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I have some very good add-on aircraft that I would like to use I am using the new FSUIPC tool and when I start a flight it shuts everything down I need everything on at start. It can't start engines etc with some aircraft because this mod shuts down controls that I might not be able to turn back on because on/off functions don't exist. Is there a way to stop this from happening?

CJ

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I have some very good add-on aircraft that I would like to use I am using the new FSUIPC tool and when I start a flight it shuts everything down

"New FSUIPC tool"? Which 'tool' is that? FSUIPC itself will never do anything it isn't told to, so it can't possibly shut everything down on its own. So what tool are you using with it? Why not simply stop using that 'new tool' if it doesn't do what you want it to?

I need everything on at start. It can't start engines etc with some aircraft because this mod shuts down controls that I might not be able to turn back on because on/off functions don't exist. Is there a way to stop this from happening?

It sounds like you've saved a default flight with everything shutr down, so naturally FS loads it back that way next time. Just find the flight in your documents \ Flight Simulator files folder and rename it or delete it, to force FS to load its normal default flight.

Or select an aircraft which is equipped correctly for switching everything on and starting engines (like most default aircraft), start everything and save a new default flight.

Pete

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