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    six pack

    Is there a way to have at least some functions working even partially (like Master caution)
    without PMSystem.
    Maybe Thomas software?
    Jack
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    Hi Jack,
    Yes, I think you can use Thomas software.
    He has his own offsets. But you must (I think) write a sort of a script that triggers the Master Caution light.

    You can download the manual on his site.

    Best regards

    Jan Geurtsen

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    Hi,

    No he can not do this way. It uses pmsystems offsets to work so with out pmsystems it is not useless

    Quote Originally Posted by Jan737 View Post
    Hi Jack,
    Yes, I think you can use Thomas software.
    He has his own offsets. But you must (I think) write a sort of a script that triggers the Master Caution light.

    You can download the manual on his site.

    Best regards

    Jan Geurtsen
    With best regards,
    Achilles
    http://www.thefsps.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by AchillesP View Post
    Hi,

    No he can not do this way. It uses pmsystems offsets to work so with out pmsystems it is not useless
    It used there own offsets, not PM sysytem ones.
    And as mentioned before, you must write a piece of code to light the annunciators, when not using PM systems.

    Below the requirements from Thomas manual:

    Requirements
     MSFS FS9 (FS2004) / FSX
     Windows 2000 / XP / Vista 32 / Vista 64
     Full registered version of FSUIPC
     Full registered version of WideFS for network installation
     Computer Network TCP/IP or IPX for network installation, check WideFS documentation
     .Net Framework 2.0 (or higher) must be installed on that PC

    Best regards

    Jan Geurtsen

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    piece of code???
    Jackpilot
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    without PMSystem

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    Hi Jack,

    Yes, this can be done i.e. with SIOC from Opencockpits.
    This code will define if and when your Master Caution light will be on.

    Best regards

    Jan Geurtsen

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    No Jan,

    You need pmsystems as primary source.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jan737 View Post
    It used there own offsets, not PM sysytem ones.
    And as mentioned before, you must write a piece of code to light the annunciators, when not using PM systems.

    Below the requirements from Thomas manual:

    Requirements
     MSFS FS9 (FS2004) / FSX
     Windows 2000 / XP / Vista 32 / Vista 64
     Full registered version of FSUIPC
     Full registered version of WideFS for network installation
     Computer Network TCP/IP or IPX for network installation, check WideFS documentation
     .Net Framework 2.0 (or higher) must be installed on that PC

    Best regards

    Jan Geurtsen
    With best regards,
    Achilles
    http://www.thefsps.com

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