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  1. Hello, I recently purchased FSUIPC 4 for P3D. Previously, I used FSUIPC for FS2004 and created the macros to command keys in the most complex aircraft, such as the 737 PMDG, Digital Aviation Cheyenne, FSD Navajo, etc. In P3D, I can not create the macros! When clicking on create the mouse macros, and when the key is pressed with the mouse in P3D, nothing happens (before, it appeared a green stripe with the codes). How do I assign the buttons and keys with this new FSUIPC, for example, a simple light taxi key of the 737 NGX PMDG? I read the .h file from the PMDG SDK, it speaks of the commands, but no listed command is in the list of FSUIPC commands. Is there a file to replace which includes these commands? Thank you!
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