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Hi all,

I have a couple of aircraft where when changing the heading, it changes in increments of 10 degrees. Apparently there is a setting in FSUIPC where you can change the increment, but I can't find it.

I have searched this forum and looked at the documentation, but couldn't find anything.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

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I have a couple of aircraft where when changing the heading, it changes in increments of 10 degrees. Apparently there is a setting in FSUIPC where you can change the increment, but I can't find it.

No, there isn't. FSUIPC can't interfere with how specific aircraft interpret FS controls -- and certainly not mouse operations, if you are using the mouse. You could enable the Event logging in FSUIPC's Logging tab, then check the log to see what is being send when you are changing the heading. Maybe something could be fiddled, but otherwise it's a case of a bug report to the aircraft makers.

Regards

Pete

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No, there isn't. FSUIPC can't interfere with how specific aircraft interpret FS controls -- and certainly not mouse operations, if you are using the mouse. You could enable the Event logging in FSUIPC's Logging tab, then check the log to see what is being send when you are changing the heading. Maybe something could be fiddled, but otherwise it's a case of a bug report to the aircraft makers.

Thanks Pete,

Will enable some event logging and see what I can find.

Kind Regards,

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Doesn't Fix Control Acceleration on the Miscellaneous tab fix this in FSX - I was sure that fixed a problem for me.

That;s designed to fix the opposite problem, where a panel is sending so many of its own messages that the fast repeats (hold) of a user press or click don't get seen an an acceleration -- so you only get the small increments, not the bigger ones.

Regards

Pete

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