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use FSUIPC to assign specific flap positions in pots?


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hello pete,

i'm new to everything except being a 17"-plus-joystick simmer. so FSUIPC and PM is rather blurry. but i'm on my way to building an NG cockpit starting with the throttles. i'm done with the TQ hardware. i just need to wire it and turn it to a "USB joystick".

i read about that new interface USB joystick board MJoy16-C1. it could be perfect. my only problem is assigning specific positions in the pots for the FLAP and SPEEDBRAKE lever detents - or the reverse thrusts levers even!

i ran into a FAQ. is it true that FSUIPC can take care of this? i just don't fully understand the specifics of doing so.

hope i'll be on my way once i get this resolved.

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my only problem is assigning specific positions in the pots for the FLAP and SPEEDBRAKE lever detents - or the reverse thrusts levers even!

i ran into a FAQ. is it true that FSUIPC can take care of this? i just don't fully understand the specifics of doing so.

Yes. did you check the documentation? If not why don't you simply download the ZIP and read the documentation, see what you think?

Pete

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