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G940 Logitech and FSUIPC4

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Hello Pete and forum-members,

I just bought your registered version 4.7 and would like to know the following:

a) can I uninstall all G940 software and substitute it by assigning all buttons and axis via FSUIPC?

(of course I will make a backup first)

B) If so, can somebody indicates me where I should start/look first pls? I´m brand new here on this forum and as far as I know I haven´t seen anything posted on this before.

I really hope that it is possible, because I´m not really satisfied with the G940 software and hardware (and that´s an understatement)!

TKS a lot in advance and Best Wishes for Xmas and 2012!

Joop H./GCLP

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Hello Pete and forum-members,

I just bought your registered version 4.7 and would like to know the following:

a) can I uninstall all G940 software and substitute it by assigning all buttons and axis via FSUIPC?

(of course I will make a backup first)

B) If so, can somebody indicates me where I should start/look first pls? I´m brand new here on this forum and as far as I know I haven´t seen anything posted on this before.

I really hope that it is possible, because I´m not really satisfied with the G940 software and hardware (and that´s an understatement)!

TKS a lot in advance and Best Wishes for Xmas and 2012!

Joop H./GCLP

You can certainly assign functions to your controller through FSUIPC4. I use it to assign controls to my

Saitek Pro throttle quadrant switches and axis. I also have an X-45 stick/throttle attached but for that

I still use the "old" Saitek software for assignments as those buttons/switches operate

the "general" controls...gear, flaps, panel veiews, etc.

I would suggest you start by reading the FSUIPC4 documentation. In particular, the "Advanced Users Guide".

I refer to that document on a regular basis when setting up my controls for a new aircraft. It takes more

than one reading, however, as the operations contained in that document will give you a very powerful tool

and as a result one needs to understand things like compound button programming and other features.

My particular applications use FSUIPC4 to assign up to 8 functions to a single switch on some aircraft.

That is to say I have 8 "modes" for a given set of controls for an aircraft. This is accomplished with FSUIPC4.

So, while Pete is away, start reading the documentation :)

Paul

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Hello Paul,

thanks very much for your answer.

I already started with the first manual but then I will certainly continue with the advanced one (the first one for me is already rather advanced!).

It might be of your interest perhaps, but I found another manual (for me very, very straight and comprehensible) via the site "It's Your Plane/resource Centre" :

(http://fsuipc.simflight.com/beta/SIMSAMURAI+FSUIPC+TUTORIAL.pdf)

I really found it a good help to read this one first as an "appetizer"

Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year

Joop H.

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