I bought AeroflyFS2 on day 1. I am not using any VR device but a hardware panel
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From this day on, I have been in hope to get SPAD.neXt
to run on the networked laptop. The first one for driving controls and panels including the Saitek FIPs, the latter for getting a decent moving map (and numerous more functions) on display on the laptop. This works in all simulators I am using right now: Prepar3d4, Flight Sim World, and X-Plane 11. It doesn't in AeroflyFS2.
Having to replug the 2 hubs collecting the Controls/Panels to the main machine, maybe recalibrating stuff, and missing the networked moving map on the laptop makes me think twice, no trice, if I should start AeroflyFS2. And, yes, of course I supported AeroflyFS2 by buying all addons available so far. Given, ORBX will release two stunning titles soon I really would like to enjoy them, too.
I am not a specialist in this field, but as far as I understand there is still no Simconnect-style interface to hook in for developers in AeroflyFS2. May I kindly ask what is the state of affairs with this?
And, btw., I am convinced more developers would take advantage of such an interface, if present.
Thanks and kind regards, Michael