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This is a special situation.
Here PMDG do a "bad" work.
Mobiflight simply show on a Display the Information of a Offset. In your case it not show the "1" Value of that Offset cause we would say in compare "if value of Underspeed Offset =1 then show a B (8)" ..... But basicly Mobiflight just do what the Offset tell it to do.
And HERE PMDG make a little misstake. Cause this Offset is simply "1" aslong Under/Overspeed is happen..... it NOT change between 1 and 0 in the same sequence like the display blinks.
Mobiflight ( at the moment) not support something like a "blink system" .... So we can NOT say a LED ( or a Diggit in a 7 Seg) shold blink in a selected speed. MF only know ON or OFF.
To solve this....
1. Wait until Sebastian implement a Blinking System for MF. ( Whatever i think this will only come for LED and not for 7Seg)
2. Write own Code. If you can programm in LUA you can build a custom Offset maybe.
As i said.... Mobiflight just show the data from the Offset. So if you build a LUA script that write a custom Offset then you can say..... If no Underspeed/Overspeed is active set this offset to SPACE..... If underspeed set it to "8" and "Space" in a e.g. 0,5 second intervall..... if Overspeed set it to "A" in the same intervall.
Then Mobiflight just read THIS Offset and show the "blinking" simply in case it show the current data you create by the script.
3. Improvisional Blink with formula and precondition.
FSUIPC support a "second time" offset. This can be used to create a blinking with a 1 second interval. So 1sec ON 1sec OFF.
Here we use a formula and use the "Seconds Offset" as varibale. ( e.g. symbol a) .
For example we say Seconds Offset MODULO 2 ..... So If Seconds is 0,2,4,6,8,10,12 and so on the result is "0" . If seconds are 1,3,5,7,9 and so on result is 1
With this value we can create a simple blinking. But as i said.... only in a 1sec interval.