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which could control color of the MFD. See Example 2-3-4 on how to set different colors of the Blackfoot MFD
 
which could control color of the MFD. See Example 2-3-4 on how to set different colors of the Blackfoot MFD
  
|s1= vehicle '''setUserMFDValue''' [index, value]
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|p1= vehicle: [[Object]] - an vehicle with MFD
 
|p1= vehicle: [[Object]] - an vehicle with MFD

Revision as of 18:10, 20 June 2021

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Description

Description:
When MFD is using user controllers, this command can set values on them. For example, MFD config for Blackfoot has an entry
...
class Draw
{
	alpha = "user3";
	color[] = {"user0","user1","user2"};
...
which could control color of the MFD. See Example 2-3-4 on how to set different colors of the Blackfoot MFD
Groups:
Interaction

Syntax

Syntax:
vehicle setUserMFDValue [index, value]
Parameters:
vehicle: Object - an vehicle with MFD
index: Number - index of custom MFD user actions
value: Number - value which should custom source return in MFD
Return Value:
Nothing

Examples

Example 1:
BIS_Plane setUserMFDValue [0,1]; // user0 in MFD will return 1
Example 2:
Set MFD Red:Blackfoot setUserMFDValue [0, 1]; // "user0" - 1 Blackfoot setUserMFDValue [1, 0]; // "user1" - 0 Blackfoot setUserMFDValue [2, 0]; // "user2" - 0 Blackfoot setUserMFDValue [3, 1]; // "user3" - 1
Example 3:
Set MFD pale Blue:Blackfoot setUserMFDValue [0, 0]; // "user0" - 0 Blackfoot setUserMFDValue [1, 0]; // "user1" - 0 Blackfoot setUserMFDValue [2, 1]; // "user2" - 1 Blackfoot setUserMFDValue [3, 0.1]; // "user3" - 0.1
Example 4:
Hide MFD:Blackfoot setUserMFDValue [3, 0]; // "user3" - 0

Additional Information

See also:
getUserMFDValuesetUserMFDTextgetUserMFDText

Notes

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