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Marco Aurelio

No Axis Assignment in Axis Assignment Tab for a Specific Aircraft

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I think that at least in an early version of Airbus X, they definitely did go into DirectX to make the Airbus throttle system "work", because it was not compatible with FSUIPC calibration.

I don't know whether I still have access to the beta forum for AirbusX - probably not, as it will have been closed quite some time ago now - but I do seem to remember that functionality being changed because a lot of people used FSUIPC to assign throttles for everything else.

Ian P.

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I've just logged your sent code. Thanks once more !

Let me try the new Fsuipc.ini for some time and I'll report to you the results. BTW I'm running Airbus X A320/A321 with apparent better results in Preview DirectX 10.... although the page 7 of Volume 1 of the Airbus X documentation advises to Keep it off.



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Are you running Airbus X A320/A321 on FSX in Preview Direct X mode ?

No. DX9.

Maybe your Airbus X installation is simply out of date?


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