Glad the linked post was useful Trevor.
Yes - the question about the lack of the decimal frequency on the KR 87 crops op from time to time, particularly from UK simmers where there are quite a few NDB's which use 0.5 kHz spacing. In reality I understand that the bandwidth of the receiver is wide enough so that it can still tune and ident the NDB when 0.5 kHz off frequency. So for Southend we'd just tune to 362 kHz or maybe 363 kHz.
FSX doesn't work like this unfortunately and we must use the precise frequency. I'm guessing that with your hardware panel this isn't too much of a problem as this decimal will be tuned, just not shown on the virtual cockpit display. However, for those of us without, it's sometimes necessary to use the shift 6 'quick radios' 2-D panel.
FSUIPC has an "easy-tune" feature which addresses this issue, but I think this also causes problems with A2A's custom ADF standby frequency.