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Dear Pete,

i find from my friend a rudder pedals. I was surprised to find that the pedals are made by two separate poentiometers which control one or the other rudder pedal. In your opinion, how can I assign the function of the rudder to two separate axes? the function that I found in FSuipc is that of the rudder for only one axis (from the classic -16383 - 0 - 16383).

Thankyou and merry christmas,

Simone

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i find from my friend a rudder pedals. I was surprised to find that the pedals are made by two separate poentiometers which control one or the other rudder pedal.

Are you sure there's no switch to make them one, or an option in the Game controllers for thatr device? I'm pretty sure they all have such.

... how can I assign the function of the rudder to two separate axes? the function that I found in FSuipc is that of the rudder for only one axis (from the classic -16383 - 0 - 16383).

If there's no other way, you can actually assign both pedals to rudder, in FSUIPC assignments, but you'd then need to use the facilities described in the section headed Additional parameters to scale input axis values in the FSUIPC advanced user's guide to get one assignment of the two giving a reverse 0 to -16384 reading and the other the 0 to 16384 reading (or any similar values -- the calibration can spread them too).

Regards

Pete

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