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Chacal_IX

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  1. Hello, this happens when there are duplicates in the script that do not have the same decimal value or decimal point. In your case, for the master arm cover and master arm switch, delete lines 635 and 636 or modify them as below. [1046] = "%1d", -- WEAP_Master_Arm_Cover [1047] = "%1d", -- WEAP_Master_Arm Sorry, my script is far to be perfect but I didn't have the time or the desire to correct all the defects.
  2. I don't have a solution for that. Unfortunately I don't have the skills to create this because I don't know anything about the scripting language.
  3. Sorry to deceive but nosaMtrevoC hasn't posted for 7 months. Unfortunately, I'm afraid the project has been abandoned.
  4. I can't be sure that nothing is missing but these scripts should be very complete. The F-14 script is a bit special as I have added some lines that nosaMtrevoC created.
  5. I used the tools provided by ctytler and created the script for the missing aircraft (F-14, F-16 and JF-17). But it was a big job.
  6. To start, try with my F-14 script and tell me if it works better. F-14B.rar
  7. Oh, right. Sorry, I only have the 32 button version of the Streamdeck
  8. Yes, and this is how I set it up on my profile. I only quickly tested the 59 output, but the configuration is similar with the difference that you have to put at least 4 digits after the decimal point.
  9. The 6102 output works well on my side for what you want to do. On the other hand, it is possible that output 59 will be more complicated to program because there are more than 4 digits after the decimal point.
  10. with this perhaps [6102] = "% .1f", - DDD_radar_mode [59] = "% .4f", - WEAP_Type_Wheel
  11. What do you call 15 button unit ?
  12. @bones1014 For the current position, try with the line modified like this. [200] = "%.1f", -- Datapanel Selector
  13. You can download the F-16 script here
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