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    Lvar list NGXu

    Hello,

    I try to get some instruments on a second screen via air manager, is there a new Lvar list for the NGXu?

    In the SDK folder it seems that it is the same documents as the NGX?

    Gr.

    Robert Koolst

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    Hi Robert,

    I was in contact with Sim innovations about this a few months ago and they told me they won´t be updating the PMDG plugin for the NGXu as they say there is not enough demand from customers. I too would like to have some instruments working via Air Manager and its a shame that we paid Sim Innovations good money but now they won´t update their plugin to accommodate the latest PMDG version.

    Maybe if you as well as others who would like the plugin updating also write to Sim Innovations then it may encourage them to update it.

    Please let me know if you have found or find some sort of work around too 😀

    Best regards,

    Henry F

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      #3
      Hello Henry,

      I am currently using air manager for the eicas and fsxpand for the flaps. The eicas is a little bit offset from the Pmdg values, also only N1 works during startup. The overhead and cdu I use with Aviaworx.

      The Pfd and Nd I undocked but if I undock more windows my frame rate begins to suffer that’s why I need other Eicas solution

      I will ask Sim Innovations again! Too bad there is no plugin for the most popular airliner around!

      gr.

      Robert Koolstr.

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        #4
        Hi Robert,

        Yeh I also use Aviaworx for a touch screen overhead and the FMC on an ipad. I have been working on converting the Zibo MCP on Air manager to work in P3D on a touch screen with a Knobster. I just about have it all working for the NGX but when I tried it with the new NGXu, no luck due to the PMDG plugin! Have you tried looking at the Lua Script for the EICAS, maybe you just need to change a few things? From what I´ve learnt, the Air manager panels with the NGXU are able to read from the sim with some slight changes to the "Variable _subscribe" but cannot send events due to plugin compatibility.

        Best regards,

        Henry F

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          #5
          image1.jpegimage0.jpeg Hello Henry,

          Thank you for your reply,

          I asked again but they said again they won't make a Ngxu at Sim Innovations.
          However as a experiment, I hooked on monitor to my onboard Video Card and put the PFD an ND on that one, and now my fps is much better!
          So now I have PFD and ND and EICAS.

          Having over 40 fps now and tomorrow I will get a DVI to HDMI cable to put the other monitor with the EICAS also on the onboard card, so my main GTX 1070 card doesn't have to be bothered by the undocked windows and be busy just with the main sim.

          So I am quit happy now!

          gr.

          Robert Koolstr.
          Last edited by Roberto0203; 27Mar2020, 22:25.

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