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Can't connect the "A/T Arm" with fsuipc_3.60


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Hello, I have now the fsuipc_3.60

With the fsuipc 3.53 there whas no problem but with the new one I can't connect the "A/T Arm" in my 737NG from PMDG... :(

I would need more information to help. There is no A/T Arm facility built into FSUIPC. What are you using? Does whatever it is work with a default aircraft?

Pete

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At the moment I have reinstalled a clean FS2004 and installed the FSUPC version 3.60 and it’s all working ok.

The first time I noticed this problem whas last year when I updated the FSUIPC to the version 3.53, I think is a problem related to the update process.

When I update the FSUIPC I always follow the rules:

First I delete from the Modules folder the FSUIPC.Log , FSUIPC.key , FSUIPC.ini and the FSUIPC.dll then I just copy and paste the new FSUIPC.dll in to the Modules folder.

But always have the same problem, the “Autothrottle Arm Switch (A/T Arm)” stops working in all the planes.

The fist time I thought it was just a coincidence but now I don’t know.

By the way, thanks for this very good FSUIPC, Verry Good Work!!! :D

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The first time I noticed this problem whas last year when I updated the FSUIPC to the version 3.53, I think is a problem related to the update process.

Hmmmupdating is only copying one file (the DLL) into the modules folder. That's it. One little drag and drop. BTW version 3.53 was released this year (Jan 1st actually! ;-) )

When I update the FSUIPC I always follow the rules:

First I delete from the Modules folder the FSUIPC.Log , FSUIPC.key , FSUIPC.ini and the FSUIPC.dll then I just copy and paste the new FSUIPC.dll in to the Modules folder.

Where do you get such ruels? This would mean having to re-calibrate axes, and restore all the button programming and other options the way you like. Not only that, but it also it means re-entering registration details. And the Log is re-created from scratch every time you start FS, so that is totally irrelevant.

Please simply copy new versions of the DLL into the Modules folder, EXACTLY as it tells you in the documentation. It couldn't be simpler. Don't delete a thing. The only thing about deletions is concerned with updating from a VERY VERY old FSUIPC to a new one, because some of the options may change names -- but that really isn't necessary even then, and most certainly hasn't been in the life of version 3.xxx.

But always have the same problem, the “Autothrottle Arm Switch (A/T Arm)” stops working in all the planes.

If you assigned it in FSUIPC then I'm not surprised, as you delete all your settings.

Regards,

Pete

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It’s not really a rule, the problem is my English, is not very good eheheh.

I do that just to clean all the old FSUIPC stuff, I saw it in the pdf manual and I thought it solved the problem.

The first times I updated FSUIPC.dll it was like you recommend, just replace the FSUIPC.dll file, but then and all the times I have the problem and I try to clean all files related to FSUIPC.

The times I had this problem I click with the mouse in the “Autothrottle Arm Switch (A/T Arm)” and the switch turns “On” and then in the next second it always turns automatically “Off”.

I just cant understand what causes this problem… I only know that this problem always appear to me when I updated the FSUIPC.dll , Is possible to be a coincidence I don’t know… :roll:

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The times I had this problem I click with the mouse in the “Autothrottle Arm Switch (A/T Arm)” and the switch turns “On” and then in the next second it always turns automatically “Off”.

There's nothing at all in FSUIPC that touches that unless you program it to.

Regards,

Pete

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