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  1. I use the 2D ACS MD11 panel made by AC soft productions and FS2004.I have tried to use the mouse macro in FSUIPC but that does not seem to work.I have no idea what "L:Var " is im kinda new at this stuff. Thanks again for all your help
  2. I can start the engines in my MD11 panel with mouse clicks in this way but I can't figure out how to do it with the saitek switches.
  3. Thanx Hoorf thats what I needed to know. I would also like to figure out a way that I can have starter spool up without having to hold the switch on{tried a few things with no luck}.On the MD11 there is a switch you pull out to startup and it shuts off automaticaly when the right N1 rpm is reached after light up. Thanks again for all your help
  4. I have old CH pro pedals and I have found that you can use as rudder or brakes depending on switch position on pedals but it will not do both because it was designed to work as rudder peddals for flight sim or gas and brake pedals for car racing.
  5. I should have said what parameter in FSUIPC spools engines and what parameter starts fuel to engines.
  6. Hi first off i want to say this is a great forum and have received much help I think it awesome that Pete Dowson takes the time to support his great product. The problem im having is I want to use my switches on my throttle quadrants to start my engines in my MD11.I need to know what parameter spools up the engines with the APU and what parameter stars the fuel flowing to engines when up to right RPM. Thanks to all for your help
  7. Hi im trying to get my widefs to run but have been unsucsessful. so far this is what my client is doing im not sure where it comes up with the 66.152.109.110 ip address i dont have anything in my network with that address. also it says class=FS98MAIN but i am running FS2004. thanks for any help WideClient Log [version 6.999b] Class=FS98MAIN ********* Date (dmy): 24/01/14, Time 16:04:10.015: Client name is 2NDCOMPUTER 172 LUA: "C:\Widefs\Initial.LUA": not found 203 Attempting to connect now 203 Trying to locate server: Need details from Server Broadcast 203 Failed to connect: waiting to try again 2234 Attempting to connect now 44890 Trying to locate server: Need details from Server Broadcast 69265 Server = USER-FEF13D08D5 69281 Trying TCP/IP host "USER-FEF13D08D5" port 8002 ... 69281 ... Okay, IP Address = 66.152.109.110 88250 New Client Application: "ASv6" (Id=3012) 90437 Error on client pre-Connection Select() [Error=10060] Connection timed out 90437 Ready to try connection again 92484 Attempting to connect now 92484 Giving up server, looking for another! 92484 Server = USER-FEF13D08D5 92484 Trying TCP/IP host "USER-FEF13D08D5" port 8002 ... 92484 ... Okay, IP Address = 66.152.109.110 115687 Server = USER-FEF13D08D5 115687 Trying TCP/IP host "USER-FEF13D08D5" port 8002 ... 115687 ... Okay, IP Address = 66.152.109.110 138640 Giving up server, looking for another! 138640 Server = USER-FEF13D08D5 138640 Trying TCP/IP host "USER-FEF13D08D5" port 8002 ... 138640 ... Okay, IP Address = 66.152.109.110 140828 ****** End of session performance summary ****** 140828 Total time connected = 0 seconds 140828 Reception maximum: 0 frames/sec, 0 bytes/sec 140828 Transmission maximum: 0 frames/sec, 0 bytes/sec 140828 Max receive buffer = 0, Max send depth = 0, Send frames lost = 0 140828 **************** Individual client application activity **************** 140828 Client 3012 requests: 5 (Ave 5/sec), Data: 270 bytes (270/sec), Average 54 bytes/Process 140828 ********* Log file closed (Buffers: MaxUsed 1, Alloc 5 Freed 5 Refused 0) *********
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