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    Default Longitude question

    Hi all, sorry if this has already been covered but I haven't flown the Longitude for a while.

    I see that we now have operational cabin pressure. Today when climbing i got an altitude pressure warning. I have assigned two keyboard keys. One for increase, the other for decrease.

    My question is this...if i click the increase pressure key will it cancel when it reaches the optimum pressure as i dont see a way to stop it ? Same for decreasing.

    Cheers
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    Answered this myself....
    My version of the Dakfly longitude mod was out of date. Now updated and all of the cas warning messages have disappeared.

    I am now left with another problem however in that the com frequencies are no longer shown on the MFD. ? I only see the active com frequency on the PFD.

    P.s I dont use the g3000 mod as I seem unable to get the controls mapped to my home cockpit.( haven't tried too hard though tbh). So I am using the stock version.

    Any help appreciated.


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    Hi Keith, try this updated version of the G3000 mod which is now SU7 compatible:
    https://github.com/Nezz/fspackages/r.../g3000-v0.7.6c
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiger1962 View Post
    Hi Keith, try this updated version of the G3000 mod which is now SU7 compatible:
    https://github.com/Nezz/fspackages/r.../g3000-v0.7.6c
    Cheer Tim, out of interest do you use FSUIPC7?

    The reason I ask is that due to the number of controllers in my cockpit I cant use the built in MSFS controls assignments page.

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    Hi Keith, I used all previous versions of FSUIPC and still have v4 for FSX, but I don't use FSUIPC7 - I've no need for it at the moment. Having used the previous versions I'm sure it'll do what you need it to, but if you want to be certain take a look at the forums first: https://forum.simflight.com/forum/183-fsuipc7-msfs/
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    I must be getting old and confused. I thought the idea of Microsoft signing up the Working Title team was so that their work could be integrated into the base sim's aircraft.

    Ita a pain having to wait for a mod update each time Asobo break the sim with their own update.

    Rant over

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