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    opencockpits cdu script

    has Anyone got the opencockpits cdu script to work with pmdg 737

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    Re: opencockpits cdu script

    Your best, and perhaps only bet, is to use the Michael Devlos driver and script etc. To the best of my knowledge no one has been able to write a SIOC script because PMDG refuse to provide a SDK which gives the necessary information on how to access their FMC command table .
    Michael provides quite comprehensive instructions in his manual, so perhaps you should try again. This link may also help

    http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/show...-B737-released

    David

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    Re: opencockpits cdu script

    hi david its not the drivers its the script for the keys. the cdu screen works just the keys don't
    daz

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    Re: opencockpits cdu script

    Daz

    The SIOC script is very basic, only a few lines. Suggest you check the instructions again. Does your SIOC screen match the example in the manual and can you see the key presses in the IOCPconsole

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    Re: opencockpits cdu script

    Quote Originally Posted by fordgt40 View Post
    Daz

    The SIOC script is very basic, only a few lines. Suggest you check the instructions again. Does your SIOC screen match the example in the manual and can you see the key presses in the nsoleIOCPco

    David
    no we can not see the key presses in IOCPconsole

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    Re: opencockpits cdu script

    Quote Originally Posted by dazchad View Post
    no we can not see the key presses in IOCPconsole
    Presumably you can see the variables that were defined in the script, they just do not change when you press a key?

    David

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    Re: opencockpits cdu script

    yes spot on i can not see the changes

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    Re: opencockpits cdu script

    Daz

    Having to ask the "simple" questions first
    Apologies for another "simple" question - did you change the sioc.ini file to reflect your USBKeys device number?

    David

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    Re: opencockpits cdu script

    IOCP_port=8091
    IOCP_timeout=4000
    Minimized=No
    toggle_delay=20
    CONFIG_FILE=.\scripts\sioc fmc pmdg.txt

    IOCard_disable=No
    IOCard_LPT=No

    USBStepper=0,0
    USBKeys=1,119
    USBServos=0,0
    USBRelays=0,0
    USBDCmotor=0,0
    USBAnalogic=0,0

    FSUipcdisable=No
    FSUipcRefresh=50

    IOCPini_delay=3000
    IOCPclient0_disable=no
    IOCPclient0_host=192.168.16.3
    IOCPclient0_port=8090
    IOCPclient1_disable=Yes
    IOCPclient1_host=localhost
    IOCPclient1_port=8099

    Sound_disable=yes
    Volume=100

    Sound=APDis.wav,-1,-1,-1

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    Re: opencockpits cdu script

    Daz

    You have not changed the sioc.ini files as outlined in the manual. These lines must be there

    IOCP_port=8092
    IOCPclient0_disable=No
    IOCPclient0_port=8092

    David

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