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yvon

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Hello to all,

I own a 3.75 registered version and i have been started to first assign axis for both josticks Saitek X52 and Ch Pro Pedals . It is ok for the x 52 ailerons and gouverne however i meet difficulties with rudder pedals for the brakes that apply permanently . The value are as follows :

Left brake ( X ) Delta 256 in 16000 out 16000

Right brake ( Y ) Delta 256 in 16383 out 16383

Your help would be much appreciated to fix this very annoying dysfonctionnment .

PS : I use the option send direct to FSUIPC calibration

Best regards,

Yvon

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Yes i have seen where it is , i am going to try this . FSUIPC seems to be marvellous for settings compared to what FS allows however i meet huge difficulties to read technical english terms , i hope i will patiently succeed :D ! Thank you very much for your kind help .

Yvon

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After restarting FS or making changes in FSUIPC, you may have to tap the toe brakes with your feet to complete the initial USB scan of the toe brakes positions. This also true of many other USB devices such as throttles. Look at the throttle positions when you first start FS, they don't correspond to the lever positions until you move them just a bit. Then they're good to go for the entire time FS is running.

Hope this helps...

AL

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Hello,

Yes this is now settled. Now there are à few things i still do not understand and that perhaps you would not mind explain to me . According to what i can understand reading in the manual and regarding axis assignments the delta value should be more or less 256 but what then should be in and out values , is there standards to beging with ? i think my settings are wrong , for exemple , my rudder, axis Z , has Delta 11963 , IN 0 and Out 1920 .

Thank you very much for your kind help ,

Best regards,

Yvon

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I've alwaysl left the Delta and IN/Out values to the scanned defaults. 256/-16384/+16384 in my particular case. As long as the device appears to be working with a decent level of resolution, I would probably ignore messing with these for right now until you are fully familiar with all of FSUIPC. But, FWIW, if you make the Delta 512, then you would have coarser control (64 positions), if you make the Delta 128, you would have fine control (256 positions) over the range, but with more overhead by increasing the number of position reports of the device to FS.

Hope this helps...

AL

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An additional question if you dont mind. You wrote that standard values should be Delta 256 and IN -16384 Out 16384 . In the axis assignment tab i only manage to bring the Delta value to 256 , if find it impossible to set in and out 16384 values . Are theses to be set later in joystick calibration tab ? Must i just care of Delta setting in axis assignment tab ?

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I believe the values are for display purposes. Depending on the device, yours may be different. I don't recall having ever messed with those on the axis assignments page. Sorry.

AL

Thank you , this point was important for me to know .

Yvon

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