dowson will be able to tell you.

Looking at the PMDG_NG3_SDK.h file, you should be able to use the normal PMDG 737 events (controls).

In any case you need to enable the SDK broadcast in the PMDG 737 ini file. The video shows you how to do this, starting at 0:58.

If you can't get it to work, please show some code.

Paul

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1 minute ago, Paul Henty said:

I don't know if the PMDG 737 Offsets work in FSUIPC7. @John Dowson will be able to tell you.

No, I don't think the offsets will be populated at the moment as I believe I disabled these in FSUIPC7.
Now the PMDG 737 has been released for MSFS, I will see if these are still valid.

John

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1 hour ago, 777ipod said:

What is the expected time line that this will be implemented so i have an idea.

I have no idea if PMDG provide this data yet, and if they do what the size is and how much space is needed in the offset table (i.e. if it fits in the currently allocated area).
I will know more once I have heard from PMDG and can give an estimate once I know the details.

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