Report FSUIPC 5.536 giving me woes in FSUIPC Support Pete Dowson Modules Posted August 17, 2006 1/ I have tried with default and addon, and starting with default and moving to addon, with the same results (and all aircarft types). 2/ Axes are assigned in CH. Following CH and CMFS instructions I 'Reset Defaults' upon entering FS9 to force the CH rig over the default commands. 3/ Separate axes for each engine. Here it's important to note that I have changed nothing in my CH setup or Maps, or the way I installed FS or FSUIPC. All previous installs have worked to a 't'. 4/ Not Aircaft Specific. When I realised something was wrong I tried that and got no luck. You mention "Short Names": that must be deeper into FSUIPC than I have been: is that in the .ini? Where is that? Although the CH calibration does little more than confirm that everything is okay - everything is ok! All the sliders/buttons, etc perform correctly, all the corresponding numbers are equal (I mean there's no one axis that's visibly out of sync) so the only further re-calibration I could do is in FSUIPC. Which is where I get negative values in the detent, and 'Rev' showing on my 767 N1 gauge until about halfway up the lever travel. If I had an older version of FSUIPC I could try that. At present it looks as this is a 'failure to communicate' between this version and my setup. This might - might - depending on whatever help you are able to give me - be the time to drop the CH software and try and do everything in FSUIPC. Once I have it figured out it's one less potential stumbling block for FS to worry about. Thank you for your patience.