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  1. Thanks for your answer John, I just thought it would be great that FSUIPC also had this option. Patience. I had seen that video and just in the stable version the FBW guys didn't make detents synchronization available.
  2. Hi, today I created a specific profile with FSUIPC7 (registered) to synchronize it with the A320 FBW. Everything works but I would like to know if there is a way to make the detents of the throttle of my hotas coincide with the detents of the plane. Thank you.
  3. Hi @jaxx, I followed your advice and the throttle now works great. Thank you! I ask you (perhaps) the impossible: the throttle of my hotas has two detents (climb and flex), is it possible with FSUIPC to make the two positions coincide with those of the CRJ? Another thing, for the reverse I use a button with these settings: button pressed reverse max (FSUIPC throttle decr) button released the throttle returns to idle position (FSUIPC throttle cut). Do you think these settings are correct?
  4. Ok, I'll do it now. FS2020 immediately recognizes my hotas and assigns it comads (which I don't like). Once I have created two empty profiles (one for the stick and one for the throttle), do I need to assign them to FSUIPC7? I know I sound stupid, but please believe me that after all these years I still don't understand what the command in FSUIPC is to set the null zone. Which is John?
  5. Hi, I decided to install FS2020 and of course my first purchase was FSUIPC7 (I can't do without it now). After calibrating an axis (aileron) direct to FSUIPC calibration, I ran into an old problem found in P3D, namely the command that "shakes". In P3D Pete solved the problem by making me disable the "Enable Controller (s)" option. In FS2020 I believe the problem is the same, but I don't know what I need to enable or disable to solve it. Also the stick of my hotas (X56 Logitech) has the bad habit of having a crappy central position; in practice it is NEVER zero but fluctuates con
  6. Ok boss, thanks for the clarification. In reality it is just a nuisance, for example when you have to create a positioning with GSX, I have to disable both ChasePlane and enable the controllers in P3D otherwise with the numeric keypad moving the airplane switches to view modes or does not move at all. I'm used to it now. In particular ChasePlane sometimes reports me a conflict with P3D assignments which, however, I cannot find, not even listing them all. Who knows where they will be ... but that's not your problem 😄
  7. Hi, I'd like to know why FSUIPC (version 6 registered in my case) assignments conflict with P3D's "Enable Controller (s)" option (in my case P3Dv5.1, but it was the same with P3Dv4. 4HF3). In short, if that option is enabled in P3D, it seems that FSUIPC "goes crazy" and responds inconsistently to commands. Thank you.
  8. Hi Pete, I tried to follow your instructions but something must have gone wrong. I copied to the FSUIPC folder: FSUIPC6.INI all * .Lua files all * .Mcro files (I didn't have any profile folders) Before doing this, as per your instructions, I opened the FSUIPC6.INI file of the old computer (attached), changed the "AutoAssignLetters" value from No to Yes, and started the simulator. As you can see from the file, it worked. I have saved the whole Modules folder. By the way, I never found it on the new computer, always with the same version of P3Dv4.5HF3 (I tried to install
  9. I forgot to write something important. I will switch, in the new computer to P3Dv5.1 (in the old one I had P3Dv4.5HF3). Does anything change compared to what you recommended me?
  10. Ok Pete, my old computer is still operational and fully functional with my hotas still connected (Logitech X56). I don't know what "Joy Letter" is. Is it a function of FSUIPC (which I may not have seen)? I would also like to clarify the phrase "same sockets if possible". Currently the two devices of my hotas are connected to two USB ports, and that is what I intend to do in my new PC (connect the hotas to two USB ports). Of course I will copy the files from the old computer (FSUIPC6.INI, all * .Lua files, all * .Mcro files, your Profiles folder, if one exists) Thank
  11. Hi, I have a new computer where I am installing all my flight simulation software (P3Dv4.5). On my old computer I use FSUIPC 6 and I would like to import all the settings related to the 4 airplanes I owned into the new computer. How can I do it? Thank you.
  12. Hi John, honestly I haven't tried yet (but if you want I'll do some tests tomorrow). I stopped as soon as I found that something was wrong. I will be waiting patiently for your final version. Thanks for your work.
  13. Hi, I followed the installation instructions perfectly. In the FSUIPC7 folder I copied the FSUIPC6.ini file (renamed FSUIPC7.ini) and the SimConnect.dll file found within the MSFS SDK installation. This is the current situation. After starting MSFS2020 I launch (as administrator) the FSUIPC7.exe file and from the screen that is shown it seems that everything is working. Unfortunately when I assign actions to the buttons (like the one in the previous image), it has no effect. Where am I wrong? Attach file FSUIPC7.ini and FSUIPC7.log -FSUIPC7.ini FSUIPC7
  14. Thanks a lot John! I will do as you advised me.
  15. Hi John, so I advice you to make backups of the Modules folder and then delete it from the root of P3Dv4.5? I understand, basically I have to do everything from the beginning 🙂 Apart jokes, the Lua folder and the .lua files can I simply copy and paste them into the new Modules folder? Thanks.
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