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    Level-D MIP annunciators

    I have posted this in the 767 builders also, but I really need an answer asap.

    Has anyone got the annuciators to function on the MIP, other than thru
    cut outs in their MIP? According to the lekseecon forum it can't be
    done,
    From Forum:
    "I have been looking around in the big lekseecon manual, looking for
    offsets for the warning annunciatiors on the main panel, to the left
    of the upper eicas. (the ones with "speed brakes", "pull up", "wing
    share", etc.
    Are they available as lekseecon variables? No they are not, because
    they are not in the Level-D SDK't be done "

    If someone has them working please let me know, I have a real 767 MIP
    and WAS going to wire it to an OC card. If this cant be done at all,
    I'm going to scrap the whole project. When I started this, it was my understanding that only a few overhead panels were not functioning, but the MIP is to important to me. And yes I have already asked in the forum and was told to read the manual which I am doing now, but since I'm new to lekseecon and use to phidgets and PM its all new to
    me. I am referring to the annunciators in this photo below in yellow. I have seen 3 of 6 of the landing gear annunciators lite up on Nico's page, but the what about the others???


    Thanks
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    Hello!
    I was the one to ask the original question on Nicos' page, and since then, I have been thinking.
    There is no problem programming annunciators with SIOC language,
    I asked Nico if he had ready-to-use variables to make those real ones light up in sync with the panel's.
    But for example if the "CONFIG" light is supposed to light up
    IF throttle is over 30 percent
    AND flaps ar up
    OR Spoiler is out
    and so on, then it is easy to program it. FSUIPC variables can be used.
    It is of course no way you can program a lamp to light when there is a weel well fire, if there is no information coming from FS about it.

    I am building a 767 as well (not with real parts of course..), so I can give you codes when I have programmed it.
    But in Nico's Lekseecon, there are variables for almost everything,
    except those annunciators you are talking about.

    Regarding landing gear lights,
    if you for example want a "TRANSIT" lamp, telling you that the gear is not in or out, but in between, you can program it easily.

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    Hi Stabell,
    if you figure this out soon let please let me know, I have halted my sim completely until I hear from either a developer from level-d or someone like yourself

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