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  1. A couple of things pop out of the install log: Installer for FSUIPC5.DLL version 5.122 ... Checking version of the Prepar3D v4 EXE: ... Version (Need at least FSUIPC v5.122 needs P3D v4.1 (though the message above is misleading!) and Registration for FSUIPC5 was cancelled or failed! (result code 40) Not sure if this is relevant though...
  2. Hi Tony FSUIPC 5.122 only works with P3D 4.1. It looks like you are running P3D 4.0, which isn't supported, so you should upgrade.
  3. The Leo Bodnar page for the BBI-64 board shows links for recommended 3rd party software and FSUIPC is in the list. Pete, can I get it clear in my mind what the limitation is (because I've got a BBI-64 to play with as well)? Apologies if they are dumb questions, but I'm not at my home PC at the moment so I can't test anything and don't have access to the FSUIPC documents. If, for instance, I connected 64 on/off buttons to the board, would FSUIPC5 recognise all of the buttons when pressed, or only 32 of them? So far, I'm only running LUA programs from all of the buttons and sw
  4. Thanks again Henrik ;-) Do you use any other scripts for the Q400? I'm going to try to learn how to make my own and seeing examples is a big help. I'm thinking about building a button/switch box that will act as the Q400 autopilot panel and hope to be able to write the scripts for this.
  5. Hi Henrik I saw your Lua script to move the condition levers and have set it up for my Q400! Thank you! I've also linked this page in a related topic on this forum - http://majesticsoftware.com/forums/discussion/2625/using-fsuipc4-offsets-to-move-condition-levers#Item_12 I hope you don't mind! Peter
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