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    Progamming speed MCP OUTIAS subrutine

    Hello Nico,

    Before upgrade to version 9.7, I finish the MCP.
    I noticed in the OutIAS subrutime and 3.3_MCP_Generic.txt that the SPDDisplay variable remains at zero with the conditions. The digits are not active once the battery is ON as HDG and ALT.

    Var 9001 name OutIAS Link SUBRUTINE
    {
    L0 = TESTBIT &MCP_IAS 24
    C0 = L0 = 0
    C1 = &SPDDisplay = 0
    IF C0 AND C1 // not active but not a lights test possibility
    {
    &D_IAS0 = -999999 // blank
    &D_IAS1 = -999999 // blank
    &D_IAS2 = -999999
    &O_MACHDP = 0
    }
    ELSE
    {
    .
    I have modified the subroutine. Thanks for the answer.

    Regards,

    Marc

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    Re: Progamming speed MCP OUTIAS subrutine

    Hi Marc,
    I'm sorry but I do not understand what you mean. What is wrong? My MCP SIOC scripts are ok, I use them too (and many others)
    Did you implement var 742? From bit 4 of that var the &SPDDisplay var is set.

    ?

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    Nico

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    Re: Progamming speed MCP OUTIAS subrutine

    Hi Nico,

    Sorry. After verification, I forgot to compile the MCP file for my digits test. So it's normal that this does not without the VAR 742.

    Thanks for the reminder.

    Regards,

    Marc.