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Hi just a quick plea for help,

I'm using the mouse marco to use on the tinmouse ii panel to operate switchs on various panels, All works great the only problem is when i reload the 737 the switch's act a bit strange for example i have the F/D mode switch on a rotary switch when i turn the switch left the panel is asigned to - 1 click and turn it right + 1 click when the 737 panel is reloaded after a save the F/D might skip 3 clicks (hope this makes sence) to correct this i have to go into Fsuipc and the asignments and delete the asignment which seems to of saved 4-5 or more times, blank the asignment and the re-asign it to that switch then it works fine again untill the next reload.

Any ideas?

many thanks for your time

Rob

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Any ideas?

Version number of FSUIPC? Version number of FS? Can you show me the Macro file? Are you assigning both in aircraft-specific / profile modes and generically?

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to correct this i have to go into Fsuipc and the asignments and delete the asignment which seems to of saved 4-5 or more times, blank the asignment and the re-asign it to that switch then it works fine again untill the next reload.

but, in fact, if the assignment has been duplicated even once, you could not possibly change it in FSUIPC options, you'd have to edit the INI file.

I don't know what you have going on there, but I cannot help without even knowing which main version of FSUIPC you are using -- please check that it is up to date first. No less than 3.90 or 4.50 (there are later versions in the Updates Announcement too).

Regards

Pete

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FS9

FSUIPC version 3.90 fully registered

Also the tin mouse #2 reverser will not work but if you remove the FSUIPC dll from the modules folder and run FS9 it works fine using a key command.

With the asignments i am deleting the key entry till nothing apperars asigned and then re-asigning it some times i have to hit clear 5 or more times untill it shows nothing asigned to that key or button!

I'm asigning aircraft-specific

This is the Macro file

[Macros]

Module="B732ADV.GAU"

1=F/D MODE up

1.1=RX17750*X6690

1.2=RX17750*X6690

2=FD MODE down=RX17800*X6690

3=FD PITCH down=RX176e0*X8b90

4=FD ALT hold=RX17900*Xa190

5=A/P MODE up=RX19900*Xa090

6=A/P MODE down=RX19870*Xa090

7=A/P HOLD ON=RX197e0*Xa090

8=A/P AIL engage=RX191c0*Xa190

9=A/P ELEV engage=RX192e0*Xa190

10=A/P ALT hold=RX19630*Xa090

11=AUTOBRAKE up=RX1b7c0*Xa190

12=AUTOBRAKE down=RX1b770*Xa190

13=FDC MODE up=RX36890*Xa190

14=FDC MODE down=RX36790*Xa190

15=FDC PAGE up=RX356b0*X8b90

16=FDC PAGE down=RX357d0*X8b90

17=FDC ENGAGE on=RX2f550*Xa190

37=ALT SELECT up=RX2b240*X8b90

38=ALT SELECT down=RX2b320*X8b90

39=BARO PRESURE up=RX2b5c0*X8b90

40=BARO PRESURE dwn=RX2b400*X8b90

41=TRANSPONDER up=RX2ab70*Xa090

42=TRANSPONDER down=RX2ab30*Xa090

43=LANDING LIGHTS=RX1d5e0*Xa100

44=TAXI LIGHTS=RX1d6b0*X8a90

45=APU start=RX1d860*Xa090

46=APU off=RX1d790*Xa090

47=L/ENGINE start=RX1d910*Xa090

48=R/ENGINE start=RX1d950*Xa090

49=STROBE +=RX1dae0*Xa090

50=STROBE -=RX1da70*Xa090

51=ANTICOLLISION=RX1da00*Xa190

52=APU R/H on

52.1=RX372d0*Xa190

52.2=RX372d0*Xa190

53=APU L/H on

53.1=RX37260*Xa190

53.2=RX37260*Xa190

54=APU L/H off=RX37490*Xa190

55=APU R/H off=RX37500*Xa190

56=GEN 1 on=RX37180*Xa190

57=GEN 2 off=RX373b0*Xa190

58=GEN 2 on=RX371f0*Xa190

59=GEN2 off=RX37420*Xa190

60=PITOT A on=RX3b9a0*X8a90

61=PITOT A off=RX3b9a0*X8a90

62=PITOT B on=RX3ba10*X8a90

63=PITOT B off=RX3ba10*X8a90

64=ANTI ICE 1 on=RX3bb80*X8a90

65=ANTI ICE 2=RX3bbf0*X8a90

66=APU 1 on=RX37260*Xa190

67=APU 2 on=RX372d0*Xa190

68=F/D 1 mode up=RX17750*X6690

69=F/D pitch up=RX17670*X8b90

70=Heading +=RX17230*X8b90

71=Heading -=RX171a0*X8b90

72=Course +=RX173f0*Xa090

73=Course -=RX172d0*Xa090

Module1="INS.GAU"

18=IRS 1=R1:X13390*X6400

19=IRS 2=R1:X13410*X6400

20=IRS 3=R1:X13490*X6400

21=IRS 4=R1:X13530*X6400

22=IRS 5=R1:X135b0*X6400

23=IRS 6=R1:X13630*X6400

24=IRS 7=R1:X136b0*X6400

25=IRS 8=R1:X13750*X6400

26=IRS 9=R1:X137d0*X6400

27=IRS 0=R1:X13310*X6400

28=IRS clear=R1:X13870*X6400

29=IRS insert=R1:X13a00*X6400

30=IRS WAYPOINT up=R1:X13b00*X8b00

31=IRS WAYPOINT dwn=R1:X13b60*X8b00

32=IRS MODE up=R1:X13c80*X8b00

33=IRS MODE down=R1:X13ce0*X8b00

34=IRS MANUAL=R1:X13d60*X6a00

35=IRS AUTO=R1:X13d40*X6a00

36=IRS TEST=R1:X13d80*X8b00

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Also the tin mouse #2 reverser will not work but if you remove the FSUIPC dll from the modules folder and run FS9 it works fine using a key command.

FSUIPC will never interfere with any commands unless you've told it to. That's something you've set.

With the asignments i am deleting the key entry till nothing apperars asigned and then re-asigning it some times i have to hit clear 5 or more times untill it shows nothing asigned to that key or button!

Are you talking about Key or Button assignments here? Sorry, you really do have to be more specific. Nothing of what you say is making much sense.

I'm asigning aircraft-specific

This is the Macro file

Okay -- I'll need to see the relevant Aircraft-Specific Buttons and/or Keys sections from the INI file, then. Evidently it isn't anything to do with Macros.

Pete

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