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    Need Help for OpenCockpits USBKeys card programming

    Hello,

    if start building my own cockpit with the MCDU of a A320.
    So Iīve bought a USBKeys card from OpenCockpits and connect them to my PCB.
    All is working well, but now i have a problem with defining the keys that should be emulated.

    Iīve defined them according to the manual, postet by OpenCockpits.
    So I want to define the "DEL" button, but how to to this?

    I donīt know!


    Thanks for Help!

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    Hello,

    there is a nice thread on sim-avionics about the OC usbkeys with complete config files:

    http://www.sim-avionics.com/newforum...8aacccbd82ed2b

    but in short, the DEL button, according to the usbkeys manual, you can use the Delete key and that is configured by \Z
    Regards,

    Henk.

    (my hobby: http://777simulator.nl)
    (FSX/Sim-Avionics/OpenCockpits)

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