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Hi Pete,

 

New win 7-64 install with the latest FSUICP4 program.  Throttle and prop levers work fine but mix quivers and will move forward but rapidly returns back.  I tried all I know and checked the levers with calibration and on another fs.  Any suggestions or ideas?  Thank you

Phil

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New win 7-64 install with the latest FSUICP4 program.

 

Please always quote version numbers -- many folks say "latest" meanng "the latest one they noticed". The currently supported version for FSX and P3D is 4.936, for FS9 and before it is 3.999z8 or z9.

 

 Throttle and prop levers work fine but mix quivers and will move forward but rapidly returns back.  I tried all I know and checked the levers with calibration and on another fs.  Any suggestions or ideas? 

 

Is this with FS9, FSX or P3D or some earlier FS? You need to say really.

 

It sounds exactly like a dual assignment. You don't say where you assigned the axes nor to which actual controls. If you are assigning in FSUIPC you should disable controllers in FS to avoid conflicts.

 

You can use FSUIPC's logging to see what is going on.

 

Pete

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Hi Pete,

 

Guess I expected you to have a crystal ball.  I spent the day downloading, installing and reading the forums to get everything working. I wanted to make a flight before going to bed and became frustrated when I couldn't resolve the problem.  Just got in a hurry--sorry.

 

The info you provided set my brain working again and I have resolved the problem.  I thank you for a great piece of software and especially your time and commitment to all of us who use it.

 

Phil

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