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Hello, I am using a registered copy of FSUIPC 5.122 with PFChid 5.01 (PFChid64.dll) on W10-64 bit and using P3DV4.2 flying the Carenado A36 I am in the process of setting up a PFC C2 Pro Console and have run into an issue writing the macro file to re-assign one of the two "Tank Select " switches that has three possible positions. PFC.mcro [Macros] 1=TankSelect1/0=C65957 2=TankSelect1/1=C65955 3=TankSelect1/2=C65958 I think the issue I am having has less to do with the commands that are being sent, but more to do with the switch not sending the command. Using the macro as seen above, the Tank Select in P3D moves to the off position and will not move when I rotate the Tank Select switch on the C2 Pro or by mouse in the aircraft. If I only enter "TankSelect1/0=C65957" line into the macro, then when rotating the switch completely left, the Tank Select in P3D will switch to the left (easy). Whenever I introduce this line "2=TankSelect1/1=C65955" to the macro, the Tank Select in P3D moves to the off position and will not move when I rotate the Tank Select switch on the C2 Pro or by mouse in the aircraft. Running only the "3=TankSelect1/2=C65958" line in the macro by itself, the Tank Select in P3D does not move, but you can move it by mouse in the aircraft. Help is very much appreciated. Chris
Hello Pete I am using your PFCHID software to configure my Remote Instrument Control (RIC). I am able to manage almost every functionalities but I still have one concern to trap fast rotation on knobs. For example, I can trap events on the heading knob with "Hdg+" and "Hdg-". But if I turn the knob faster, it will not call the macros "Hdg>" or "Hdg<" as per the documentation. I see it calls instead the "Hdg" macro with the number of cranks as an input parameter. As far as I know, there is no possibility in the macro file to test the sign of the parameter to determine the direction of the rotation. To keep things simple, I would avoid to couple the macro file with a LUA file (to process the number of cranks and its direction) and therefore it would be helpful if I can rely on the "Hdg<" and "Hdg>" macros. Thank you Best regards Fabrice