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  1. Hello, I am a student working on making a Zlin 142 cockpit, and I am having some troubles in finding the right FSUIPC Offset for some switches and instruments. I am using FSUIPC4 with P3Dv4, coding with C#. The Zlin 142 is a piston engine aircraft. The Offsets which i can't find are : Compressor Battery switch (not the Master Battery Offset, it is linked with the Main Switch) Master ignition switch Instruments switch Inverter siwtch Radio Com 1 switch (On/Off) I really spent 2 or 3 weeks searching for the offsets. I a
  2. Merry Xmas Guys, I downloaded the 170/190 model thursday and have noticed a few things in the VC There is a gap in the modeling mesh for the VC exposing the sky addtionly the activation LEDs for the switches on the AP system do not light up when activated, the led is textured however no indication when the switch is toggled the aft cabin vew is a little off,
  3. Hi all, I'm new to this forum and cockpit building in general and had some questions regarding programming mouse macros with FSUIPC: I have physical switches that I want to program with the pmdg 737, when I click "create mouse macro" and try to click one of the switches in the cockpit it dosnt let me. The problem is that whenever i move my mouse, FSUIPC thinks that the mouse movement is what i wish to program. in other words, when i move my mouse it wants to program the mouse movement instead of what i actually want to program. I hope this makes sense. Does anyone have and ide
  4. Hi Pete and everybody else, I'm now using a yoke for my simming, the Saitek ProFlight Cessna. All buttons set but for two on the right hand side. One button is for use in saiteks own profile editor for changing modes to increase the number of commands per switch/button but i'm not using the saitek editor. Can the mode switch be used via fsuipc for the same effect? The rhs on-off-on switch I have set to autothrottle dec and inc, ie left and right with no command on release. My problem is that when on the ground I have unlimited control of the autothrottle value, I can adjust up and down a
  5. Hi there A friend of mine has recomended FSUIPC for programming switches, when looking at his version of it, there seems to be many commands missing. In the default Cessna 172 in FSX the first switch in the lights section is Beacon On/Off (but looking through the list of available commands I could not see this command) is there an easy way to do this? I'm doing my homework before I get too deep in this project, so i know it should all work. Thanks Phil
  6. Hi, I am running a registered copy of version 4.90 :razz:. I am trying to program my FSX through FSUIPC. After downloading multiple tutorials and user guides, I could succeed in many assignements but I'm now facing some situation that I am unable to find an explanation for :oops:. 1. In Buttons and Switches, it is pretty clear except the role and "way to use" the Parameter option associated to a FS Control button. 2.. While assigning to my Thrustmaster MFD Cougar the control "Heading Bug Inc" and "Heading Bug Dec", the steps are by 10 degrees. How to adjust to 1 degree when [button p
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