I have created a simvim_737IXEG.dat file to the community.

Many datarefs are default in 737 by IXEG but not the taxi light. So I made one for that. Since I am new at this, I haven't gone through the whole cockpit yet of IXEG. However I'd like to share the first item.
Jul 23 in Custom Aircraft by

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I see all mappings that people are making in the individual converter, and see that ixeg has appeared (two conversions - one with taxi light only, another file with 6 Tank Pumps parameters - is it also yours?)

But I will add it to the community:
1. when more  users will be willing to use it
2. or when I will see more people used individual converter for it
3. or  when the number of parameters will be enough (even if a few people used it)
4. all parameter names are fully relevant to the assigned functions.

Then I'll move the conversion (or combine it from several conversions) to the community converter.
Jul 23 by


Ah I see, and understand. Sounds logical.

Yes both are mine, the pumps were unnecessarily as they work by default.

This is IXEG 737

Hello guys, this is Sebastian from Buenos Aires. I will follow this thread because I already did the electronic and the plastic model for the IXEG 733 FMC. It seems like the custom FMC buttons don`t work and need custom parameters. I´d like to learn how to fill the correct structure for the custom dataref and trying to help to make it bigger. Regards.


I already found the way to change the parameters using the converter for custom aircraft but it is not working yet. I moved the simvim_B733_IXEG.dat file into the plugin SIMVIM folder. Is that ok?

Hi Sebastian,

conversion (*.dat) file must be placed in the folder of the aircraft it is used for - the same folder where the aircraft's "*.acf" file is located.

See also: https://www.simvim.com/simcom/index.php/2532/custom-aircraft-data-conversion

greets Bernie