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Hi Pete,Thanks for your work in Flight Sim! Here are my specs, Windows XP-Pro ,Century of flight 9,Wilco Airbus,PFC Cirrus II, FSUIPC 3.865,and PFC driver 2.3.0.7. I have been able to get the thrust levers to function,thru FSUIPC,but using the twin engine jet quadrant,I cannot get my reverse ,or spoiler levers to show up under axis assignment.Thanks from Jim

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Here are my specs, Windows XP-Pro ,Century of flight 9,Wilco Airbus,PFC Cirrus II, FSUIPC 3.865,and PFC driver 2.3.0.7. I have been able to get the thrust levers to function,thru FSUIPC,but using the twin engine jet quadrant,I cannot get my reverse ,or spoiler levers to show up under axis assignment

Why aren't you using the PFC driver facilities? The FSUIPC axis assignment should not be needed at all, all the standard needs are catered for in the PFC driver already.

And do please test on default aircraft. I really cannot support complex add-on aircraft as I have no idea what they do. Get it working on default aircraft and, when it is, contact the add-on support to find out why it doesn't work on theirs.

Regards

Pete

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The PFC utility's are a no go.

What does that mean? :shock: For all the standard analogue axes on a digital PFC system you should be using the calibration facilities in the PFC.DLL. FSUIPC cannot see tham in any case unless the PFC driver can read them.

Sorry, you are not making sense to me. Please go back to square one. Look in the Modules menu, select the PFC entry. You should get a dialogue box come up in which you can calibrate and assign the yoke, the pedals and brakes, and the 6 axes on the throttle quadrant, for which you can choose an existing configuration or make your own. Make sure you select the Cirrus console in the console options. You shouldn't have to use FSUIPC for any normal axis use whatsoever.

Please check inside the PFC Zip file. You'll find a User Guide for the PFC driver which explains all the options at your disposal. I think you must be missing all this, somehow. :-(

Shouldn't the other controls(Spoiler and reverse levers) on my twin jet quadrant show up in FSUIPC?

All axes can be seen by FSUIPC but you shouldn't be using them. Why are you using FSUIPC even for those when they are supported in the PFC driver?

It works on default A/C.

Sorry, but If it works on default aircraft then the problem you have is with the add-on aircraft. I've no idea what the add-on aircraft is doing. You need to talk to their support about that.

Regards

Pete

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