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  1. Hi Pete, Thank you for the reply. I was reading the posts above and simply posted the Install_Dir registry value, which is found in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\AddonOrganizer_P3D_V4 I would not be surprised if this value remained from the previous versions or most probably from Addon Organizer, which I was using for my scenery. This is the most important from the entire conversation. Thank you once again!
  2. Hi, Here is what my Install_Dir value showing: C:\Users\Georgi\Documents\Prepar3D v4 Add-ons\Lorby-SI AddonOrganizer_P3D_V4 My concern is that the folder Prepar3D v4 Add-ons is empty after running MakeRwys. Both files MakeRwys.exe and LorbySceneryExport.exe are in the main P3D V4 folder. Am I doing something wrong? MakeRwys_Scenery.cfg
  3. Hi, I am using A320 pro from Aerosoft. My joystick is Thrustmaster T flight Hotas X and am assigning all buttons and axes with FSUIPC 5.14. Everything else works properly except Autopilot On and Off assignment. Whatever buttons I assign they doesn't work. Can you comment please? Thank you!
  4. Hi Pete, Thank you for the explanation. I had checked the USB hubs as recommended above and the only notification available under the power setting is that the hub is self powered. There is no any check box in the power tab. However and in order to avoid eventual mistakes, let me describe how I am assigning the axes of the joystick. My joystick is having 5 axes, but I am using 4 of them - Ailerons, Elevator, Throttle and Rudder. Type of joystick and SIM type were mentioned in my previous post. I am doing the assignment as follows after entering into Axes assignment tab: - move corresponding control lever of the joystick observing the indication in the area; - click on button Send direct to FSUIPC Calibration; - check one of the check boxes on Type of action required; - chose corresponding action from the drop down menu right on corresponding checkbox; - press Reset button top left and do the same thing with the other control lever; I am assigning a separate check box for each axes, which suits to my needs. No idea actually, if this is correct or not, but at least suits. I proceed with axes calibration after completing the above process for all available axes on my joystick. I prefer to press OK and go back to FSUIPC app before proceeding to a different tab of the menu. Would appreciate your comments.
  5. Hi, I would like to start a new topic concerning a bit "strange" behavior of FSUIPC, but let me start with configuration first: - FSX:SE flight simulator; - Windows 10, 64bit; - Aerosoft Airbus A320/321; - Thrustmaster T. Flight HOTAS X joystick; - FSUIPC 4; Everything was working perfectly OK for months after installation of the SFUIPC and making all necessary settings for the joystick assignments. Unfortunately during the last few weeks the plane started losing controls, which were previously set and adjusted. I had noticed that mainly the axes assignments are lost due to unknown reasons. Setting them again and calibrating the values is working properly for some time and lost again. It applies to slider axes mainly. I have no idea if it matters at all, but these strange actions started to happen after I installed FlyTampa scenery and AI traffic on my system. There is no change now, even if I remove both of them. Please advice.
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