wim1976

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About wim1976

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  • Birthday 06/14/1976

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  1. Announcing The Gate to the Great Lakes

    Impressive and I am willing to buy, but to be honest if the prices are above ORBx (and they are way too expensive with +$30 for airports and +$50 for regions) then it will be too expensive too me to support this project.
  2. Xplane 11?

    I hope you will recover quickly. These issues are more important than our hobbies. Get well soon. Verstuurd vanaf mijn HTC 10 met Tapatalk
  3. fps increase after using X-Plane menu

    How long long was X-plane running before you opened a window? What is your traffic density? X-plane builds up the traffic again after closing a window, so the first moments you have less traffic than before, resulting in more fps for some time. How do the fps stabilize after some minutes? Didn't you change a view angle? Because this can cause a huge fps increase or decrease.
  4. What did you fly today?

    EHAM - IXEG Boeing 737-300 flying tutorial 1. Need still some more circuits to fly this great plane. Thanks IXEG!
  5. After update strange instruments dispaly

    I think it is helpful when you post also the x-plane en gizmo log files. The developers then can check if Gizmo is running well.
  6. Skymaxx Pro v3.1 & Real Weather Connector Error

    Try re-installing after you turned off the anti-virus software temporarily. In my case this was a problem installing the software. Not relevant in this case.
  7. GPS Xplane 530 not working in Saab 340

    http://forums.x-pilot.com/index.php?/topic/8068-Saab-340A-1.2---How-to-turn-on-GPS?
  8. Xlife ready!

    What is the difference with World Traffic? It looks like similar products.
  9. Custom widget using XP userinterface

    Thanks for your answer. Then I have to learn some OpenGL... Is it binding a texture coordinate to a vertices or something?? Do you have a tip to get a good startingpoint learning opengl?
  10. I want to use some buttons from the default X-Plane userinterface png file via texUI = gfx.getTexture_UI() But how can I use a single button instead of the whole file?
  11. Saitek yoke and X-Plane 10.xx

    Pull out the USB-cable and replug it again. It will reset the jittery effects of the Saitek sensors.
  12. Testing for keypress

    Thanks for your answer. I have found a solution. With textboxes I can use a the function EventHandler_OnKeyDown(char, keyCode, shift, alt, control), whereby "EventHandler" is replaced by the name which was defined at creating the widget (in my case the textbox). It costed me some time to find this Gizmo function (your answers made me think there must a sort of keysniffer in Gizmo). After searching in my collection of Gizmo scripts (My way of learning programming is always reading code of other who are more clever than I (You understand, I can use everything ) After all I found one script (Filebrowser.lua) of yours which I downloaded some time ago from Github (I was glad I did, because at the moment it seems you have deleted many gizmo scripts there) where this function was used. After that it was very easy to implement it for my new script. So I think it could be helpful to add this event to the Gizmo64 documentation. Another thing is that I now need a xxx_OnKeyDown() function for every textfield. So defining a taborder at creating the userinterface is a good idea. Another way to have less messy code is to create a function GetFocus() to find the widgetID of the 'active' widget in combination with one xxx_OnKeyDown() function which is used for all widgets of Gizmo. It is an easy way to put all my widgets in a table. I can use the index of the table as the taborder and voila I can tab forward and backwards. Finally a short function using _OnKeyDown() which can be used to write the values to the console, so one gets an understanding how this function can be implemented and which values (of course ASCII values) are generated by your keypresses. WidgetID = gui.newTextBox(WindowID,"EventHandler","", 135, 100, 35)function EventHandler_OnKeyDown(char, keyCode, shift, alt, control) console.log ("char: "..char.." keycode: "..keyCode.." shift: "..tostring(shift).." alt: "..tostring(alt).." control: "..tostring(control))end
  13. Testing for keypress

    I am writing a weight and balance calculator. I use textboxes to enter values which are used in the calculation. But is it possible to test for the <SHIFT>,<CTRL>,<TAB> etc. keypresses, so that I can uses this to set the focus to a next or previous textbox or widget. Clicking each field with the mouse is somewhat annoying.
  14. Gizmo 15.09 - Dev Release

    Donation is done, after some PayPal trouble.
  15. Gizmo 15.09 - Dev Release

    I have downloaded the new version, but Gizmo complained that it can't find the init.lua file, while it is in the <scripts> folder. See GizmoLog and screenshot for details. GizmoLog.txt