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    how to set " SPOT PLANE view" button

    Hi for all,

    I trying to set a button in CONTROL section of PM Instructor to make possible to use the "S" keypress from keyboard that cycle views to SPOT PLANE. This will be to help me when I start a pushback.

    I think that the offset is that below (if i am not wrong) but no way to make it work !!


    8320






    1






    Byte value, the view mode in the currently selected window (read/write):>>
    FS2004: 1=cockpit, 2=virtual cockpit, 3=tower, 4=spot plane, 5=top down>>
    FS2002: 0=cockpit, 1=virtual cockpit, 2=tower, 4=spot plane, 7=top down>>





    Anyone could help me with this ?

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    Let me first say that I don't have the instructor station so this might not be of any help. But I was struggeling with some hardware buttons on my fo yoke for the view modes. I use iocards and sioc for programming the buttons. But it's the same offsets used. I used 3110 length4 and control number 65567 for next_view_mode and control number 65749 for prev_view_mode. Try them.
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    Thanks SAS550, will try that tomorrow !
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    Great SAS550, it worked perfectly !! by the way do you know the offsets for ZOOM IN and ZOOM OUT to use with this VIEWS?


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    If you check the "List of Fs2004 controls.pdf" file that comes in the fsuipc.zip you'll find all controls that can be used with offset 3110.
    This goes for the different zoom controls.

    ZOOM_1X
    65550

    ZOOM_IN
    65655

    ZOOM_IN_FINE
    65754

    ZOOM_MINUS
    65718

    ZOOM_OUT
    65656

    ZOOM_OUT_FINE
    65755

    ZOOM_PLUS
    65719




    ps. I haven't tried them but I can't see any reason why they shouldn't work
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