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    Is there a way to find where a mouse click occurred?

    Hi,

    I'm building custom panels for the FS-X Level-D 767 and have a problem with a few on-screen mouse controls.
    They are not listed in FS-X, Level-D controls, FSUIPC or Lekseecon.

    For example;

    - the 6 Flight Control Shutoffs behind the first officer's chair in virtual view.
    - the Reset button on autoland panel on captain's instruments.
    - the V1, VR, V2, V30 bugs on the airspeed indicator.

    I cannot find any reference on how to override those controls and would really appreciate not having to use a mouse to get to them.

    Thanks!

    Robert

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    Re: Is there a way to find where a mouse click occurred?

    I don't know about that aircraft, but if you have FSUIPC there is a feature called Mousetrapping that allows you to assign keys or other actions to some features so that you can access them through inputs. It may be worth a look.

    Reid
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    Re: Is there a way to find where a mouse click occurred?

    Thanks Reid. I had checked FSUIPC but missed mousetrapping. I'll have to read the manual again.

    This guy:
    http://www.737ng.co.uk/mip.htm

    says at the bottom
    I have now had the opportunity to 'mousetrap' all the controls on the EFIS that I wanted.
    and shares his command file
    http://www.737ng.co.uk/737%20MIP.MCRO

    Robert