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#1 cbd80

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Posted 04 January 2012 - 06:44 PM

Hi,Firstly I'd like to say LINDA is a great tool and very user friendly! Although I'm aware that the M-Panel isn't supported I'd like to report that I have had some success using the M-Panel with LINDA and classing it as the MCP Combo I.Particularly the PMDG 737NGX and J41. The MD-11 behaves mad, but I managed to re-work it.I'm an LUA novice, and perhaps haven't used best practice, but the LUA's included for the aircraft gave me a good basis to adapt them by removing the functions and using ipcPARAMs, after which the sections of code executed fine utilising FSUIPC.Without the LINDA components it would have been very difficult to get to grips with LUA, so thank you!I hope to see the M-Panel supported in the future.Chris

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