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    One OC NAV to "copy" it's information NAV1 > NAV2

    Is it possible if i have one NAV from OpenCockpits to copy it's information to both NAVs? So when i set my NAV-hardware to lets say 111.90 then it will be set to both NAVs?


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    Re: One OC NAV to "copy" it's information NAV1 > NAV2

    If you create your own SIOC script then no problem, you can set second NAV display in the same time.
    If it's P&P version then I think it would be a little bit more complicated.
    Maybe if you have SIOC running, then read FSUIPC variables in a loop (a second between the readouts), then set the second NAV display.
    But if the second NAV is also P&P then I doubt it would be possible.
    Simply: you cannot push any info to the P&P version.

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