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This was always a complete mystery for me. Never could make the sequence work. Things like shift E 2 for doors.

After reading the FSUIPC for advanced users and keys/buttons programming I got the impression that this sequences are only supported in joystick button programming, is that right?

In FS2002 I used the Lago FSassist but now I have to use shift P and couldn't get the proper left and right.

Thanks

José

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This was always a complete mystery for me. Never could make the sequence work. Things like shift E 2 for doors.

After reading the FSUIPC for advanced users and keys/buttons programming I got the impression that this sequences are only supported in joystick button programming, is that right?

In FS2002 I used the Lago FSassist but now I have to use shift P and couldn't get the proper left and right.

Sorry, I don't understand much of this question, insofar as it relates to FSUIPC. There are no sequences in either FSUIPC key or button programming, only combinations, unless you use a key press combination to set a flag which can then be a condition in a button setting.

I don't know anything about doors, I never open or close them I'm afraid (that's the steward's job! ), and isn't Shift P to do with FS's Pushback? What has FSAssist to do with this?

FS has always used sequences of key-presses for many things. The first key selects the mechanism, the next one or more operate it. Like E for Engines, followed by 1, 2, 3, or 4, or any or all of these, to select engines to be operated. Similarly M followed by + or - to change the Magneto switch, R + or - to change the Sim Rate, etc etc.

But FSUIPC only deals in single keys, or combinations.

Regards,

Pete

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