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    How to activate popup display?

    #2
    Hi Unal, the PMDG 737 does have popup displays 👍
    Sarjan Hayer

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      #3
      The old versions of 737 (FS9,FSX,P3D) had pop up screens but this one does not. I hope this gets fixed or there will be very many unhappy simmers out there.
      James S

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        #4
        it's a msfs limitation.

        Best Regards
        Mohamed

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        • omnoplea@yahoo.co.uk
          [email protected] commented
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          It may well be Asobo's limitation but the point is that PMDG have just thrown away a vital functionality for alot of simmers.

        • Robert Reilly
          Robert Reilly commented
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          That makes no sense if its an ASOBO issue how have PMDG thrown it away. if they can't make it work because of sim limitations not really there problem is it ? I think I read somewhere that multi screen support for MFD's etc is on ASOBO's list to do in the future

        #5
        Originally posted by mohamedkaafar View Post
        it's a msfs limitation.

        Best Regards
        Mohamed
        Maybe but you can do it with the A32NX so it's more likely a coding issue.
        Simon Justice

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        • WernerR
          WernerR commented
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          FBW and PMDG use different coding languages. C++ does not support this at the moment - but I'm sure PMDG will add the feature as soon as the base sim allows.

        #6
        I just wanted to add to this thread as I do agree its an important feature to have. Looks like its an Asobo issue. Best we can do is let Asobo know in their forums and see if they can improve their sdk like this PMDG can work their magic.

        Regards,
        Mark Dean
        M. Dean

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        • Amazany
          Amazany commented
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          I'm guessing no point the little old end user would have much sway when it comes to priority on ASOBOs forum, that's why a big guy with some direct influence like PMDG is what is required

        #7
        PMDG is asking for years to get this fixed by Asobo (enable C++/WASM functionality). They know, will fix, but no time path.
        René Moelaert EHLE

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          #8
          Very annoying for those who fly with a home cockpit. I hope it will be fixed soon...

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            #9
            official answer :https://forum.pmdg.com/forum/main-fo...lot-of-simmers
            Greetings Georg from Munich.

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