335th_GRSwaty: Speaking of IL2, Forgotten Battles implemented the MFDs in what I would consider a superior way. Not only is the specific button identified, e.g. "OSB06" but so is the specific MFD unit where, say "1" is the joystick, "2" is left MFD, and "3" is the right mfd. For example, you get a button id as "OSB06ID2" the ID 2 saying that it is the left MFD, in this case. So far, I cant tell which MFD was used when I look at FSX assignments. Labeling the MFD paper templates is fine, but looking at the FSX "controls" screens I can't tell if e.g. button "06" was the MFD1, MFD2, Or Thrustmaster joystick button. I know of at least one other sim that implemented the MFDs like in IL2 Forgotten Battles..but forgot which one it was that I saw.
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