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MSFS MSFS2020 Event ADF1_PRIMARY_SET

Has anybody managed to get this event working with SimConnect 0.5.1 (FS2020)?

With the 747 which has both a primary and standby ADF I've found that ADF_COMPLETE_SET works fine to set the Standby ADF frequency but I can't get ADF1_PRIMARY_SET to set the primary frequency. I'm passing the same BCD values to both so not sure why one works and one doesn't.

There doesn't seem to be any way to set the primary as there is no SWAP event for ADF.

Any help would be appreciated
 
I can't get ADF1_PRIMARY_SET to set the primary frequenc
There is ADF_COMPLETE_SET and ADF2_COMPLETE_SET. I have never seen ADF1_PRIMARY_SET as a defined event. I know that it is possible to have two ADF receivers, but I don't recall there being active/standby frequencies for them, only active.
 
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