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  1. Freccia

    Throttle axis calibration

    The corrections I refer to concern the direction of the aircraft (jet). Even if perfectly aligned, I have to work constantly on the rudder. Attached is the entire thread that talks about calibrating the throttle axis. FSUIPC.pdf
  2. Freccia

    Throttle axis calibration

    No, it is not a propeller aircraft, but a jet (A320, MD 82). I read here: https://www.flythemaddog.com/forum/index.php?/topic/10903-plane-landing-problem-goes-on-one-side/
  3. Hi, I was trying to figure out why the plane has difficulty going straight (not just during take-off but also during the taxi). I have to continually make small corrections, which are minimal during the taxi phase but which are really annoying during take-off. I read in the forums that the problem could be solved with a proper calibration of the throttle axis, but I have no idea how to do it. Can I have your help? Thank you.
  4. Hi, recently I had a problem with ProAtc X and the moderator of their forum, among other things, noticed that in the log file there were thousands of lines (almost 4000) of this type: 2019.03.13-12:00:38 - - ComRadioUpdate: status=0; avmaster=1; activefrq=13220 2019.03.13-12:00:39 - - ComRadioUpdate: status=0; avmaster=1; activefrq=13220 2019.03.13-12:00:40 - - ComRadioUpdate: status=0; avmaster=1; activefrq=13220 2019.03.13-12:00:41 - - ComRadioUpdate: status=0; avmaster=1; activefrq=13220 2019.03.13-12:00:42 - - ComRadioUpdate: status=0; avmaster=1; activefrq=13220 2019.03.13-12:00:43 - - ComRadioUpdate: status=0; avmaster=1; activefrq=13220 2019.03.13-12:00:44 - - ComRadioUpdate: status=0; avmaster=1; activefrq=13220 2019.03.13-12:00:45 - - ComRadioUpdate: status=0; avmaster=1; activefrq=13220 2019.03.13-12:00:46 - - ComRadioUpdate: status=0; avmaster=1; activefrq=13220 2019.03.13-12:00:47 - - ComRadioUpdate: status=0; avmaster=1; activefrq=13220 2019.03.13-12:00:48 - - ComRadioUpdate: status=0; avmaster=1; activefrq=12780 2019.03.13-12:00:49 - - ComRadioUpdate: status=0; avmaster=1; activefrq=12780 2019.03.13-12:00:50 - - ComRadioUpdate: status=0; avmaster=1; activefrq=12780 2019.03.13-12:00:51 - - ComRadioUpdate: status=0; avmaster=1; activefrq=12780 etc... He wrote this to me: "Looks like a switch / Joystick button is signing all the time the active frequency."; advised me to ask for help here on your forum, because I told him that I set all the axes and buttons of my joy with FSUIPC. But I'm sure I've never set any buttons that had anything to do with radios. What could be the problem? Thanks for your help.
  5. Freccia

    Spot view P3D

    Hi everyone, I wrote a question in the Aerosoft forum and they answered me this way: "turn off the internal view system of the Airbus via the options in MCDU3." I believe they referred to these options: Regarding these options, the manual says: "VIEW SYSTEM: You open the view bar by clicking the gray triangle in the upper right or left) corner If you do not like this, you can use the other viewing system". It looks perfect, right? But no. Even if the "VIEW SYSTEM" option is set to OFF, the F11 key continues to be assigned to "PEDESTAL VIEW". I had thought about buying a third-party addon for the views (for example ChasePlane), but I'm afraid I would not solve anything, since the aircraft.cfg file continues to predominate over everything. I'm right?
  6. Freccia

    Spot view P3D

    I just tried John, erasing the entire section I completely lose the pedestal view (both from the main menu and from the view bar), and there's no way to see it.
  7. Freccia

    Spot view P3D

    Ok John, ci proverò adesso.
  8. Freccia

    Spot view P3D

    Hi John, I did as you advised me but unfortunately I continue to see pedestal view. I will try to ask in the Aerosoft support forum. Thanks.
  9. Freccia

    Spot view P3D

    Hi spokes2121, I did as you advised me, and I modified the file aircraft.cfg (Aerosoft A320 CFM Professional folder) like that . [CAMERADEFINITION.004] Title = "PEDESTAL VIEW" Guid = {237c7e20-8f54-4035-8a6a-73338e0561e3} Origin = Virtual Cockpit MomentumEffect = No SnapPbhAdjust = Swivel SnapPbhReturn = False PanPbhAdjust = Swivel PanPbhReturn = False Track = None ShowAxis = No AllowZoom = TRUE InitialZoom = .8 SmoothZoomTime = 0 ZoomPanScalar = 0 ShowWeather = Yes XyzAdjust = True ShowLensFlare = False Category = Cockpit PitchPanRate = 25 HeadingPanRate = 25 InitialXyz = 0.56, 0.350, -0.28 InitialPbh = 68.0, -0, 0 //Hotkeyselect = 3 Here's what happened 1=Ok 2=Outside view - Top down 3= Outside view - FlyBy 4=ok 5=ok 6=ok 7=ok 8=Outside view - Loked Spot 9=ok F11 button=Outside view - Loked Spot Wow, a little bit of confusion 😂 Tips?
  10. Freccia

    Spot view P3D

    Really sorry, but I did not understand. I checked and actually in P3D Options -> Key Assignments. By default 'F11 is mapped to "View Camera 3". However, this assignment works only with the default planes. If I load the Aerosoft A320 and try to press F11 but it works differently, as I wrote before. I have loaded a plane by default and the assignment of a button of my joy to "View Camera 3" works perfectly, but if I switch to the A320 it will not work. I saw the file FSUIPC.ini and in the Buttons section there is this: 18 = P0,2, K122,8 - {Key press: F11} - Can it serve?
  11. Freccia

    Spot view P3D

    Hi Pete, the F11 key is occupied by "Pedestal View" when I use Aerosoft's A320 / A321. How else can I do it? From Vol. 6 (StepbyStep) of A320/A321 Aerosoft
  12. Hi, with Prepar3D (v. 4), I very often choose the following option from the menu: Views>Change View>Outside>Spot. Is it possible to assign a button of my joy, using FSUIPC, which reproduces this? I looked at the list of views, but I did not understand which one to choose. Can you help me? Thank you.
  13. Freccia

    Mouse Macros procedure

    Ok Pere, thanks for the explanation. Now I start to understand better and I can add details. When I use the "mouse macros" I click with the left mouse button, I hold it down and drag the mouse to the position speedbrakes full open. Note however that FSUIPC only records the left click (# 3 of "Mouse action codes"). In fact, by opening the macro file, the only recorded operation is the left mouse click (1=sb-full=RX40000170.3). If I understood correctly, FSUIPC would have had to record one of the sequences written by John, for example: a string containing the # 9 (Left button & drag) and one with # 13 (Left release). But FSUIPC does not want to register them. I do not know if I need it, but if I press the TAB key on my keyboard, nothing happens at all, but I can write macro name. However, I also tried to use Linda with the "Aerosoft A3XX Professional v0.6 beta (24 Jul 18)" module, but I did not solve anything. Linda needs FSUIPC to work and is just a nice graphical interface. 😊 However I do not give up! If I can find a solution somewhere I'll write to you. It's a matter of principle now.
  14. Freccia

    Mouse Macros procedure

    Hi John, I tried to modify the macro file by inserting the various strings you suggested, but it does not work; that lever does not move. I open a parenthesis: is there a difference between these two strings (example)? 1[space]=[space]sb-full-press[space]=[space]RX40000170,9 1=sb-full-press=RX40000170,9 However, I have tried them all in both formats, but they do not work under any circumstances. On other issues (Microsoft's C / C ++ gauge SDK, lvars) I'm totally ignorant. What I know is that I have Prepar3D v. 4.4 running on Windows 8.1 (64bit) and using the Aerosoft A320-A321 Professional. I purchased FSUIPC with confidence and is a great product. I hope you will help me to solve this question. Thanks.
  15. Freccia

    Joy A320 / A321 shakes

    Yes, it is correct, it is a centre-spring yoke axis. We are saying the same thing Pete. 😊
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