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  1. Hi, as Pete said it was a typo by just copying lines and reuse. For using different controllers for different planes you use Profiles, for AC type or specific one AC. Best is to check the manual for that as it is clearly described. Thomas
  2. Hi, it is very simple. When you define a function to the hat position, i.e. hat-up I defined the Num-8 key (view-up) and save. Open FSUIPC6.ini file and go to your new definition that should then look like (4= is the fourth definition here) 4=PA,32,K104,8 -{Key press: Num8}- Now in case you want two definitions for the diagonal Hat-up/--right, switch number 33 for hat-diagonal then you add the following lines, where Num- 6 (view-right) 5=PA,33,K104,8 -{Key press: Num8}- 6=PA,33,K102,8 -{Key press: Num6}- Now when move the hat to diagonal up-right it will trigger both key-presses at the same time. Just use the key-presses you need instead. Then here to right (7) and diagonal right-down (8, 9) 7=PA,34,K102,8 -{Key press: Num6}- 8=PA,35,K102,8 -{Key press: Num6}- 9=PA,35,K98,8 -{Key press: Num2}- . . . Make sure you DON'T re-use the same sequence number left of '='. I hope that makes it clear. Thomas
  3. Hi, the l/h numbers, left of '=', are generated with any button or key assignment. Just a sequence, not important for the function but needed to identify the function and next. So when you define buttons/ keys those numbers are the related to the number of definitions you have and in which order you defined them. You can ignore his numbers. At the time 3:19 his numbers 47 & 47 could be as well 20 & 21 in the upper position what has no effect to the result. Thomas
  4. Hi, FSUIPC6 installs where you told the installer to. To find the location if you don't remember or just pressed Ok is to open FSUIPC when P3D is running and go to Logging tab, in bottom center press the button Open Folder. It will open FSUIPC6 installation folder where all files are located in Explorer. You can also check the FSUIPCInstaller log file, located in the folder from where you did run the installer. Thomas
  5. Hi, what shows the mini stick in Windows Game Controllers Setting calibration, did you you calibrate the controller there? Also you will have to send or attach your FSUIPC4.ini, FSUIPC4.log and FSUIPC4.JoyScan.csv files. All files are located in \\Modules\\ folder within your FSX installation folder. Thomas
  6. Hi, you write a program that uses multiple WideClients with different classes and read/write values from/to offsets. That way you can control or sync settings (available ones via FSUIPC) on multiple FS. But you will not be able to sync constant smooth data as any processing of read/write belongs to one class at the time. The FSUIPCClient.dll by Paul Henty makes that very easy to use in .Net language, i.e. C#. FSUIPC Client DLL for .NET Thomas
  7. Hi, button and axis numbering in FSUIPC is the logical numbering where the first button or axis is 0(zero). P3D and Windows in controller panel show the first button as 1(one). So in Windows controller panel the Button 1(one) is the actual Button 0(zero) you see in FSUIPC. Thomas
  8. Hi, the attached log file is dated 30.04.2020, an old one. Is there not any newer file? Thomas
  9. Hi, for PMDG to control you don't use mouse macros but controls via FSUIPC supplied by PMDG SDK. To read states of i.e. Annunciations you use Offsets supplied by FSUIPC. Thomas
  10. Hi, you need to supply some information like FSUIPC4.ini and FSUIPC4.log file, located in \Modules\ folder folder. Also make sure you have Controllers disabled in FSX when you assign axis and buttons in FSUIPC. Thomas
  11. Hi, yes for Prepar3Dv4/v5 you will have to buy a new registration key for FSUIPC6. You only need to buy a registration Key for FSUIPC6 in you case. Please note if you have already a registration Key for WideServer7 (for FSUIPC4) that will work as well for FSUIPC6 and doesn't need to be re-bought. Thomas
  12. Hi, what you could do is activate in FSUIPC's Logging tab the Key and Buttons and Events (non axis) . With this you could see if really all key presses (incr/decr) are actually sent after 1 hour when it starts to don't work correct. Just to check what arrives of what the Keyboard maybe 'seems' to send. Thomas
  13. @adrem, if you have the same problem please follow as well was John already suggested to see what is happening. Thomas
  14. Hi, so the keys to move the Flaps F7 increase and F6 decrease work correct to set all positions? Thomas
  15. Hi, in case you use an add-on AC those controls don't work. In case of A320 they have an auto retraction/extraction depending on blow out speed and as well for Flaps 1 = Slats + flaps 1(auto) with speed limit 210 I think. That means FSLabs have their own logic build in and so you will have to use their SDK controls or L:vars. Thomas
  16. Hi, if you don't want to send it public you can email as well to dhc2float@gmail.com Thomas
  17. Hi, yes with H2 I don't see any flickering as I did before. The flickering was nearly on everything to see what was displayed on top of the main rendering. If you send the Lua file or its content I can check here. Thomas
  18. Hi, it's never a good idea to install FSX or any other FS into Windows\Programs Files folder as it has restricted access. Best would be to install FSX in its own folder like C:\FSX\ or something like that. Also did you install FSUIPC with administrator privilege, right click "Run as administrator" ? If not, rerun the installer with "Run as administrator" and before starting FSX delete the empty FSUIPC4.ini file. Thomas
  19. Hi, if neither the folder nor the INI file exists in the location where the add-on.xml points to, then you haven't FSUIPC installed. But if you have FSUIPC running within P3D and it is visible in Add-on menu, then open its Logging tab and use the center bottom button "Open Folder". That will open its location in explorer. Thomas
  20. Hi, first FSX doesn't need to run in any compatibility mode. Best practice is to NOT install FSX in C:\Program Files or C:\Program Files (x86) folder. Make sure you have SP2 for FSX installed. Also make sure you followed the installation guide and installed FSUIPC as administrator (right click on the installer). I guess you used latest http://fsuipc.simflight.com/beta/Install_FSUIPC4975a.zip installer. Please provide the FSUIPC4 Install.log file and the produced FSUIPC4.log file, both are located in your FSX folder in \Modules\. ZIP and attach them to your mail or copy and paste its unaltered content to you message. Thomas
  21. Hi, make sure you are looking in the right location. In FSUIPC Logging tab on the bottom left center you can press the "Open Folder" button that will open it for you in explorer. If you still don't see a FSUIPC4.log file, you might have activated in explorer settings to hide extensions of known file types. Thomas
  22. Hi, pleas questions in relation to FSUIPC always in Main Forum ! I moved your post to Main Forum. I don't see a problem in FSUIPC6 with that. Can please send your FSUIPC6.ini file and FSUIPC6.log file after a schort and fully closed session. After you started the session mark in FSUIPC Logging tab "Button and key operation" and "Normal log file". Thomas
  23. Hi, did you run the FSUIPC installer with "Run as administrator", right click on and select that? Thomas
  24. Hi, FSUIPC in unregistered version gives you already access to all Offsets but not to any User facilities you normally don't need as a developer anyway. Thomas
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