View Full Version : someone used the transfer function for PFD/ND already?

07-04-2008, 05:01 PM
Hi all,

I have just been fiddling with a more recently introduced feature by Enrico.
On offset §04F4 we can write 601 and 602 as commands to swap the location of the
PFD/ND from PFD/ND to ND/PFD and back ND/PFD to PFD/ND.
I have tonight adapted my sioc scripts and added this feature. The first time I did it the ND/PFD display was very small and did not fit my MIP openings. So I repositioned/resized the ND and the PFD until they matchd again. The when I went back to the PFD/ND view those displays were also changed of location. I brought the PFD and the ND back together with the U key. Then I swapped again and again the displays were changed location and I needed to use the U key again to bring the displays back closer together.

Did anyone use this and got it working?

If someone of PM is reading this... please tell me what im missing

Greetz Peter

07-05-2008, 05:16 AM
Hi Peter,

if you donīt want to wait for the good luck to strike you, I recommend to write to PM support and publish the outcome here.

That may speed up things and helps all of us.

Itīs a great pitty that PM people only lurk in here randomly.

Best rgds


07-05-2008, 06:21 AM

I get the same results upon using that offset as you get... that makes it totally unusable for now...

Let me know if you email PM for support.

07-05-2008, 05:14 PM
thanks guys....

this means its not me doing something wrong...
i'll take my chance and see weather enrico is still active on this...

Greetz Peter

07-25-2008, 06:56 AM
Hi all,

position of the PFD/ND after swapping : was not a bug.
But you should not use the U/Y keys to reposition but use the ALT-cursor
to move them ==> works fine
information missing on the PFD after swapping : solved in the latest version of the
ABGC ==> works fine now tested it last night
chrono on the first officers side ==> works fine with latest update

Lets hope Enrico keeps coming with good solutions..... :-) :-)

Greetz Peter

07-25-2008, 09:36 AM
Thanks for sharing Peter. Will try soon to see if it works for me as well.