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  1. I'm trying to turn off the ding that occurs when a way point has been crossed on a flight plan during a flight. Have looked in manual and this forum with not luck, can someone help me turn this feature off.
  2. Rafael Peter will have to answer the question on FSUIPC compatability but if you are using GoFlight Cockpit Control Systems Software V1.27b that is found at http://www.goflightinc.com/support.html then the GF-P8 can be programmed with key strokes. GoFlight Cockpit Control Systems Software V1.27b is FS2004 compatible but currently has no key stroke programming capabilities for the GF-T8. Hope this Helps Grant Beach Window XP Pro Intel D850MV Motherboard Intel Pentium 4 2.00 GHz 1000 Mb RAM ATI Radeon 9700 Pro 128 Mb VMAX Flight Systems AFCS III Yoke USB Cirrus Ruder Pedals USB FlightLink Twin Engine PQ USB GoFlight GF-AC Cockpit Control System 1x RP48, 1x GF-P8, 2x GF-T8, 1x GF-45, 3x GF166A, 1x GF-MCP & 1x GF-LGT MicroSoft FS2002/FS2004 / X-Plane 7.00 / Fly! II
  3. Peter Thanks for the response as one learns something new every day. Grant Beach
  4. Peter I see their is Control spike elimination for Rudder, Elevator & Aileron under the Technical Tab of FSUIPC. Is there any way to apply spike control eliminations to other devices as I have a twin engine power quadrant by Flight Link that has some spikes occuring "would be nice to eliminate". I also have PFC USB rudder pedals with a spike that occurs with one of the toe brakes, once again would be nice to eliminates and make all controls run smoother. I have performed endless calibrations and without FSUIPC I would be hooped. Any input on the mentioned issues would be greatly appreciated. Grant Beach Window XP Pro Intel D850MV Motherboard Intel Pentium 4 2.00 GHz 1000 Mb RAM ATI Radeon 9700 Pro 128 Mb VMAX Flight Systems AFCS III Yoke USB Cirrus Ruder Pedals USB FlightLink Twin Engine PQ USB GoFlight GF-AC Cockpit Control System 1x RP48, 1x GF-P8, 2x GF-T8, 1x GF-45, 3x GF166A, 1x GF-MCP & 1x GF-LGT MicroSoft FS2002/FS2004 / X-Plane 7.00 / Fly! II
  5. Peter Tried the new AdvDisplay 2.121 and all works great in FS9. Thanks for the quick response and fix. Grant Beach
  6. In FS9 I have set the position and features of advdisplay.ini as follows: [AdvDisplay] Window=-446,560,440,202,-8454143,-5599873 Enabled=Yes PositionLocked=Yes HideWindow=No AutoHide=No AlsoATIS=No MultiLineOnly=No Scroll=Normal Font=Arial,-13,0,400,0,0,0 When FS9 is shut down and then started up agian, advdisplay.ini is reset as follows: [AdvDisplay] Window=0,46,324,53,1,1 Enabled=No PositionLocked=No HideWindow=No AutoHide=No AlsoATIS=Yes MultiLineOnly=No Scroll=Normal I'm a registered user of FSUIPC and realize that advdisplay is a free program, but it would be nice to have the setting saved and used when FS9 is first executed, or is there something that can be done to prevent the advdisplay.ini file from being reset. Grant Beach Window XP Pro Intel D850MV Motherboard Intel Pentium 4 2.00 GHz 1000 Mb RAM ATI Radeon 9700 Pro 128 Mb VMAX Flight Systems AFCS III Yoke USB Cirrus Ruder Pedals USB FlightLink Twin Engine PQ USB GoFlight GF-AC Cockpit Control System 1x RP48, 1x GF-P8, 2x GF-T8, 1x GF-45, 3x GF166A, 1x GF-MCP & 1x GF-LGT MicroSoft FS2002/FS2004 / X-Plane 7.00 / Fly! II
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