Page 2 of 2

Re: PMDG 737

PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 11:53 pm
by neilnm
Actually, I have re-installed EVERYTHING, P3D, Active Sky, Scenery and FI and now it works for some reason.

Re: PMDG 737

PostPosted: Sat Jul 27, 2019 2:01 am
by brendanhallett
Hi All

Please find a annotation file for the PMDG 737-800 WL that fixes a lot of the click spots on the PMDG 737-800 WL

It makes all FMC buttons single click, and also the MCP and some of the overhead panel.

I'm going to continue to update and upload as I fix things.

to use copy into the P3D folder /DCOC/Annotations

Note this may only work with the PMDG737-800WL, please dont rename and overwrite file for other planes


Re: PMDG 737

PostPosted: Fri Sep 20, 2019 10:24 am
by sledge1stgw
Omaniac wrote:I have done a complete flight with PMDG 737 in P3Dv4.1 using my artifical hand to control nearly everything except the flight controls.
I works with some struggle. What I really would like to get rid of is the scale that is used for nearly all actions. It kills the reality for me. I saw a Youtube video where you guys showed how to PUSH different buttons in order to switch something on or off. That function is not in the PMDG aircraft. There is a scale for nearly every action, and the result is you struggle to do a simple action. You end up toggeling the switch onoffonoffonoffonoff.
The panel light switches are impossible to adjust, they go from on to off. As in max on or max off.
For some reason I can’t move the ignition switches at all.
Where the switches go onoffonoff really fast, the values in the MCP window takes forever to change. Altitude, heading and courses. Yawn!

I have tried to change the settings, but nothing I do seems to change anything. Is there a way I can use push only and not drag along the scale? You use push for the autopilot buttons, so why not everything else. Scales are OK for frequencies and such, not landing lights, FMC and the rest.


Are there any news for this onoff issue? Or do I have to edit files to make it work properly in the 747/737?
That is not what I expected as I bought FI.

Best regards

Re: PMDG 737

PostPosted: Wed Sep 25, 2019 11:14 pm
by brendanhallett
See my previous post. Attached was a file that corrects most of the click spots for the pmdg 737