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By Stick and Rudder Studios

Get the registered version of X-KeyPad from the POSCON Store.

X-KeyPad is an advanced driver for the P.I. Engineering X-Key devices. Using X-KeyPad in conjunction with X-Key input hardware makes an X-Plane 10 or 11 home cockpit more immersive. You will spend less time clicking with a mouse or searching for keys on a keyboard. Clearly labeled, responsive, and prototypical buttons let you focus on the flight instead of the computer.

Features

  • Eliminate the need for rotary encoders by entering simulator numeric data on your X-Key device
    • Any writable dataref
    • COM radio frequencies
    • Nav radio frequencies
    • Altimeter setting
    • Transponder code
    • Autopilot parameters
      • Altitude
      • Vertical Speed
      • Air Speed
      • Heading
      • Course
  • Control the X-Key back-lighting for each individual key using data from X-Plane
  • Optionally enable Text to Speech confirmation for key press and data entry
  • Support a wide variety of 3rd party planes through advanced configuration capabilities and FlyWithLua scripts
  • XK-80 sample configurations available
    • Default Cessna 172
    • Default Baron 58
    • Default 737
    • Default C90
    • Aerobask DA62
    • Dden Challenger 300

Unregistered vs. Registered ($10 on the POSCON Store)

X-KeyPad has two versions, unregistered and registered:

  • The unregistered version will limit you to defining keys 0 – 31 on an X-Key device.
  • The registered version allows you to define all keys from 0 – 127.

Click here to get the registered version of X-KeyPad from the POSCON Store.

Requirements

Installation

X-KeyPad is packaged as a fat plugin in a zip file. Use your favorite zip utility to extract the contents of the archive into your X-Plane plugin directory. Example:

C:\X-Plane 11\Resources\plugins

Useful Links

Videos

Watch the demo video below of X-KeyPad being utilized with an XK-60 and XK-80.

 


What's New in Version 1.2

Released

  • Fixed problem with seeing two instances of an XKE-40 with certain PID’s
  • Fixed FlyWithLua compatibility issue on Linux
  • Added support for OSX and Linux for X-Plane 11. Note you may need to install ControllerMate software from P.I. Engineering
  • Added support for the XKE-40
  • Added Support for an XK-12 Joystick device
  • Fixed a problem where the internal Led state was not being reset after a shift function
  • Added a command to reload the configuration
  • Removed default numeric speech when the numeric speech string column is empty
  • Added an option to set and use hardware IDs for the unit numbers when you have more than one X-Key device
  • Changed the way a continuous command is processed. It will now process the begin and end command in two separate flight loops even if you press and release the key very fast
  • Added and UP and Down increment mode
  • Added the ability to define the same key configuration for both shift states without having to duplicate the definition on two lines
  • Added support for KVM versions of XK-60 and XK-80

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