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First i would like to ask where can i find FS9.cfg file because i searched about it but i couldn't find it.

Second thing : i have a registered version of FSUIPC and i brought CH yoke for FS2004 i would like to assign the mixture for spoilers and the prop axis for fuel cut-off or any thing else.

And i would like to say i am a programmer so please help me .

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First i would like to ask where can i find FS9.cfg file because i searched about it but i couldn't find it.

It is one of the questions often asked, but usually over in the FS2004 Forum -- there's a reference to an FAQ there which you will find quite useful in any case. With WinXP the FS9.CFG file is in your system's Documents & Settings folder, under your name then Applications Data\Microsoft\FS9.

Second thing : i have a registered version of FSUIPC and i brought CH yoke for FS2004 i would like to assign the mixture for spoilers and the prop axis for fuel cut-off or any thing else.

You don't need FSUIPC to do this. In fact FSUIPC doesn't provide basic axis assignments. Just do it in FS. Go into FS's menu system, Options, Controls, Assignments. Click the tab to enter the axis assignments and re-assign them there.

And i would like to say i am a programmer so please help me.

You don't need to be a programmer to use standard FS facilities. ;-)

Regards,

Pete

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when i try to assign an axis when i move it FS doesn't respond for it i mean i have to click i button for it to respond what can i do?

If FS is not seeing your axis, then neither will FSUIPC in any case, as FSUIPC only processes FS controls, not axes.

You need to resolve the problem with your joystick first. Is it all working and calibrated in Windows' Game Controllers, or with whatever driver arrived with it?

Also, note that if your have multiple joystick devices connected, FS will see them all -- you will need to select the correct one to assign, using the drop down in the assignments dialogue.

Please use FS's own Help -- I'm sure this stuff is all there someplace. And folks over in the FS2004 forum are really there to helpo with general FS2004 questions like these. I am not so qualified as i use no standard joystick devices at all.

and another question : i would like to make one of them ( mixture, prop ) reverse ? can i ?

Did you look at the assignments dialogue? I think there's a reverse checkbox there. If not it will be in the Sensitivities options in FS. Please check the FS help.

Regards,

Pete

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