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Hello Pete!

I added Ruder-pedals with toe-break L&R. with the latest driver for Win7/64 bit and Calibrate, assign to FSUIPC registered version. Why would the Elevator trim Show up under the rudder entry in FSX, also the Landing-Gear? Those Buttons are on my Joystick. See Attachment 2&3 please. I did read your documents in the last week again, but I don't understand all of it yet, please be patient. Do I have to clear (delete)all keys in FS Settings-Control when using FSUIPC? Below a Snipped of the Ini-file. Herb

[JoyNames]

AutoAssignLetters=No

0=Saitek X52 Flight Controller

0.GUID={F01F4E20-D31D-11DF-8001-444553540000}

1=Saitek Pro Flight Rudder Pedals

1.GUID={435E3090-D933-11DF-8001-444553540000}

[buttons]

ButtonRepeat=20,10

EliminateTransients=Yes

pollinterval=50

1=P0,8,C66079,0

2=P0,10,C65759,0

3=P0,11,C65758,0

4=P0,2,C65683,0

5=P0,3,C65615,0

6=P0,9,C66080,0

10=P0,20,K32,9

11=P0,19,K85,9

12=P0,21,K73,9

13=P0,22,K81,9

14=P0,29,K80,8

15=P0,15,C66653,0

16=P0,16,C65676,0

17=P0,18,C65680,0

18=P0,17,C65679,0

19=P0,6,C66654,0

20=P0,5,K80,9

22=P0,7,K49,9

23=P0,32,C66415,0

24=P0,34,C65672,0

25=P0,36,C65735,0

26=P0,38,C65671,0

[JoystickCalibration]

AllowSuppressForPFCquad=Yes

ExcludeThrottleSet=Yes

ExcludeMixtureSet=Yes

ExcludePropPitchSet=Yes

SepRevsJetsOnly=No

ApplyHeloTrim=No

UseAxisControlsForNRZ=No

FlapsSetControl=0

FlapDetents=No

ReverserControl=66292

Reverser1Control=66422

Reverser2Control=66425

Reverser3Control=66428

Reverser4Control=66431

MaxThrottleForReverser=256

AileronTrimControl=66731

RudderTrimControl=66732

CowlFlaps1Control=66162

CowlFlaps2Control=66163

CowlFlaps3Control=66164

CowlFlaps4Control=66165

SteeringTillerControl=0

MaxSteerSpeed=60

Aileron=-14006,-418,0,16383

Elevator=-16126,0,192,15584

Throttle=-16384,16383

Spoilers=-16380,16380/16

LeftBrake=-15360,16119/16

RightBrake=-15872,15062/16

Rudder=-12900,-3032,256,15552

[Axes]

0=0X,1,D,0,1,0,0

1=0Y,1,D,0,2,0,0

2=0Z,256,D,0,0,0,4

3=0S,256,D,22,0,0,0

4=1X,256,D,7,0,0,0

5=1Y,256,D,8,0,0,0

6=1R,256,D,3,0,0,0

[sounds]

Path=C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\Sound\

Device1=Primary Sound Driver

Device2=Speakers (High Definition Audio Device)

Device3=Digital Audio (S/PDIF) (High Definition Audio Device)

Device4=Headphones (High Definition Audio Device)

Device5=Digital Audio (S/PDIF) (High Definition Audio Device)

Device6=S/PDIF (M-Audio Delta Audiophile)

Device7=Line 1/2 (M-Audio Delta Audiophile)

[Profile.Joystick]

1=Sludge FX F/A-18A 416 FLTS/NASA

[Keys.Joystick]

1=75,11,66882,0

[buttons.Joystick]

0=P0,12,K75,11

[Monitor]

Display=3

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Why would the Elevator trim Show up under the rudder entry in FSX, also the Landing-Gear?

No idea. I can't explain the default choices made by FS. They are defined in files in the FS folder someplace. You can reassign easily enough though. Check FS help if you don't understand FS.

I did read your documents in the last week again, but I don't understand all of it yet

What is there to understand that you need? If you are wanting to simply calibrate in FSUIPC, just follow the numbered steps. You don't need to read anything else.

Do I have to clear (delete)all keys in FS Settings-Control when using FSUIPC?

Keys? What does this have to do with rudder pedals and such? Keypresses are a totally separate subject. what do you want to do with those?

Below a Snipped of the Ini-file. Herb

Well, you seem to have assigned some buttons and calibrated some axes. And I see you are ASSIGNING axes in FSUIPC too. Any good reason for that?

Certainly, if you assign buttons and axes in FSUIPC you should not also assign them in FS or you will get two, possibly conflicting, actions for each. If you don't want anything assigned in FS just disable the controllers there.

Regards

Pete

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Hello Pete!

I'm trying to setup Sludges (Dream-Team) FA/18 Plane for Carrier Landings. This is a FS Stock plane Modified, new Hud Meatball and more. I like to operate Axis, Button & Switches from my Joystick for easy operation. I almost got it. Thank you for your help. Herbpost-10713-017888300 1287430714_thumb.jp

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I'm trying to setup Sludges (Dream-Team) FA/18 Plane for Carrier Landings. This is a FS Stock plane Modified, new Hud Meatball and more. I like to operate Axis, Button & Switches from my Joystick for easy operation. I almost got it. Thank you for your help.

So, do you have a question?

Pete

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Hello Pete!

I did assign Elevator trim in FSUIPC Option and Settings to Joystick button #2-up and #3-down send to FS, but in FS Settings-Control window, it show as button 3 and 4, also under Keyboard Column, is a Num7 and Num1-- should there a entry at all? This part, I do not understand, when assign with FSUIPC is there a new entry in FS-setting-control window created? Herb

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I did assign Elevator trim in FSUIPC Option and Settings to Joystick button #2-up and #3-down send to FS, but in FS Settings-Control window, it show as button 3 and 4

Windows and FSUIPC numbers buttons 0, 1, 2 ... whilst FS numbers them 1, 2, 3..., so they are the same.

However, you should NEVER have the same buttons programmed in both FS and FSUIPC. If the FS assignments are okay, why are you bothering with FSUIPC? You should delete one set or the other!

, also under Keyboard Column, is a Num7 and Num1-- should there a entry at all?

Of course. Num7 and Num1 are the default keyboard assignments for trim -- they have been for as long as I remember, right back to FS2 or FS3 days for sure.

This part, I do not understand, when assign with FSUIPC is there a new entry in FS-setting-control window created?

There is no way anything you do in FSUIPC will change any assignments in FS. You simply have not bothered to delete any FS assignments. FSUIPC has no control at all over what FS does in these areas -- it is entirely up to you!!

Pete

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