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Wish: Allow contextual or overlapping bindings for multi-crew


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So if I can make a wish, it would be the abilty to use "overlapping" bindings for different seats in aircraft with more than 1 crew function. It make absolutely no sense ot me, that in the C101 for example I have to use a different pickle button from the back seat than when I am sitting in the front seat. If I try to bind the same button, it deletes the binding on the conflicting function.

 

Same goes for most of the helos and I am afraid it would be the same subpar approach for the Hind, Kiowa and Apache as well? The only airframe - if I remember correctly that is - that doesn't suffer from this was the Tomcat.

 

Will this be resolved by the multicrew API update? 

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So if I can make a wish, it would be the abilty to use "overlapping" bindings for different seats in aircraft with more than 1 crew function. It make absolutely no sense ot me, that in the C101 for example I have to use a different pickle button from the back seat than when I am sitting in the front seat. If I try to bind the same button, it deletes the binding on the conflicting function.
 
Same goes for most of the helos and I am afraid it would be the same subpar approach for the Hind, Kiowa and Apache as well? The only airframe - if I remember correctly that is - that doesn't suffer from this was the Tomcat.
 
Will this be resolved by the multicrew API update? 
I believe the C-101 is the only multicrew module that does it this way actually.
Nor the Gazelle, Huey or even the free MB-339 have this "problem".
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