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  1. First , thanks for such a speedy reply, if only everything in life could be as good. Secondly, my apologies for not posting in the correct place. Just so I don't get it wrong in the future where should it have been? Bob
  2. I have searched all the documentation that downloads with versions 4. 5, 6 and 7 of FSUIPC but nowhere can I find the offsets for the rudder and aileron trims. The offset for elevator trim and in conjunction with 'trim set' works a treat. Without the offsets for the rudder and aileron trims the 'trim set' command works just once and that's it. I am in no way a programmer but I am a bit of a dinosaur and so any help in simple English would be very much appreciated. Stay safe Bob
  3. Hi Roman, John. Thanks so much it works a treat. I would never have found a solution via the 'Buttons and Switches' menu interface. The only time that I dabbled with programming was to write a simple maths tutorial in Sinclair BASIC for a ZX Spectrum (that dates me). Now I can get back to setting up the rest of the panel. Thanks again Bob
  4. Hi John Attached is what I hope is a copy of the correct file. I am beginning to think that people are going to have to have the patience of a saint while leading me through my forays into FSUIPC. ********* FSUIPC5, Version 5.152 (24th July 2019) by Pete Dowson ********* User Name="Bob Spinner" User Addr="g1950536@btinternet.com" FSUIPC5 Key is provided WIDEFS7 not user registered, or expired 1265265 System time = 20/08/2019 15:11:33, Simulator time = 15:52:33 (19:52Z) 1265265 FLT path = "C:\Users\Bob\Documents\Prepar3D v4 Files\" [Continuation log requested by user
  5. As a first post I hope that I am using the correct part of the forum. I am using P3D v with FSUIPC v5.151. A while ago I built a panel to go along with my Saitek radio and multi panel. It was a modest affair as I am not an electronics or programming buff. It consisted of switches, rotary encoders and a 4 position rotary switch to enhance my single engine Cessna immersion. These were all connected to a Leo Bodnar BU0836X and BBI-32 boards. All worked fine. Despite my age my simming experience is of newbie standard but I look to the future. That being the case I decided
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