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Hi

I have got FSUICP installed and have a saitek joystick and the proflight yoke. i am using youer system to use both of these at the same time but i am having trouble programming.

Ok so i am running FSX on windows XP i load up a free flight then go into add ons and select FSUICP. Then i go into axis assignments i maneged to program the throttle on my saitek yoke i moved it and it says controller 0 and the axis T which is correct. I then sellected it to contolle throttle in the bottom left hand section. i ignored the right hand side about selecting 10 ranges. is this right because it wont work in flight sim?

Secondly it will now not find any other axis when ever you move anything else it just comes up as T no matter how much i click rescan and when i do click rescan it in normally thier. Please help i really want this to work

Thanks

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Then i go into axis assignments i maneged to program the throttle on my saitek yoke i moved it and it says controller 0 and the axis T which is correct. I then sellected it to contolle throttle in the bottom left hand section.

Selecting the FS "axis throttle" control, or the "direct to FSUIPC calibration" option? It makes a difference.

i ignored the right hand side about selecting 10 ranges. is this right because it wont work in flight sim?

The right-hand side is completrely irrelevant to your needs. If the throttle is not responsive in FS the reason depends on how you assigned it, which you don't say: However, the most likely reason is that you have not calibrated it!

Secondly it will now not find any other axis when ever you move anything else it just comes up as T no matter how much i click rescan

Your throttle is evidently very jittery and thererfore being seen each time. If you read the user guide you would find that to get around this you can use the "ignore" button, so FSUIPC will temporarily ignore the annoying jittery axis whilst you do the others.

Please do read more!

I cannot help further now till Monday as I am away till then.

Regards

Pete

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