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    Extration Request

    Hello Jim. First of all, I want to say a big "THANK YOU" for this amazing software. It's because people like you that make the dream to build a home cockpit come true, for those don't have much money to spend on it. I tested your software and I can extract all the information that i need except one, "the rudder trim". It is possible to include that extration in the next version of the software? Thanks a lot.

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    Re: Extration Request

    Yes ,, Will do Antonio ,, it might be a few weeks tho as I'm in the middle of other things here at the moment.

    Thanks for the feedback too ,,, it's always great to get good feedback.

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    Re: Extration Request

    Hi Jim. There is no hurry. That extration is to use in the left side of the rudder trim button, on a airbus pedestal. I'm only making a few test before start building something. But with 3 arduinos and your software, everything becames possible, it's amazing. Thanks again Jim.

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    Re: Extration Request

    Well Jim, the more I explore this software, the more I became fan. It's like a new world to discover. The simconnect inputs are amazing. Didn't know that was possible to send commands directly to the simulator. I just didn't find a way to increase/decrease the AP Course (CRS), but the value is extractable. If is not asking for too much, can you include this too in the next version? Anyway, what you have done so far is a great, great, great software. Once again, thanks Jim.

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    Re: Extration Request

    Antonio the autopilot course input code is actually in the "multi" and it's code is A55 and A56.
    It increase's or decrease's course setting.
    The name I used is "old school" so maybe I'll add (course) to the listing name to avoid confusion.

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    Re: Extration Request

    It doesn't matter if it is a old school name or not. What really matter is "IT WORKS". I can't imagine all the knowledge that is need to make a software like this, but one thing I know, this is a perfect interface between the hardware and the simulator. Thank you so much Jim.

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    Re: Extration Request

    Hello Jim. I just visited your page and I saw a new version of the software. And what was on it? The rudder trim extration I'm very happy not only with this extrations , but with the whole software. Since I can't spend lots of money in a home cockpit, your software will defenitily make my dream came true. It doesn't crash, sends the information correctly to the arduino and the best part, it's free. Thank you very much, for the software and for fulfill my request. Is people like you that the World need.

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    Re: Extration Request

    hi there antonio jose
    it's wonderfull to see another portuguese guy doing a home cockpit, i thought i was the only one. forgive me for writing this in english but i'm doing that with respect for the other forum members, i would like to take this oportunity to welcome you to this forum and wish you lots of luck in bulding that home cockpit. hope to share toughts and information in the future with you.
    abrašo

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    Re: Extration Request

    Thanks Antonio ,, have fun with it ,, Jim
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    Re: Extration Request

    I will Jim, thanks to you.

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