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  1. I tried to mix tiller and rudder, assigning both to the pedals through "Send direct to FSUIPC Calibration". Not an option, at least not to my PMDG 777-200. The tiller mix reacted by turning the wheel all the way to each side. Not possible to go straight forward. I found the best solution till now, by assigning the axis rudder (no tiller mix) to my pedals and use "Send direct to FS as normal axis". This makes my front wheel turn fully perfect again as it use to couple a month ago! However my yoke, which is assigned trough "Send direct to FSUIPC Calibration", still go bananas if I choose to turn off the autopilot, as described above. No axis whatsoever, is no longer assigned inside P3D - Options - Axis Assignments. So what the heck is going on here?
  2. Okay Pete, got it! In fact my 'some what' common sense already told me before I even started this configuration!..hi, hi...life aint easy. The steering issue however, is left to solve - not for common sense to solve.. quite a drag...!!
  3. Moreover, according to this my previous statement and the following discussion, I've chosen as an experiment to completely keep my pedals out from FSUIPC. Which means that my pedals currently is calibrated within the P3D settings environment only, whereas my throutles and yoke is still calibrated inside the FSUIPC environment and send "direct to FSUIPC". With this combination I unfortunately still find my yoke going completely bananas and uncontrollable. It will happen mostly during an ILS approach, if I then choose to abort the autolanding and disconnect the autopilot in order to make a visual approach instead, then the yoke will turn all the way to the right and become totally out of control! The only way I can overcome this is by replugging the yoke into the USB slot and from then on it will be controllable again. All together, for some reason quite a mess here these days...?! Cheers, Morten
  4. Ok thanks, I'll get it a try. What is noticeable though, at least in my case, is that this lack of steering came about after updating from P3Dv.4.3 to v.4.4 - might be a random event, might not be... /Morten
  5. Hi Pete and John I guess, you're right and the problem is still present - probably just me getting more and more use to compensate the lack of turning by using cross throttling... I read the "FSLabs A320 Steering/Tiller debate" link which John provided me. However I'm afraid it got too nerdy for me and didn't really catch the conclusion, if any. Please bare over with me, I'm just a regular user and have no skills whatsoever into programming and special FSUIPC mods. So in simple terms, please; 1. Is there actually a way to mix the tiller facility with my (physical) pedal rudder axis assignment? 2. If so, would I actually benefit with such a mix in order to make my front wheel turning more efficient? (During turns on the taxiway I notice that the animated tiller on the PMDG 777-200 actually DO turn - whether this animation is actually a valid reflection of a tiller process taking place for real I can't tell) Cheers, Morten
  6. You really need beta folks to carry out what works and not works, before launching your appreciated updates.
  7. Fabio, this is no go, requiring customers to install all kind of stuff...if necessary it should be included in your install!
  8. No, Fabio! Both NET Framework already installed here on win 10. I have the exact same symptoms as "adribaradri" - your earlier version didn't have those crash issues! Back to the drawing board! /Morten
  9. Is this place completely dead or what? No support whatsoever since last year...
  10. P3Dv4.4 Done ALL your advice in order to get audible AI sounds - NO luck! Still just weak far away sounds... Have had much more luck with freeware AI sounds! Please tell me if I can manually adjust the volume - can I destil the CAB files in order to adjust the volume level through a sound edit app which I'm used to?! Will the CAB files work if they are distilled in the folder?
  11. Hi John Thanks for your profound suggestions... Now I totally erased axis for my pedals inside the FSUIPC.ini and instead established axes directly inside the P3Dv4 controls environment. So far steering is back to normal again. Cheers, Morten
  12. Hi Fabio Your default replay speed 1:1 is wrong - too fast!(Standard version) - Please look into the bug and correct! Cheers
  13. P3Dv4.4 FSUIPC 5.15 PMDG 777 Can't seem to configure my Saitek pedals correct through "send direct to FSUIPC Calibration" along with PMDG 777. Brakes and rudder works fine, but the front wheel works poorly, which means that I have to use my throttles violently as a compensation in order to make sharp turns. For my Saitek pedals ONLY I previously through the years used to send my Axis to "FS as normal axis" (rest of the "joysticks" direct to FSUIPC) which worked fine until FSUIPC/P3Dv4.3. From then on my other "joystick", my yoke, went totally bananas and out of control! No surprise here, as according to the manual, one is not supposed to mix "send direct to FSUIPC Calibration" and "FS as normal axis"...anyway this worked for a long time, until now when I don't seem to have no other choice than let all my axis on all my "joysticks" assign to "send direct to FSUIPC Calibration", which in practise wont work for my pedals! What is going wrong here? Would it perhaps help if I instead use "Send to FSUIPC Offset" ONLY for my pedals mixed with "send direct to FSUIPC Calibration" for the rest of the "joysticks"..? Cheers, Morten Attached files: log and ini. FSUIPC5.ini FSUIPC5.log
  14. Use the STANDARD version - not the "Enhanced" version!
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