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Pete,

I aquired the CH throttle quadrant at the recent show in Brum. I wilsh to configure the area behind the detents to act as reverse thrust selectors. Is this possible with FSUIPC? Currently working in 4 engine mode with spoilers and flaps, it works out of the box having configured FS for those axes, but can't figure out how to get reverse thrusters going. Pointers for this would be gratefully received.

Regards,

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I aquired the CH throttle quadrant at the recent show in Brum.

Ah, we probably passed each other that day! :)

I wilsh to configure the area behind the detents to act as reverse thrust selectors. Is this possible with FSUIPC? Currently working in 4 engine mode with spoilers and flaps, it works out of the box having configured FS for those axes, but can't figure out how to get reverse thrusters going. Pointers for this would be gratefully received.

There are apparently two ways to do this -- there are already several other threads here about it, in fact. But your best bet is to read the stuff Bob Church has written. Try the CH Hangar:

http://www.ch-hangar.com

Regards,

Pete

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Pete,

I guess we did :D . A blooming good show. I was on the Knight Air stand and had a great time talking to all.

I have followed the pointer you gave and gome to this URL http://home.att.net/~stickworks/ aka Stickworks. I should find what I need through that as I have both the CH manager and a full FSUIPC to play with.

Thanks for the pointer.

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(2 days later)

Indeed the document contained in cmnote02.zip written by Bob Church explained it perfectly and now the reverse thrusters deploy. A quick precis is to download and install the CH manager software, calibrate device through this and then program with FSUIPC. Couldn't be simpler once you know where to look.

Cheers.

Simon.

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