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Hi Peter,

I got a registered copy of FSUIPC and trying to configure it I'm having a lot of problems.

one of those is when I assign the flaps lever by my CH Throttle Q and following the guide assigning detents

ect., on my B737 PMDG the flaps lever starts to make like a "false-contact". If I open the TQ panel from the PMDG, I see the lever moving back and forward.

I tried to use also the logitech joystick and the problem is the same.

Is there any suggestion you can give me in order to solve this problem?

Regards from Italy

Nico

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one of those is when I assign the flaps lever by my CH Throttle Q and following the guide assigning detents

ect

Did you get it working okay first without detentes? Unless it is properly calibrated without detents then you'll struggle to get the detentes set correctly.

on my B737 PMDG the flaps lever starts to make like a "false-contact". If I open the TQ panel from the PMDG, I see the lever moving back and forward.

That's almost always due to having more than one assignment to the same function, i.e. in this case the flaps. You must make sure it is only assigned in one place -- FS or FSUIPC, never both at the same time.

Regards

Pete

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