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  1. The support for arrays is still on my todo list. I plan to implemented it this weekend :-)
  2. Hi @voxan, There are two possibilities: 1. Your MIDI controller doesn't use port 0. Can be easily checked by going to Plugins -> XMidiCtrl -> Show MIDI Devices 2. Your MIDI controller is already used by some other software. Unfortunately, it's a limitation of Windows. Make sure X-Touch Editor etc. are all closed. PS: Would be great to create separate topics for support requests, otherwise it gets rather messy :-)
  3. Hello, Welcome to the official support forum for XMidiCtrl and many thanks for using my plugin! If you have a problem or question, I'm more than happy to help you. In case of errors, I would appreciate if you could attach the X-Plane log (Log.txt) and the XMidiCtrl_Log.txt file to your question. Both files can be found in the X-Plane root directory. If you are having problems with your MIDI controller, please ensure that it is setup correctly to send MIDI Control Change (CC) messages. Other message types are currently not supported. I created a step by step manual how to
  4. Dear all, Please use this topic to share your aircraft profiles with other users. Thanks, Marco
  5. Hi, Many thanks for using XMidiCtrl! I have written some documentation for the different mapping types and included examples for all mapping options. Please have a look at the following link: https://mauer.github.io/xmidictrl/#/ If you find any mistakes or spelling errors, please don't hesitate to contact me. Thanks, Marco
  6. These days MHz isn't the big thing anymore, like it used to be. It's more interesting how many cores your CPU has. Do you mind, telling us what kind of specs your PC has and exactly which CPU you are using?
  7. To be honest, with this kind of aircraft you should fly the hold manually. Makes more fun anyway - AP is for beginners, real pilots fly manually
  8. Version 0.61

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    About this plugin You have a MIDI Controller at home with lots of buttons and knobs? Why not use it with your favourite aircraft to control the autopilot and many other functions! XMidiCtrl is a plugin for X-Plane 11, which allows you to connect MIDI controllers to X-Plane commands and datarefs without the need of additional software. The plugin was developed for X-Plane 11.50+ and supports Microsoft Windows and Linux. macOS support will be added with the next version - looking for some testers since I don't own a Mac. The following devices are officially supported: Behringer
  9. XMidiCtrl - A MIDI Controller Plugin for X-Plane View File About this plugin You have a MIDI Controller at home with lots of buttons and knobs? Why not use it with your favourite aircraft to control the autopilot and many other functions! XMidiCtrl is a plugin for X-Plane 11, which allows you to connect MIDI controllers to X-Plane commands and datarefs without the need of additional software. The plugin was developed for X-Plane 11.50+ and supports Microsoft Windows and Linux. macOS support will be added with the next version - looking for some test
  10. Hi Cameron, Those Screenshots look amazing and I was also very happy to read, that it works well with a GTX 1070. I'm a user of ActiveSky XP and haven't really looked at SkyMaxx Pro before, to be honest. Do I need any of those add-ons like the real weather connector to get ASXP working with SkyMaxx? Thanks, Marco
  11. I'm so happy to hear that! The whole community is talking about the death of X-Plane and some designers already stated that their focus will be on MSFS2020 in the future. Looking forward many more high quality aircrafts from X-Aviation :-)
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