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FSX FSX Radios

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I have created a simple KY197 radio which works find but I want to limit the frequency below 136 unless as on the basic model.

Is there a simple way?
 

tgibson

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Sure. In the mouse section of the frequency knob: "If frequency is above 136 then decrement the frequency". We'd have to see the code for this section to be more specific.

And this really belongs in the Gauges forum. :)
 

rcbarend

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It would be better to make a small gauge then that limits the Com freq. to below 136.
Because a user can not only change the freq. via clickspots in the panel gauges, but also via keystrokes/buttons that generate Com freq. events.
Rob
 
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unitedkingdom
Sure. In the mouse section of the frequency knob: "If frequency is above 136 then decrement the frequency". We'd have to see the code for this section to be more specific.

And this really belongs in the Gauges forum. :)
Thanks, managed to sort it out
 
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