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    new user needing guidance

    Hi Guys although I joined a while back I am now at a stage in my first build phase that I need to ask for help and advice .

    I have a question regarding using rotary switches with fsbus ( I mean switches with an absolute position ie bank angle switch on an 737 mcp not encoders)

    For the life of me have no idea which section to post the question I have spent a long time trying to find info arrrgh (maybe I am just dim?)

    Where do I ask such a question?

    John B
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    Re: new user needing guidance

    Hi John

    I'd choose either the input/output interface forum or the general builders questions. Even ask it here if you like. I think most users use the 'New Posts' link at the top of the page when checking the forums, as it pulls all the new posts from all forums into one place.

    Sean

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    Re: new user needing guidance

    Thanks for that I shall pen a question.....

    What hope is there for me getting stuff working if I cant find my way round a forum without 3 white sticks and a team of cuddly Labradors?

    NOT that I am calling my helpers Labrador's I hasten to add
    Old, tired & broke (shouldn't be allowed out really)