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  1. Good morning, I have recently purchased your product ver 7.3.2. I wanted to understand what I'm doing wrong when programming my x52pro. My system Win 11, MSFS 2020, x52pro. I wanted to assign the Ap Heading Set to button 8 and ti axis V the Heading Bug inc (dec). I set it as you can see in the attached figure, but it doesn't work. The same thing for button 31 (vertical speed) and relative axis. Button 3 for window ATC but he doesn't work either. The figures are examples where I copied the settings. Thanks in advance
  2. Hi Pete, Problem: Strange behavior of CH yoke, weird values, not able to calibrate the Yoke properly. Calibrating ailerons gives 2 negative values for left and right (Min/Max) -16380 and -16251 Or is it an FSUIPC? IS FSUIPC able to change Windows 10 settings. Suspected cause: Suspect a change in Windows 10, USB Game controller for CH Yoke shows values for X,U,X, axis inverted. I do not know what triggered it as I don't fly that often right now. Question: How can I set the Windows X,Y,Z values back so that they behave normally? (Back = 0 forward is max value) Actions already taken: Reset of Yoke settings Deleted .ini file to start blanc, Disconnected all USB devices Deleted the Yoke in the register (RegEdit) Created new profile Installed older FSUIPC - I use FSUIPC quit a time, never had issues like this - Current FSUIPC version: 5.152 - There are no crash issues - FSUIPC Log and .ini are attached - Simulator P3D V4.5 - Contols are disabled in P3D Kind regards Eric FSUIPC5.log FSUIPC5 Install.log FSUIPC5.1.log FSUIPC5_prev.log FSUIPC5 before Profiles files.ini dll.xml
  3. Hi Pete, I found in the documentation the parameter IgnoreThese= j.b, j.b, ... , but I need ignore axis. I understood it's for buttons only. How can I implement this function ignore axis ?
  4. Hi, FSX and FSUIPC, X52. I want to calibrate the throttle axis to the max. values -+16380, but could not transfer the 'set-values' to the 'left windows'. Therefore the power range isn't full size... See pictures below. I try several times and spent a lot of time, no success. Which wrong I make. Thanks for help
  5. Hello ! I really need "FSUIPC for dummies" 😁 So, I have FSUIPC5 (since today) and P3D v4.3 Is there any file as proflile to import for CH yoke Eclipse ? I try to make axis assigments but it does not work really well ! Maybe I have to delete all axis assigments in P3D before working in FSUIPC ????? Thanks by advance !
  6. Hi folks, first post here in the forum :) I purchased FSUIPC version 3999z9b several weeks ago and installed it for use in Combat Flight Simulator 2. Everything seems to work just fine except for the axis assignments. I can configure an axis assignment in FSUIPC, and during that entire CFS2 session it works just fine. But, if I exit CFS2 and then run the game again, all of my axis assignments are lost. The weird thing is that the entries are definitely being saved in my "FSUIPC.ini" file: [Axes] 0=0Y,256,D,7,8,0,0 1=0Z,256 2=0Z,B,16256,16383,66202,0,66202,0 ...but FSUIPC doesn't seem to reload/read those entries when re-running the game. Strangely enough, the advanced calibration features seem to function though. I also have this in my "FSUIPC.INI" file: [General] LeftBrake=0,16383 RightBrake=0,16383 ...and that seems to function just fine (FSUIPC reads and reloads those settings when exiting and re-running the game). I realize that CFS2 is not supported anymore, but was simply wondering if this was a bug with the newest version of FSUIPC, or if I'm doing something wrong. Now, to throw a cog in the wheel here: I DID notice though that version 3.999 of FSUIPC does INDEED read and reload the axis assignments in CFS2. Everything in that older version of FSUIPC seems to work just fine with CFS2. The only problem with using that older version though is that it appears that the variables "monitoring" features of FUIPC don't seem to function at all... YET they DO with the newest version 3999z9b of FSUIPC. P.S. FYI, What I'm doing with the above axis assignments and FSUIPC's advanced calibration settings is using the downward elevator movement on my joystick to apply nice and smooth analog brakes :) Lastly, I'm using the throttle to apply water/methanol injection when it's moved to the extreme full-throttle position :)
  7. Hi Pete, First ever post on a forum for help! I have the BU0836X and BBI-32, both from Leo Bodnar. I also ordered a 10k pot (Leo Bodnar) and rotary switch and have a rotary encoder on order. I am building my own multi-panel to use with the MJ Dash 8 Q400. I am familiar with your software at a semi basic level i.e. I have all my control surfaces reverse thrusters working perfectly, thanks to your excellent software and guides :-) The Issue: I am using a 10k potentiometer connected to the BUX board via the analouge (Dial) input to control the overhead panel brightness knob using a mouse macro which I have working using the guide, the problem I have is that I can't get the knob in the virtual cockpit to turn through the full 100% of travel. I tried using the full 10 ranges for action available in the axis assignment with each assignment being a short range -- when testing the travel on the potentiometer I realised that Majestic have the rotary knob as 32 seperate switched positions, each increment turning the dial 3% of the full travel, so when I turn the potentiometer clockwise the most travel I can achieve on the virtual knob is 50%. (This would be 25%, however I have doubled this with a within range and then exiting range command in the axis assignment). So, I have 32 positions in total. But I only have 10 commands to switch positions. The 10 can be doubled to 20 using the "range exited control sent" checkbox -- but what about the remaining 12 positions? I should also point out I have not yet started on the brightness down, just to keep it as simple as possible for now :-\ Given these issues I am wondering if it will even be possible to acheive the full 100% of travel (Up & Down) with a potentiometre. Should I use a 360 Deg rotary encoder to do the job, or if there is an alternative approach using the potentiometer?? Any expertise would be greatly appreciated!! Many Thanks in advance Robert
  8. Help! I have assigned the axis in FSUIPC 4.937 with my CH-Pedals: x: leftbrake y: rightbrake z: rudder To assign these axis worked fine. But there is a problem with the calibration of the brake-axis: I can only calibrate the z-axis (Rudder) with the set-button. When I want to calibrate the x- and y-axes (brake-axes), then it's written 'axis not processed' in the joystick calibration-register. I can't even activate the calibraton by pushing on the set-button. Thanks for helping me, Thomas
  9. Hello Pete or other Forum members, I have rudder pedals with only one function toe brake axis the other gave out. Is it possible to map the single operating brake pedal to operate both the left and the right brake axis? Also since this might be ran solely through FSUIPC is there a way to make it not cause problems with PMDG aircraft since I know there braking systems go outside FSX's normal logic and I don't want to cause a problem with the ABS not working. Thanks for the help. Angelo Cosma
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