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Multiple monitor-settings in one monitor-file?


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I'm playing DCS on screens: #1 main #2 Helios

 

Currently every module needs his own monitor-file to bring up the instruments on the correct position on monitor #2.

 

Now, it would be very convinient, to have the different settings all together in one monitor-file and so, the distinct positions will be selected automatically by identifiying the currently active sim.

 

So to speak, something like this pseudo-code:

case
Ka-50)
    Viewports = {
       Center = {... }
    }
    {   LEFT_MFCD = { ... }
  RIGHT_MFCD = {... }
  MFCD_03 = {... }
  [...]
  ;;
A-10C)
    Viewports = {
       Center = {... }
    }
  LEFT_MFCD = { ... }
  RIGHT_MFCD = {... }
  MFCD_03 = {... }
  [...]
  ;;
Su-27T)
    Viewports = {
       Center = {... }
    }
  LEFT_MFCD = { ... }
  RIGHT_MFCD = {... }
  MFCD_03 = {... }
  [...]
  ;;
esac

 

Would this be possible?


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Hello RightStuff,

 

yes, this is possible.

 

See my config annexed.

 

Please copie the file to "C:\Users\<USER>\Saved Games\DCS\Config\MonitorSetup\".

 

CU Micha

AllModules.lua

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long, long time ago on russia forum. :book:

http://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=1966328&postcount=24

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Another source with respect to anything to do with monitor setups is do a search for threads by PeterP he is the Guru of monitor setup.

 

I haven't seen him on recently so some of his stuff maybe dated but will definitely give you a good base to start with.

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