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is there a way, apart from always going back into settings every time i fly a night mission to switch the unit off completely?

when its in the Gazelle at night with NVG the glare is too much, but a pain to do every time i get a night mish back n forth into settings?

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Long time ago I asked question to find the texture of screen when it is off, just wanted to make a mod with a simple black screen, no reply and never fond this texture 🤔


 

 

 

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You would think that power knob would do that.... Power the thing off.

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11 hours ago, Fri13 said:

You would think that power knob would do that.... Power the thing off.

Power Off doesn't make screen completly off, you always have message to power on. What we want is not having this message as real GPS 


 

 

 

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40 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

Power Off doesn't make screen co

mpletly off, you always have message to power on. What we want is not having this message as real GPS 

That is what I meant. Power switch that doesn't turn device off is odd thing if it would be in real thing.

 

Checking from couple videos:

 

 

 

 

 

It can be seen that it is possible install it so that it will not automatically turn power On but you need to do so yourself, then it will run self-tests and be ready to be used.

 

So it does make sense in civilian aircraft to have it connected to main bus for automatic standby mode as you don't have NVG to worry. 

 

But in military it would make sense to not, so you can keep it off at night missions.

 

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