The KingAir is suffering from an identity crisis when it comes to avionics. It actually has a Collins Pro Line Fusion system, and not Garmin. Oddly enough, they left the Garmin “splash” screen when powering up the avionics. But the menus and touch displays are attempting to simulate the Collins system.
It would be a very sympathetic solution for me if the range of the map could be adjusted on the display, because it is difficult to reach the control button so that I can see the map in the meantime. (Like in the G5000. + -) I think this could be a problem for others right now.
It does not, unfortunately. It looks like the one you linked is focused on UI only, so theoretically the two could be made to be compatible. The issue is that I would need the author’s help creating art and layouts for the new menus/functionality.
No. It won’t break it either, though. The King Air uses the G3X, which has its own codebase. What’s funny is the real-life King Air doesn’t have a Garmin system at all.
If the G1000 mod is breaking something with the G3000 it’s likely because the G1000 mod is modifying base files that the G1000 and 3000 share. There’s nothing I can do about that. Technically a G1000-focused mod should not have to modify those base files at all; I would contact the authors of the other mod and see if they can refactor their code to improve compatibility.
I don’t think you can do this on the real G3000. As far as I’m aware the MFD does not have functioning softkeys.
It looks like that mod is focused on aircraft performance and not avionics. I had a quick look at the files and it should be fully compatible with the -std version of my mod out of the box. If you want to use the -tbm version of my mod, just install both mods, then go into the tbm930-project mod folder and delete TBM930_interior.xml.