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I am using 4859m with windows 7. My controls are MaxFlightSticks. I changed over from aircraft specific to profile specific and have developed a problem. After setting all a/c axis and buttons and switches everything is working fine. When I turn FSX off and restart the buttons and switches on the cyclic stop working, but the control surfaces(ailerons, rudder, and elevator continue to work. The collective buttons and switches continue to work, along with the throttle(torque). I can reset the switches and all will work again until I shut the sim down. In my ini file the highlighted lines show up each time I redo the settings. Those lines will continue to appear with each a/c I redo. I have the axis shut off in FSX. When I go into the control panel it tells me the controls are working properly.

Any help greatly appreciated!

Jerry

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I am using 4859m with windows 7. My controls are MaxFlightSticks. I changed over from aircraft specific to profile specific and have developed a problem. After setting all a/c axis and buttons and switches everything is working fine. When I turn FSX off and restart the buttons and switches on the cyclic stop working, but the control surfaces(ailerons, rudder, and elevator continue to work. The collective buttons and switches continue to work, along with the throttle(torque). I can reset the switches and all will work again until I shut the sim down. In my ini file the highlighted lines show up each time I redo the settings. Those lines will continue to appear with each a/c I redo. I have the axis shut off in FSX. When I go into the control panel it tells me the controls are working properly.

How did you change over from aircraft specific to Profiles? It looks like you have got the INI file settings in a mess. But I can't help unless you showw me the INI file. Please do NOT include almost unreadable pictures of part of the file, just paste the entire content into your message!

Pete

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