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I'm trying to use the old push-pull throttle knob in my PFC-cirrus yoke as a parking brake knob. Pull it out, brakes are on, push it in, brakes are released. Is there any way to set this up via FSUIPC?

Is it seen as an axis in FSUIPC's axis assignments tab? If so, please just refer to the example for this very application in the FSUIPC user guide. It's in the chapter on Axis Assignments, on about the 5th page therein. It's the part related to the "zones" facility, on the right-hand side of that tab.

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Pete

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Hi pete. Just one question. I builded my a320 cockpit with wilco airbus, vrinsight, fscuip registred. I gave a butons and switch functions with fscuip. But i have one problem, i can't find the " master warner function" in fscuip menu fsx functions. How ido that?

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Frederico, Azores, Portugal.

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I builded my a320 cockpit with wilco airbus, vrinsight, fscuip registred. I gave a butons and switch functions with fscuip. But i have one problem, i can't find the " master warner function" in fscuip menu fsx functions. How ido that?

FSX does not itself support any functions related to the Caution system or Fire subsystems. If those are operative in the aircraft then they will be programmed by individual methods specific to that aircraft. I don't know if you'll be able to assign buttons or not, you'll need to check with Wilco or the documentation. Maybe there are keyboard shortcuts, or else you could investigate mouse macro or Local Variable (L:Var) methods.

Regards

Pete

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