Version 1.4 (October 2nd 2020)
Added support for Virtual Devices.
Virtual Devices are OS level windows that can be created and dragged to other monitors on the computer running X-Plane. Each window can emulate a programmable keyboard with up to 256 keys per device. Although Virtual Device windows work fine with any monitor and mouse they are typically used with a touch enabled monitor.
Converted to new UI tool kit.
Added an option on the settings page to not show the numeric buffer window when you might be displaying the numeric entries on a Virtual Device key.
Added a new numeric dataref increment mode that allows you to set an integer dataref to a specific value when the key is pressed
Version 1.2 (June 28th 2019)
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