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Hello Pete wanted to know if the FSUIPC handles the settings of the PFC yoke is the first official captain.

Er, sorry, I don't understand the question.

If your yoke is a game port or USB one recognised by Windows, then who made it is totally irrelevant to FSUIPC. You can calibrate in Windows and assign in FS -- that's the first thing to do in any case. If you want to calibrate in FSUIPC do that when you are sure everything is okay in FS. If you want to assign in FSUIPC do that before calibrating in FSUIPC, and make sure you tell FS not to use it.

If your yoke is connected via a PFC throttle system or one of their other digital controllers, and connected via a serial cable (or serial cable with USB adapter), and not recognised in Windows, then it is driven by the PFC driver I provide -- PFC.DLL for FS9 and before, PFCFSX.DLL for FSX and later.

when I do the values that are set to one and not two yoke

Sorry, I don't understand what you are asking here either. "When do I do" what? You can't "do values".

FSUIPC last version

That means nothing. The last version you saw somewhere? The last version you downloaded? Please always give numbers.

Regards

Pete

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