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    Button functions

    Hi all, I am wondering if there is a way to set a button input to disconnect the aotopilot and set off the horn on the FIRST press of the button and then cancel the horn on the SECOND press of the same button, like the real plane.
    If so I will make a circuit for the AP as well as the AT disconnect that work like this.

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    Andy Smith

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    Re: Button functions

    Good question andy - i was going to tackle this one sometime - are you using V 5 ? Still trying to get familiar with it -

    Maybe one could use the latching function for the mom button, and have a sound on/sound off thing - not sure if PM Sounds has this - one would have to make a wave file with a continuous ap disc alert - say a 15/30 sec loop -

    I think you can assign parallel events to one button in v5 = as i said, not totally fam with it yet -


    will try it over the next few days -

    farrokh

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