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    Re: Progamming help with FSBus dll

    Hi MIchael

    How ya getting on with it?

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    Re: Progamming help with FSBus dll

    Hi John,
    I'm thrilled to announce to yo that, with your genrous help, the display is working!
    There is a about a second lag in displaying but apart from that all's very good.
    Michael

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    Re: Progamming help with FSBus dll

    Hi Michael

    Wahoo

    That is SO cool
    I think that when the dab and all the ini files are included with nothing unused the lag gets much shorter!

    The nice thing about the displays (so I have found so far)
    That the offsets are the same in the default aircraft are the same as the add on ones I only use the ifly now though!

    So whats the next project?

    Heres a pic of what I have just finished (but so far have not hooked up to FSBUS as my pc died)

    http://www.junkroom.co.uk/throttle-quad.jpg
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    Re: Progamming help with FSBus dll

    Hi John,>>
    Your throttle quadrant if just fantastic. I have made one too. Its made of wood and its very crude by your standard. But it was just to check thing out. I'll try to do the final one a bit better. How did you turn out such a masterpiece?>>
    I started my cockpit project on the MJOY16 as this was easy. But soon found out, it also was limited. Therefore Im trying to get into FSBUS.
    Michael

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    Re: Progamming help with FSBus dll

    Heya Michael


    oops we are getting off topic.......so I will email you

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    Re: Progamming help with FSBus dll

    Hello, i'm programming A320 Master Warning leds, and these leds are intermittent. How to do the intermittent light in c++?

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    Re: Progamming help with FSBus dll

    Hi Ciccio85

    Unfortunately I do not know any programming (have tried to learn and failed).

    By intermittent do you mean flashing?

    If so (and you know how to make a normal led light up) you could use a "flashing led "
    Just an idea.....not having any programmer DNA I have to use these kind of work arounds.

    I hope a few C+ programmers will get involved in this thread.



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    Re: Progamming help with FSBus dll

    Quote Originally Posted by John_B View Post
    Hi Ciccio85

    Unfortunately I do not know any programming (have tried to learn and failed).

    By intermittent do you mean flashing?

    If so (and you know how to make a normal led light up) you could use a "flashing led "
    Just an idea.....not having any programmer DNA I have to use these kind of work arounds.

    I hope a few C+ programmers will get involved in this thread.


    John
    Yes, i need flashing led in C++.

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    Re: Progamming help with FSBus dll

    Hi all

    Just wondered how you guys are getting on with FSBUS (CDK)?
    I got most things, I have, working in the default 737 but the offsets are a bit different for my iFly 737 ( BTW Fabulous aircraft if you are interested )

    I thought I was doing great until I discovered I cannot find a way to address a specific bit in an offset.
    For example for the light switches on the overhead use offset 0x0D0C and the bits 0,1,2,3,4,etc are the individual lights (8 per offset)

    I was kindly sent an "ini" file which I got real exited about cos I thought it showed how to do it BUT (there's always a BUT!!!!) I am sure it is not for FSBUS as I cannot see any way to define a data type "BIT" .

    Maybe I am overlooking something.

    Any input anyone???

    Please also it would be great if any FSBUS FSBUS (CDK) users chip in here..I am sure there are still some of us out there and I am also sure between us we "can crack this nut"

    John
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    Re: Progamming help with FSBus dll

    Quote Originally Posted by John_B View Post
    Hi all

    Just wondered how you guys are getting on with FSBUS (CDK)?
    I got most things, I have, working in the default 737 but the offsets are a bit different for my iFly 737 ( BTW Fabulous aircraft if you are interested )

    I thought I was doing great until I discovered I cannot find a way to address a specific bit in an offset.
    For example for the light switches on the overhead use offset 0x0D0C and the bits 0,1,2,3,4,etc are the individual lights (8 per offset)

    I was kindly sent an "ini" file which I got real exited about cos I thought it showed how to do it BUT (there's always a BUT!!!!) I am sure it is not for FSBUS as I cannot see any way to define a data type "BIT" .

    Maybe I am overlooking something.

    Any input anyone???

    Please also it would be great if any FSBUS FSBUS (CDK) users chip in here..I am sure there are still some of us out there and I am also sure between us we "can crack this nut"

    John
    Hello,

    use the FSBUS dll instend of the CDK. It's more and more powerful. I know how to write single bits on an offset, but only with dll and C++. If you like i can help you but only with dll's.

    Ciccio

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