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  1. Thanks Pete, found the 777 in the profile and deleted it. Rob
  2. Hi, I'm having a small problem assigning buttons. I am using the PMDG 737 NGX and the 777. My problem is with setting buttons in the 777. I go to Buttons and Switches and select Profile Specific when the 777 is open and select the button I want to assign. What comes up is the profile I've set for the 737 NGX assignment, not a blank box. Any ideas? Thanks Rob
  3. Hi, I am having trouble using the controls for the PMDG 737 NGX. Two of the controls I have been trying to use are the Reverse Thrust controls. I entered the number (70312 for #1 and 7313 for #2) and selected 0 for Off and 1 for On but they didn't work - no movement of the 737 Reverse Thrust levers. I have tried with 0 for On and 1 for Off but no difference. I'm not sure if I have missed something. Any help woul;d be greatly appreciated. Many Thanks Rob
  4. Thanks Pete, got it now. Is there any documentation/list of offsets for the PMDG 737NGX? I have looked in the FSUIPC and PMDG docs but can't find any reference to the aircraft. Thanks Rob
  5. Hi, I tried the FSX controls and the key presses only work with engine # 1. Rob
  6. Thanks Pete, they work to move the lever into idle, but do not work to return the lever to cutoff. Are there other offsets for this? Rob
  7. Hi, Can anyone tell me which offsets and parameters work with the Idle Cutoff levers in the PMDG 737NGX, and what type of offset they are? Someone gave me the following offsets, but they change when I click OK. Offset for Eng #1 - 70320, and for # 2 - 70321. When I input these numbers, they change to x0320 and x0321 after clicking OK. I want to assign a button to control the levers. Thanks Rob
  8. I'm using version 4, not the latest version I think. Rob
  9. Hi Pete, I'm having trouble getting the Saitek TQ to work the flaps. I calibrated the axis as per the guide and it states 9 detents. However the flap lever works somewhat in reverse and also will not go back to zero flaps. I have tried it with the REV checked and it doesn't seem to make a difference. What happens is that I move the lever and the flaps go to 40, then I move it again and it goes back to flaps 2, and within one "click" (slight movement of the lever), the flaps direction changes. Any suggestions would be welcome. Thanks Rob
  10. Hi Pete, Do the latest revisions (4.75b) work with FS9 and all I have to do is replace the dll file? My current version is for FS2004 Thanks Rob
  11. Hi Pete, In the Offset window I enter 0x8b18 (for IAS) and in the parameter window I enter 100/950. After clicking on OK I close FSUIPC. When I reopen FSUIPC and turn the rotary, in the Offset window I get x0000 and in the parameter window I get 100/950. I have tried using different types of offsets but the same thing happens regardless of what type of offset is chosen. Rob
  12. Hi Pete, I have used the formats you gave me and I find that the parameter remains the same when I go back into FSUIPC, but the Offset reads x0000. I have tried different types of offsets and all are the same - the parameters stay but the offset goes. Is this normal? Thanks Rob
  13. Hi Pete, Entered the offsets as you suggested but found that when I went back inot FSUIPC, they were no longer there after turning the rotary. Am I fogetting something in the parameter? I have been using 4 for this column. Thanks Rob
  14. Hi Pete, Thank you very much for the info. I will set that up. Really appreciate all your help Rob
  15. Hi Nico, All i need to know now is what type of offset to use. As Pete mentioned there are several different types of offsets. Also I set up the two files, ini and Mounty but I get an error message 31 when I run lekseecon - ini file not found. They are all in the same folder. Thanks Rob
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