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  1. Pete, Thanks for your assistance, indeed my controllers and their associated IDs had changed. Putting these back as they were (taken from a regular backup) fixed all my issues. I will look at changing to Joy Letters! As for your question about 'Mode3' on that particular controller. The Saitek Pro Flight Yoke has a scroll wheel on the back on the yoke, which if you use the default software that comes with the controller effectively allows you to program three sets of key assignments to each button. Moving the mode scroll wheel allows you to switch between the various assignments
  2. So having done a bit more head scratching. I've taken a copy of FSUIPC4.ini and fired up FSX. Opened the FSUIPC GUI and selected the 'Profile Specific' checkbox. Observed that the profile I would expect is displayed in the title bar. Assigned 'Shift+2' to Button 15 in mode3 of my Pro Flight Yoke. Gracefully exited FSX and taken another copy of the FSUIPC.ini file for comparison. The hope was to compare, what I thought I could see assigned in the .ini file and what the GUI was assigning. I have a screenshot of the files in Notepad++ compare but the forum won't allow me to upload any more
  3. Hi Pete, I've paid for and updated to the latest ver of EzDok. I was using the latest ver of FSUIPC but I think the crash must have occurred before the reinstall. I am now using the latest ver (Screenshot attached). You mention a corrupted ini. How could I establish if that's the case and if it were corrupted, what's the best way of repairing/replacing it? To answer your other question, the controls in question didn't stop working mid-flight. Over night with the PC being shut down and started in between. Would the ini file help? Thanks.
  4. Hi Pete, Thank you for your response. I don’t have the useProfile=Files flag set so my profiles are indeed stored in my FSUIPC4.ini file. The term ‘lost’ was a poor choice. I mean that FSUIPC appears to have my desired axis and button assignments for my selected aircraft and profile in the ini file but that isn’t translated to a response from the aircraft in SIM when certain axis’s and buttons are activated. The GUI appears to recognise the button or axis but has no assigned action. I though having used the following download link http://fsuipc.simflight.com/beta/FSUIPC4
  5. Dear Pete, I have a registered copy of FSUIPC which I've been enjoying for some time. Yesterday I flew the A2A Piper Cherokee 180 in the latest ver of FSX SE with no issue. Tonight, some of my control assignments are not working. Let me elaborate. As a matter of course, I disable FSX controllers and use FSUIPC for direct axis assignment, buttons, macros etc. When I say 'some' assignments aren't working, an example would be: Throttle assigned direct axis through FSUIPC - Black Lever of a Saitek Pro Flight Yoke - worked before this problem started happening - worked after th
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