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    Go flight efis

    Hello All

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    I have recently purchased a go flight efis and trying to get it to work with the leveld 767 in fsx

    My big problem is I can't for the life of me find the key assignments for the efis in the level d menu

    I have even printed out the leveld keyboard assignments but no mention of the efis or any of it's funtions

    I just need the keyboard assignments so I can program the efis

    Could anyone help

    Thank you in advance


    Ps I have looked all over the net but know joy

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    Re: Go flight efis

    Hi there,
    This might be a solution: If you have a registered copy of FSUIPC [and you should!] you could mousetrap the relevant functions and then assign them to the EFIS unit in FSUIPC. I use this technique with my Wilco Airbus to capture functions that do not have key assignments. I even made a video on how to do it which is now on the thread, for some reason!



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    Re: Go flight efis

    Nigel, A fantastic demonstration, I'm impressed and THANK YOU!!!!!

    BTW, I promoted your post as Article in the Tutorial Section on the home page. Congratulations, because of that you've been awarded a ribbon which will be displayed on your profile.

    Thanks again

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    Re: Go flight efis

    Thanks very much Matt !!

    Did not expect that - I did not know we had ribbons and such!

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    Re: Go flight efis

    Brilliant Nigel! That is great advice. I have a problem with loading FSUIPC 3.81, it makes my PMDG Open GL instrument displays disappear but I will be moving away from PMDG shortly to SimAvionics and I'm sure the mousetrapping will be extremely useful. Good work mate!

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    Re: Go flight efis

    Thank you Nigel

    I will give it ago assuming that leveld 767 fsx has no key assignments already for the efis function

    Good demonstration I will be using that in many other cases

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    Re: Go flight efis

    I just saw this it is wonderful I have known about the "mouse trapping" but have never tried to use it. Now I can grab some of the fighter switches you can't get in FSX.
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    Re: Go flight efis

    nice 1, This way also works for most of the overhead in the pmdg as well ... Lovely............

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    Re: Go flight efis

    In the FS9 version the list of assignments is accessed on the menu bar by Level-D/Settings/Customcontrols. The controls for the EFIS are shown as HSI Range and Mode, with key configurations SHIFT F11, SHIFT TAB F11 and SHIFT F12, SHIFT TAB F12.

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