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  1. Hello, First, as I have written in the title, I own the X52Pro. My main question is to ask, if it is possible to move the slider on the throttle to move the speedbrakes, escpecially in the B738 or B772 from PMDG? In FSUIPC5 the axis is known as axis S. I'm too inexperienced of these tons of buttons to make them move the speedbrake lever, although hoping that it is possible? Does anybody have a clue? Any answer is appreciated. Regards, Ralf
  2. Moved to Main Forum. Please ask questions related to FSUIPC always in Main Forum. Hello - I have the latest FSUIPC release (5.124) is this capable of macros at all? I know the earlier release isn't but I'm not clear about the latest version. And if not, I need a way to turn on the IRS switches in PMDG-NGX 737 (P3Dv4.2) - either by a push button or a physical switch ... any suggestions? Many thanks Father Dane
  3. Hi I've got a WP6 module from GoFlight. I'd like to use it to simulate some warnings and push buttons in PMDG 737NGX, like for example FIRE WARN, MASTER CAUTION or FMC P/RST. Any idea about how I could start it? Thanks! José
  4. Hi, I tried to use the logging feature of FSUIPC5 to show the elevator trim value (i.e. the same one that is shown when you move the trim wheel) without success. Any clue/advise would be really appreciate. I am using Prepar3D v4.1. Thanks in advance for your help. Best regards, Jose
  5. Moved to Main Forum, where questions should be posted! Pleas post always to Main Forum. Evening all, I am a member of Delta Virtual Airlines (deltava.org) and we have been having issues with the latest FSUIPC 5.xxx in P3Dv4.1 and the PMDG 747 QOTSII in regards to the fuel quantities, when FSUIPC is reporting the fuel to our ACARS system (developed by Luke Kolin). Ever since updating to the latest FSUIPC in P3Dv4.1, FSUIPC either reports to ACARS that there is 0lbs fuel, +2,447,447,447lbs of fuel, or -2,447,447,447lbs of fuel. It also reports that in flight refueling is detected, although I am not sure how much of an issue that is with the ACARS system using what FSUIPC reports, or both, or FSUIPC. In any case, Luke Kolin told me that the only way this could be fixed would be to have Pete make a fix for it. I know he is away till the 2nd, tomorrow, so figured I would post it now.
  6. FSC 9.7 Build 26 July 2017 I have all my paths set up correctly in FSC, yet I always get this "error in writing pmdg plan (9)" error when trying to save with the PMDG box ticked. The dialog box says that PMDG will read from the default P3D folder for routes - but that isn't true. In P3dV4.1, PMDG flight plans are stored in [...]\Prepar3D v4\PMDG\FLIGHTPLANS or [...]\Prepar3D v4\PMDG\FLIGHTPLANS\NGX. Also, PMDG plans are in RTE format - which FSC no longer seems to create (possibly because of the above error) <??>. HELP!! Adam.
  7. PROBLEM SOLVED Hello, this is my first post.I had just installed P3Dv4 and PMDG 737NGX and I have some issues with the connection.It recognizes FSUIPC5 but no input or output! (FSUIPC version is 5.121a and says it is a BETA and needs no registration) I placed the .lua file in the modules folder but nothing. i suppose it has to do that FSX and P3Dv3 were 32bit and this 64bit? Is there a solution? Thanks for your attention!
  8. Good morning/afternoon to all, I have just purchased a VRinsight Multi-Switch panel and would like to do the following: - Assign the R1/R2 rotary buttons to the PMDG777 panel lights in order to control the cockpit lighting from that panel - Assign S1/S sliders to the PMDG777 ENG1/ENG2 fuel cut-off buttons. When I get to the max of the slider, the ENG1 switch will flip to on. When I slide to the mininum, the ENG1 switch flips to off. Any way to create events based on an axis actual value? I know for key press but not for specific events like above. Thanks, Fred
  9. Hey! I'm having a problem, I bought the PMDG 747 2 weeks ago. Only when I load this in the P3D V4, he spawns with black screens and his joystick fully to the left and without gear. If I remove FSUIPC then everything will work. Same with the IVAP client. IVAO Traffic I only see black aircraft but when I uninstall FSUIPC, everything works back. Does anyone know a solution? It is the latest version of FSUIPC. Sincerely Glenn Callens
  10. Hi Fabio Just about to purchase, I'd be grateful if you could answer a quick query. I can't see included on the list of animations features for v3.5, reverse thrusters for PMDG. Will your software eventually include this animation also? Thanks Dave Nash
  11. 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!
  12. Hello everyone and good day. I´m still with compatibility problem between FSUIPC5 and 747 PMDG, even with the last build 8370, but I tested just with 5.102 and 103; I readed many users that may use it with some versions of FSUIPC 5.101x, so then, anyone could share me any of 101 please? Thank you!
  13. Second issue report - I'm not seeing a value for a specific PMDG777 offset when using FSUIPC5. I check offset 0x6C1D to get the PMDG equipment type code as a sanity check to ensure that I'm getting proper PMDG data. In P3Dv3 using FSUIPC 4.967, the code is non-zero (4) and it correctly detects the -200LR. When using FSUIPC5 and the same aircraft in P3Dv4, the offset is zero. I've checked my 777X_Options.ini file and the EnableDataBroadcast=1 setting is set under the SDK section, so it should be available to FSUIPC. Is this functionality enabled in P3Dv4, and how can I help determine whether the data is is making it to FSUIPC? (FWIW, it looks like the alloc/free count doesn't match here either, but I'm not getting a P3D crash on shutdown like I do with v3). Cheers! Luke FSUIPC5.log
  14. This is the first of two issue reports - I just upgraded the P3D to the latest P3Dv3/P3Dv4 version, and I'm getting a consistent crash in PMDG_777X_2.dll on shutdown. Ordinarily, I'd report straight to PMDG, but I'm seeing the following issue in the FSUIPC log at the end: 89638 === Closing session: waiting for DLLStop to be called ... 114973 === DLLStop called ... 114973 === Closing external processes we started ... 115971 === About to kill any Lua plug-ins still running ... 116127 === Closing global Lua thread 117125 === About to kill my timers ... 117328 === Restoring window procs ... 117328 === Unloading libraries ... 117328 === stopping other threads ... 117328 === ... Button scanning ... 117422 === ... Axis scanning ... 117531 === Releasing joystick devices ... 117531 === Freeing macro memory 117531 === Removing any offset overrides 117531 === Clearing any displays left 117531 === Calling SimConnect_Close ... 118124 === SimConnect_Close done! 118124 === AI slots deleted! 118124 === Freeing button memory ... 118124 === Closing my Windows ... 118124 === Freeing FS libraries ... 119122 === Closing devices ... 119122 === Closing the Log ... Bye Bye! ... 119122 System time = 10/06/2017 11:12:29, Simulator time = 11:11:21 (16:11Z) 119122 *** FSUIPC log file being closed Minimum frame rate was 24.3 fps, Maximum was 31.4 fps Minimum available memory recorded was 32768Mb Average frame rate for running time of 47 secs = 28.2 fps Average weather filter write interval in that time = 831.2 msecs Maximum AI traffic for session was 9 aircraft Memory managed: 71 Allocs, 70 Freed ********* FSUIPC Log file closed *********** Note right at the end, we're got a mismatch between malloc() and free() counts. Do you think think this may be the cause, or shall I file a ticket with PMDG? This is FSUIPC 4.967, on Windows 7 x64. FWIW, I see the same mismatch in P3Dv4 with FSUIPC5 and the PMDG 777. Cheers! Luke FSUIPC4.log
  15. I'm using the x55 rhino and on prepar3d v4 with the PMDG 747 v3. I'm able to bind axes but not buttons or keys. I follow the process normally but it just doesn't have any effect in the aircraft. Throttles, rudder, ailerons and elevators all work perfect. Thanks for helping. (I have a registered version of fsuipcv5.101j)
  16. Pete, I appreciate the integration work you've done with the PMDG 737, 747 and 777 aircraft. We can extract a lot of useful data from them via the custom offsets. I'm running into a few cases where the SDK integration is turned on in the Options.ini file but I'm not getting data from the PMDG SDK. I check the "aircraft model" offset that comes from PMDG since that should never be zero if the SDK is passing data correctly to FSUIPC, but it appears to be. I'm curious how the integration works on your end. Do you make the SimConnect calls no matter what and just copy over any data that comes over, or are you searching for specific AIR files or other triggers to pull the data? Cheers! Luke
  17. I want to report a bug with FSUIPC version 4.962 on Prepar3D v3.4 + HF3 The traffic limiter option interferes with the external lights of the new PMDG 747 v3 How to reproduce: Make sure setting are set to display air traffic and the traffic limiter is set to off (i.e 0) Load up 747 sitting on a runway at any airport at night (I tested at EGLL) Turn on the landing lights Now open FSUIPC and set the traffic limit to a number instead of zero (I set it at 100) After clicking okay the landing-lights of the PMDG no longer illuminate the ground, even though the switch is 'on' ?? Toggle the switch several times eventually restores the external lights, but sometimes it never comes back on? I'm sure this is a FSUIPC bug and not a PMDG one, because disabling FSUIPC from the dll.xml file fixes the problem completely.... I noticed some people on the PMDG forum were complaining of poor external lighting on the 747, maybe this is linked? Thanks
  18. Hi, I am using the paid version of FSUIPC. I am using FSX. I am using desktop aviator circuit boards. The PMDG NGX 737-800 has 4 settings for the left wiper i.e. Park, INT. Low, High. I am having trouble getting all four settings assigned using mouse macro? I can get three settings. I can get all but the Low setting? When I click the mouse there is a window to assign the function at the top left of the page. I assign it but it does not assign to that position? Any ideas? Is there a better way to program this? Second question - I am using mechanical rotary switches - What is better to use, break before you make or make before you break mechanical rotary switches? Thanks for any help? Lee
  19. MOVED FROM FAQ ("frequently asked questions") SUBFORUM! Hello there Pete, I recently acquired FSUIPC4 (the payware version) and ever since that installation my PMDG aircraft (737 NGX, 777 LRX) are experiencing Autoflight issues. LNAV and VNAV, AT and LVL CHG are not responding to whatever is programmed into the FMC. The speed indication on the PFD roughly follows the speed entered into the speedwindow. When I then open up Addons in the FSX taskbar and subsequently open the FSUIPC interface and press: Normal defaults everything responds normally again. Now it is nice to know that there is a cure to my problem, but what causes it? I don't want to have to stop the flight every time I depart from an airport to open up FSUIPC to press Normal defaults. Simulator: FSX Gold SP2 FSUIPC version: 4.959 Cheers, Marc
  20. Hi, is there a way of directly sending events to PMDG through the FSUIPC_Write call ? My program can successfully toggle the Pause control so I know it works using FSUIPC offset 0x262. FSUIPC_Write(0x262, 2, 1, &dwResult); FSUIPC_Process(&dwResult); But it doesn't work if I try to use 0x1123D, which is the event for Left CDU letter 'A' with the LEFT_MOUSE_SINGLE parameter 0x20000000 i.e. FSUIPC_Write(0x1123D, 4, 0x20000000, &dwResult); FSUIPC_Process(&dwResult); I realise I can do it indirectly via calling a Lua script through 0xd6c & 0xd70 or by talking directly with SimConnect. -------------------------------------- P3D v3.4.18.19475 SimConnect v3.4.0.0 FSUIPC v4.959 hidmacros v2.3.0.710
  21. Hi, although I'm pretty new to all this I've managed to control the CDU through the PMDG offsets using both the FSUIPC Buttons & Switches page & through a Lua script. The info is out there but in a few different places so I though I'd post this for reference: Open up PMDG\PMDG 737 NGX\SDK\PMDG_NGX_SDK.h Find the address to write to by adding your event to THIRD_PARTY_EVENT_ID_MIN #define THIRD_PARTY_EVENT_ID_MIN 0x00011000 // equals to 69632 #define EVT_CDU_L_A (THIRD_PARTY_EVENT_ID_MIN + 573) So to write the letter 'A' to the CDU the address is 70205. In Addons/FSUIPC/Buttons+Switches under 'Control sent when button pressed' select <custom Control> & enter 70205. So far so obvious. What was not immediately obvious was the parameter. You might expect to just send a '1'. However, although this appears to work the first time, if you try to send another 'A' char it doesn't. You need to send the left mouse single click value as defined here in the header: #define MOUSE_FLAG_LEFTSINGLE 0x20000000 // 536870912 in decimal I then went on to do this through a Lua script that was called from the external hidmacros program: CDU.lua (Saved in FSUIPC folder: P3Dv3\Modules) : --[[ LUA Script that gets called by a hidmacros script with the key value pressed on the CDU. In hidmacros use the following script: HIDMacros.setFSUIPCInt &amp;H0D6C,4,70205 HIDMacros.setFSUIPCString &amp;H0D70,40,"Lua CDU" Note: The 1st line writes 70205, 'A' key to the FSUIPC ipcPARAM variable. Replace 'CDU' with the name of your Lua script (without the .lua extension) --]] LEFT_MOUSE_SINGLE = 0x20000000 key = ipcPARAM ipc.log("CDU: Sending " .. key) ipc.control(key, LEFT_MOUSE_SINGLE) -------------------------------------- P3D v3.4.18.19475 SimConnect v3.4.0.0 FSUIPC v4.959 hidmacros v2.3.0.710
  22. Can anybody explain step by step how to link FSUIPC, PMDG, and Saitek controls together, to make them all work as they should ? there are a lot of people like myself looking for help with this particular issue and struggling with it. a step by step guide would be much appreciated.please bare in mind that not all people are PC experts. please include a donation link because a lot of flyers would appreciate the work one will do. Regards
  23. Hi I use the "Offset Mapping for PMDG 737NGX" pdf to configure my leds. With the SP of the NGX there are new variables available. This pdf was last revised 7th April 2012. Is there a new document to get offsets for MAIN_annunAP_Amber & MAIN_annunAT_Amber f.e. ? Many happy landings Andi // New variables for SP2 unsigned int COMM_ReceiverSwitches[3]; // Bit flags for selector receivers (see ACP_SEL_RECV_VHF1 etc): [0]=Capt, [1]=FO, [2]=Overhead bool MAIN_annunAP_Amber[2]; // Amber color bool MAIN_annunAT_Amber[2]; // Amber color int ICE_WindowHeatTestSw; // 0: OVHT 1: Neutral 2: PWR TEST bool DOOR_annunFWD_ENTRY; bool DOOR_annunFWD_SERVICE; bool DOOR_annunAIRSTAIR; bool DOOR_annunLEFT_FWD_OVERWING; bool DOOR_annunRIGHT_FWD_OVERWING; bool DOOR_annunFWD_CARGO; bool DOOR_annunEQUIP; bool DOOR_annunLEFT_AFT_OVERWING; bool DOOR_annunRIGHT_AFT_OVERWING; bool DOOR_annunAFT_CARGO; bool DOOR_annunAFT_ENTRY; bool DOOR_annunAFT_SERVICE; bool AIR_annunAUTO_FAIL; bool AIR_annunOFFSCHED_DESCENT; bool AIR_annunALTN; bool AIR_annunMANUAL; float AIR_CabinAltNeedle; // Value - ft float AIR_CabinDPNeedle; // Value - PSI float AIR_CabinVSNeedle; // Value - ft/min float AIR_CabinValveNeedle; // Value - 0 (closed) .. 1 (open) float AIR_TemperatureNeedle; // Value - degrees C float AIR_DuctPressNeedle[2]; // Value - degrees C char ELEC_MeterDisplayTop[13]; // Top line of the display: 3 groups of 4 digits (or symbols) + terminating zero char ELEC_MeterDisplayBottom[13]; // Bottom line of the display char IRS_DisplayLeft[7]; // Left display string, zero terminated char IRS_DisplayRight[8]; // Right display string, zero terminated bool IRS_DisplayShowsDots; // True if the degrees and decimal dot symbols are shown on the IRS display
  24. To fix “Database file missing. Please re-install” message which occurs with original release 1.00.0 please visit the updates section and follow the instructions.
  25. To fix “Database file missing. Please re-install” message which occurs with original release 1.00.0 please: rename the installation folder from C:\...\FS Decelerate\Autobrake-PMDG777 to C:\...\FS Decelerate\Autobrake-PMDG 777 -note that the latter one has a space between the words 'PMDG' and '777', create a folder named 'Data' and copy all the database files (deceltim772LR.dat, deceltim773ER.dat, vref.dat, vref772.dat, vref773.dat) into it. Customers that have not received the serial number, please contact me by private message or via support e-mail!
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