This is a Loupedeck Live profile full of mappings for the Fenix A320 for MSFS. It uses Loupedeck hardware as MIDI inputs passed to Spad.next. Hopefully, Spad team will support Loupedeck Live so we can have a visual feedback about what are we changing on the cockpit
- Loupedeck Live
You have to import both profiles (Loupedeck and Spad) to work as expected. The lp5 file should be imported into the Loupedeck Live software through the 'Import profile' option.
To import the Spad profile, just paste the .xml file into Spad profiles path (usually C:\Users\(your name)\Documents\SPAD.neXt\profiles) and activate it in the Spad.next software (second tab)
The mappings are divided into different pages regarding different systems.
NOTE: To change the page, press the numbers of the Loupedeck Live. If you do a double press, it will load the page and load the camera assigned to that page.
PAGE 1 (Views):
Views are using custom camera numbers (Alt + 0, Alt + 1, Alt + 2...), you may want to change the order of your cameras to match this profile, or change the displayed name in the buttons through the Loupedeck software.
(Optional) You can import my camera settings to have them working properly (to do this, just paste camera.cfg file into C:\Users\(your name)\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.FlightSimulator_XXXXXX\LocalCache\SimObjects\Airplanes\fnx320
Page 2 (Autopilot):
Dials will change the FCU settings, the button next to the dial will change the modes to SELECTED and Pushing the Loupedeck knobs will return them to MANAGED.
Page 3 (Lights)
Page 4 (Overhead):
Pushing the OVHD LT dial will change your dome light setting
Page 5 (Pedestal and Radio + GSX):
COM dials will change your standby frequencies for COM1 and COM2. Push dial to change standby to active
SPOILER dial will change your ground spoiler setting. Pushing dial will arm/disarm spoilers
GSX page is using default shortcut (Ctrl + Shift + F12)
PAGE 6 (TRANSPONDER)
PAGE 7 (MAIN PANEL):
Up and down arrows are referring to the MCDU. They are intended to be used while using PLAN mode on the ND to iterate through the flightplan to check if everything is fine. Pushing the ET knob will reset your chrono
ECAM: This button will guide you to a new screen with all ECAM buttons