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  1. Hi John Thanks indeed for your answer! Thinking it over, I guess that the irrational fall outs on the FSUIPC assigned axis was a result of implementing an Aerosofts so called "BFC_Throttle_Config_PMDG_T7.json" optional setup file into the Honeycomb-Configurator. Seems to messing up with FSUIPC. Thanks for the lua scripts. However for now I will prefer to just settle for the core FSUIPC axis only (+ them little reverser buttons on the throttles), and stick to the rest of the buttons already animated on the screen according to the particular aircraft. Cheers, Morten
  2. P3Dv4.5 Profile: PMDG 777 FSUIPC 5.157 Hi there Just got rid of my old throttle quadrant and bought me a new Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant. Then disabled controllers in general and erased all axis inside the P3D options. Then, as usual, calibrated and assigned all the Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrants axis inside FSUIPC and all is good! However my question is now, if I in full consequence, also need to assign all the Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrants BUTTONS through FSUIPC in order to get everything straight forward stabile?! The reason why I'm asking is, th
  3. Well, my friend Fabio, now when finally you MADE IT and everything now works so great, we don't want silly P3D amauteur "v5 update" to spoil everything, and leave you back to point zero after all your many hard steps you've been through already!!!
  4. Problem seems now to be solved! Turned out to be caused by USB overload and/or an involved USB hub
  5. Yep. After a rather long developing period, FCR has been working great for a long time, for v4.3, 4.4 and 4.5! That is, however, if one stick to the rules in every detail: 1. With sim set to same FPS as FCR, as you already noticed. (I'm also flying PMDG) 2. For replay, let the same airplane as used in recording, load FULLY up in P3D's default scenery and time. 3. Then load FCR and unpause the session - then wait again till the airplane is FULLY loaded. 4. Then finally hit the play button on the FCR, and you're running! In addition to this, my experience is that if you sta
  6. Hi Dave Stay away from P3Dv5!!! and stick to version 4.5 the next couple of month! A scandal is going on these days. Version 5 is not at all ready - LM customers are hijacked as involuntary beta testers! Flight sim developers has already made a common statement towards LM with protest! LM hired an inexperienced kid to manage LM programming! Fabio's Replay app is working perfectly okay with LM version 4.5!
  7. Reconfigured both Throttles and Yoke to "direct FS assignment" and disabled power eco bull savings on USB ... All problems seems so far solved by those actions /Morten
  8. I will check out your other suggestions regarding to USB problems and see if this helps. Will also check this
  9. Pete, it is related to the thread that you closed the other day: From this thread:
  10. Okay, then...! In that respect I can certainly recognize the "funny" part of the yoke suddenly going completely bananas just before landing, about one out of 10 times (as mentioned to you before), but as irritating as it is, I can actually deal with that by just setting the sim on pause and replugging the USB connection and all returns to normal again...almost rutine! :) However dealing with a throttle quadrant that I have to re-calibrate in FSUIPC because the calibration has been lost every time I startup the PC and fly the PMDG in a new session, is pretty damn hard to deal with!
  11. Hi there I recently in another post learned that calibration of joysticks handling PMDG aircraft tend to make unpredictable troubles: "If you want to assign in FSUIPC, for PMDG aircraft Send to FS as Normal Axis AND select the "Axis_" controls. And do not calibrate in FSUIPC no matter where you assign" In my case, most of my avionics are controlled by commercial "joysticks", consisting of yoke, spoilers, mixture, pedals, etc, which have calibration tool software along with the equipment - However my 4 throttle quadrant consists entirely of homebuilt equipment! Would anyone pe
  12. Well sorry for my part also, but what you don't seem to realize is when your customers finally has done all assigning and calibration according to your comprehensive and relatively complex manual, they will usually only return to you for help if something goes wrong - that could be months or even years after. Because of that it is obviously essential that you stick to the exact same terms as used in in your own FSUIPC manual and program. No vague and "agreed terms" please, which would have the tendency to confuse everyone else than folks in your own staff. Put on top of that language barrier
  13. Hi Pete May I ask you to please answer me precisely, specifically and directly according to my questions. Which of the following environments would you recommend me to calibrate my PMDG: 1. Send to FS as normal axis inside the FSUIPC environment? OR 2. Calibrate my axis entirely inside the P3Dv4 settings environment? Morten
  14. Hi Pete 1. In my specific situation I'm using PMDG 777 most often. However occasionally I use these other aircraft for VFR: 2. Standard P3Dv4 Mooney Bravo aircraft 3. Third party DC3 by Daniel Fuernkaess, Manfred Jahn, Alexander M. Metzger, Hans-Joerg Naegele, Mike Cyul, Warwick Carter, Jan Visser So in this particular situation of mine what would you advise me to do regarding calibration methods and profile systems for each aircraft? Regards, Morten PS. Actually my very least occasional problems is NOT with my rudder/brake pedals (occasionally the pedals are
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