Development progresses with AxisAndOhs.
The next version 1.73 will have more features for the Desktop/Web FIP gauges that make it possible to have a simple PFD and NAV display on your phone/tablet or on a separate monitor. Those instruments are intended to be used with MSFS, they may not work 100% in the other sims. The gauges will be available as free downloads on the axisandohs.weebly.com site.
In my case, I bought a 13" TFT screen that is connected to the internal Intel GPU, which frees up my 2080ti to only power the sim. Likewise, since the instruments are a feature of AAO, I can set my cockpit view to show only the windows (and reduce the in-sim refresh rate). Undocking sim-internal windows usually has a large impact on FPS, and by avoiding this I find performance to be very good. YMMV.
The version is feature complete and is undergoing testing currently. The release should happen next week.
AxisAndOhs has been updated to version 1.72:
It should be available in your accout on SimMarket or JustFlight in the next few hours.
Don't forget to visit the AxisAndOhs site from time to time to check for new desktop/web flight instruments in the DOWNLOADS section.
AxisAndOhs has been updated to version 1.71
This version now has RPN scripting. You can create your own scripts to trigger more complex functionality with a single button press. These scripts are using a simplified version of the legacy RPN syntax from FSX, which is well documented online. You shouldn't have any trouble finding examples and guidance.
Example: pressing the HDG button in the cockpit of the MSFS TBM would normally set your current heading as the selected heading of the autopilot. But there is no simulator event for this in the SimConnect API, so it is not accessible from outside of the sim.
This script, that you can assign to a joystick, MIDI or keyboard key in AAO, does the trick:
(A:PLANE HEADING DEGREES GYRO, Degrees) (>K:HEADING_BUG_SET)
This script and two others (for CRS1 and CRS2) are already included in AxisAndOhs to get you started.
Also, please make sure to visit the DOWNLOADS section of axisandohs.weebly.com - additional gauges for the Desktop and Web Instruments have been posted there as free downloads (Autopilot gauge, Switch panel and a trim/flaps/gear status gauge)
AAO has been updated to version 1.70 today.
The update should show up in your SimMarket account shortly
Edit: the new version 1.7.14 of MSFS has resolved the SimConnect issue. The DEMO version for MSFS is now time limited again. The shop version will be released shortly too.
The following has changed in version 1.60
The release version of MSFS introduced problems with the SimConnect API that weren't there in the Alpha/Beta phase. This causes massive stutters and performance degradation with all addon apps that use the SimConnect API.
Therefore the DEMO of the MSFS version of AxisAndOhs has no more 20 minute restriction. For the time being it will continue to run. The DEMO for the other sims is still limited.
Please make sure to try out the DEMO version of AxisAndOhs if you consider using the app. There will be no refunds and there won't be any support for non-functional controllers.
The new version of AxisAndOhs has an option to use your mouse as a flight control device (also in simulators that don't have that feature by default). The mouse can be used as yoke, rudder, throttle or spoiler handle.
Lorby AxisAndOhs has been updated to version 1.54
the new version of AxisAndOhs uses a more performance friendly internal logic for axis controls. Steering should be even smoother now.
In the MSFS version the the VS - button on the Saitek MultiPanel has been fixed.
Lorby AxisAndOhs has received several updates these last few days, improving Saitek Panels operations overall and MSFS compatibilty in particular. Please note that AxisAndOhs for MSFS is a separate version and download.