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Hi Peter,

I'm using your latest version fsuipc350 widefs650.

I want to assign my RP48 buttons to the PM airbus FCU. everything is going well except for the range and mode buttons. I'm trying to assign them to PM ND range inc (or dec) and PM ND mode inc(or dec), and it doesn't work. I tried to assign the rp48 pushbutton instead of the rotary knob but it doesn't work anyway.

is there an offset problem or so? I don't understand. everything is ok with the pm boeing mcp.

best regards,

Stephan

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  • 3 weeks later...

Apologies for the delay in my reply -- as announced in this Forum I've been away with no Internet access from 24th September until 12th October.

I want to assign my RP48 buttons to the PM airbus FCU. everything is going well except for the range and mode buttons. I'm trying to assign them to PM ND range inc (or dec) and PM ND mode inc(or dec), and it doesn't work. I tried to assign the rp48 pushbutton instead of the rotary knob but it doesn't work anyway.

I'm sorry, but this is a question for PM support. All FSUIPC does is toggle or set bits according to the defined PM offsets interface.

There are alternative methods for some of these things, for example, via values written to offset 04F4 (see the PM offsets list on the PM website, and/or my Advanced User's guide), so you might try those. Some things were broken in some PM releases I know, so also check latest builds.

Regards

Pete

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