Support for more than one OLED under AIDA? Why would you want that?
During the construction of my simulator cockpit this idea came to me at first sight a bit unusual.
I'm building the cockpit of a F-16 Viper and it has two displays: The DED (Data Entry Display) and the PFLD (Pilot Fault List Display). Appropriately, you can display them very well with a 256x64 ER-OLEDM032 with the SSD1322 chip. They fit almost perfectly from the size compared to the original in the F-16.
Normally, if you are already building a simulator cockpit, you use classic BMS or DCS. However, I don't use both programs, but I only rebuild the cockpit (some might consider it an outrage that I mainly play Elite Dangerous). Using BMS you can display the correct content on DED and PFLD via the Shared Mem.
As this is not the case with me, I came up with the idea to use AIDA64 for the display on both displays - the main thing is that something is displayed and so I display system information on the screens which I can make look very similar to the original thanks to AIDA.
In a first attempt I took the LCD screens from a Logitech G510 for the DED and a second screen from a Logitech G13 gameboard. I found out that you can use both screens at the same time but the identical content is displayed on both screens.
And now my idea: Why not integrate the support for more than one display in AIDA and the possibility to set the contents separately for each screen? At first glance, the spinning mill of a Simpitbuilder might open up other application possibilities?