- May 9th: Uploaded lekseecon version 9.5 to MyCockpit, here are the Release Notes.
This is a major update, I finally managed to get rid of the 'cold and dark electrical bus support' (S1) ...
- April 19th: With the help of Valerio I have added dual lamp support in lekseecon for some important annunciators such as the Gear Lights. In a real 767 these Gear Light Annunciators have two lamps, one powered by the battery bus and one powered by the right bus. The following picture shows a real 767 simulator with just the main battery bus on:
Support for this (and for some critical GPWS annunciators) will be available in lekseecon version 9.5.
- March 30th: sections on Airport Enhancement Services and Voice Activated Commands added to the Flightsim-pc page.
- ... (older news removed)
Boeing 767 home cockpit
This web site details my Homebuild Boeing 767-300ER flight simulator. I fly online in the virtual skies provided by VATSIM, together with many other virtual Pilots and virtual Air Traffic Controllers. My flight simulator is based on Microsoft Flight Simulator X with the Level-D Boeing 767-300ER add-on, Opencockpits IOCards and Opencockpits SIOC software.
My Level-D 767 is interfaced digitally via Level-D's Software Development Kit. I have developed the program lekseecon that connects the Level-D Boeing 767 in Microsoft Flight Simulator with either the SIOC software of Opencockpits or the offsets in the FSUIPC tool of Peter Dowson.
Many examples of programming in SIOC can be found at the 'How to program in SIOC' page.