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Guys, I have an extra analogue axis (usb slider dx with a lever), that I want to use as a reverser control. The procedure I will be using is as follows: the throttle - to IDLE (I have a single one already calibrated properly in FSUIPC for the dead zone), then flip the position of the slider to activate the REVERSER control.

Please advise how I can I assign my axis to the Reverser control in the Axis Assignment Tab of FSUIPC 4.09? In the list of the set controls I can't find anything relevant to the reverser.

Another idea, which is good but less attractive, is to assign a certain zone of the slider to sending permanently F2 key while in the zone. Is it possible?

Many thanks for your answers.

Ig.

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Please advise how I can I assign my axis to the Reverser control in the Axis Assignment Tab of FSUIPC 4.09? In the list of the set controls I can't find anything relevant to the reverser.

You won't find any reverser in any list of FS controls, because it isn't FS which supports a separate reverser but FSUIPC. Please see the section

Assignment of additional controls

(Reverser, Aileron and Rudder Trims, and Cowl Flaps)

in the FSUIPC4 Advanced Users Guide for details.

You need to de-assign the axis altogether in FS assignments and instead Assign it in FSUIPC's Axis Assignments. Select the

Send direct to FSUIPC Calibration

option checkbox in the Axis Assignments, then choose the Reverser from the drop down controls listed.

You then need to go to FSUIPC's axis calibrations, find the reverser and calibrate it.

Regards

Pete

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