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  1. Ok- the panel has noticed the joystick, but when i calibrate the potentiometer, as soon as it passes halfway, it jumps to the max rotation (as the PC sees it). I will have a talk to RS components (where i bought it from), and see it's the potentiometer which is playing up.
  2. Hi, I have the Mad Catz V.1 flight stick, and I have just encountered a big problem. I have just finished a 14 hour project to make my own rudder pedals- they are almost identical to those in the link. I used a rotary potentiometer, rather than a sliding potentionmeter. I had no bearing so the potentiometer was the pivot point. I am using P3D V3.2. I was trying to get the axis to register in FSUIPC4 (full version), but it wouldn't. I then tried other axes on the joystick, but again, they wouldn't register. So it wasn't bad wiring on my part, but fsuipc was playing up. It di
  3. OK thanks! I will try it, but when I press a button on any of the saitek panels it doesn't see it as a button pressed but I will try again. P.S. I mentioned lua as I have seen it in other posts but it probably looked so complicated because it was irrelevant! Thanks
  4. Hi, I was just wondering whether I could program my saitek controllers with fsuipc without rescripting the lua because if I did, I would break it, or do it wrong and waste time! My LINDA is playing up, so that's not working anyway. I am wanting to set the knob on the multipanel to a rudder/ nose wheel steering axis, as I would like to make a nose wheel tiller. Is this possible to do using fsuipc? Thanks a lot Harry Karmel
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