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  1. Greetings, I'm trying to set up some bindings with my Saitek throttle quadrants using a couple of the switches under the levers. What I would like to do is have the engine CUTOFF / IDLE levers under the PMDG 737 throttle levers bound via FSUIPC to switches but I can't seem to find the right description to select in the drop down menu in the 'Control sent when button pressed' section of FSUIPC. Has anyone done this? Many thanks in advance. Guy
  2. Hi, I have FSCommander 9.6 Rev 1 with AIRAC 1502 installed. I want to update FSC to AIRAC 1510 which I have just got from Navigraph but can't recall, or see how to do this. Any help is most appreciated. Unless I'm missing it somewhere in FSC, it would be really handy if there was an option under the 'About' section that provided a quick way of updating the AIRAC cycle. Thanks...
  3. Volker, Many thanks for your quick reply to my post, most appreciated. I'll have a look and hopefully I can do it without any problems. Kind regards, Guy
  4. Dear Volker, I have a CD copy of Aerosoft FSCommander 9.2, which is registered, and am trying to work out how to upgrade to 9.6. Do I need to upgrade first to 9.5 then go to 9.6? Unfortunately I don't seem to be able to find a clear explanation on how to do this. I have seen a post that talks about backing up certain files etc, can you advise where these are normally located? My details are: 1. FSX 2. FSUIPC 4.823 3. FS Commander 9.2 build 2 May 12 4. NAVIGRAPH AIRAC 1502 5. Aerosoft boxed 9.2 6. Win 7 64bit Any help most appreciated. Many thanks, Guy
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