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Hello  Please could I seek some advice, currently using the latest FSUIPC (Unregistered) with a PMDG B747-400 (not FSX) and FS9

Now changing to FSX and PMDG 737 NGX  using CH Products USB 3 lever Yoke for FSX i'll need the registered version of FSUIPC 4.91 I believe has anyone any advice using the same set-up and configuring this type of yoke and the settings for the NGX with the FSX FSUIPC.

Any advice most appreciated

 

                                Many Thanks

                            Richard (Nagoya)

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Hello  Please could I seek some advice, currently using the latest FSUIPC (Unregistered) with a PMDG B747-400 (not FSX) and FS9

Now changing to FSX and PMDG 737 NGX  using CH Products USB 3 lever Yoke for FSX i'll need the registered version of FSUIPC 4.91 I believe

 

Why do you think you now need FSUIPC when you never used it before? I don't think changing to FSX and the NGX makes FSUIPC any more necessary than it was for you with FS9 and the older 737 implementation.

 

Pete

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Hi Pete

good question, I had presumed since now using the FSX & 737NGX with the CH 3 lever Yoke, not having the registered FSUIPC i was losing alot of functionality. In my previous set-up using FS2004 & PMDG B747-4  the yoke set up was fine, now many of the configurations are out of sych for instance advancing the 3 levers on the yoke now results in the engines cutting out, opposed to what they should be doing, reving up, etc; I had wondered if on an aircraft to aircraft basis that the FSUIPC had a major bearing and a registered version to accommodate this Yoke and FSX/737NGX was now the way to config it correctly.

 

Many Thanks Peter 

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... many of the configurations are out of sych for instance advancing the 3 levers on the yoke now results in the engines cutting out, opposed to what they should be doing, reving up, etc

 

Sounds like they are set reversed. FSX, like FS9 before it, has a "Rev" facility for reversing axis direction.

 

I had wondered if on an aircraft to aircraft basis that the FSUIPC had a major bearing and a registered version to accommodate this Yoke and FSX/737NGX was now the way to config it correctly.

 

If you like the facilities FSUIPC offers, then buy it and use it, but a yoke is a yoke is a yoke, and there's no reason why a CH one would need FSUIPC options any more than any other. FSUIPC can certainly enhance your capabilities with any device, but that was just as true with FS9 as with FSX.

 

Pete

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Thanks again Peter, not sure where that can be found, but sounds like the problem even when the aircraft is set on pushback it goes in the opposite direction

Peter do you know by any chance where the Reverse Axis can be located ? 

 

Thanks again Peter great Support !

 

           Richard 

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Thanks again Peter, not sure where that can be found, but sounds like the problem even when the aircraft is set on pushback it goes in the opposite direction

 

Pushback? The FS pushback is not by an Axis, it is Shift+P. If FSX is making your aircraft go forward, straight into the terminal building, then your aircraft is pointing the wrong way and you are looking out the back!!!

 

Peter do you know by any chance where the Reverse Axis can be located ? 

 

Not a "reverse axis"! A checkbox in the axis assignment to reverse the action of the axis! Have you not even looked at assigning axes in FSX yet? The column headed "Reverse" and the checkboxes within stare you in the face, to the right of the axis identification column!

 

If you cannot find your way around FSX you need to refer to the Help.

 

Pete

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