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  1. I upgraded to P3Dv5.1 & FSUIPC6 after uninstalling all previous P3Dv4 versions & addons. After clean install I tried to assign controls in FSUIPC, but my throttle device number was different than P3D and would not accept commands (device 1 in P3D & device 3 in FSUIPC). I noticed the same behavior in the Maddogx Load Manager (LM) with it's custom control options. In the LM if I manually changed the device number to match P3D it would work in the sim, however I can't see where I can do that in FSUIPC6. I've tried unplugging all controllers, restarting, and removing in the device mana
  2. Many thanks for FSUIPC6, which I know is potentially a great utility. However, I am using it with the latest P3D V5.1 upgrade and FSLabs A320. I have plugged in 2 Thrustmaster Cougar MFDs as extra buttons. I am familiar with the buttons macro process and have repeated it a number of times. I can go through the complete process and have all the buttons working. But when I come back into P3D and the FSLabs A320 only some of the buttons on the MFDs are working. If I enter the FSUIPC add on, go to the Buttons & Switches tab and select Profile Specific (Macro file named "FSLabs A320"), an
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