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Hi, hope you're well

 

 

 

after fresh P3D V2.4 installation with the latest FSUIPC, I disable all controlling methods through the sim to make FSUIPC manage all of them.....

 

I've make my Axis's assignments well, but when I come to make my buttons assignments, it work inside FSUIPC interface utility as assigned, but inside the sim there is no action !!!!!!!!!!!!

 

any help guys my flying is stopped !!!!!!!!!!

 

 

 

Thx for the all previous support......

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I've make my Axis's assignments well, but when I come to make my buttons assignments, it work inside FSUIPC interface utility as assigned, but inside the sim there is no action !!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Can you give more specific details, please?  Assignments to what, for instance? Maybe you should try using the FSUIPC Button and Event logging options to see what is going on?

 

If you want more help I'd need to see the LOG and INI files from the Modules folder. You can paste their contents into a message here.

 

Pete

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here is my both LOg file and FSUIPC ini file

 

Hmm. why are they named FSUIPVC4.ini.ini and FSUIPC4.log.log? On disk they should be simply FSUIPC4.INI and FSUIPC4.log.

 

I see you are using LINDA and that is logging errors. Are you assigning your buttons in LINDA? The LINDA errors seem to indicate that it isn't properly installed with all its needed parts. I can't support LINDA myself as I know nothing about it, but I think they have their own support.

 

Apart from telling me about LINDA, the log isn't much use because you didn't bother to enable button and event logging and operating the buttons you are concerned about. Please see my earlier message. I also asked what you werer assigning to that didn't seem to work.

 

I see also that you are using the PMDG MD-11. The PMDG aircraft do not use many FS controls. If you are using FSUIPC to assign to regular FS controls you will need to load a default aircraft to test your buttons on.

 

Looking at the INI file, the only buttons you've assigned in FSUIPC are these:

 

On the "generic USB joystick":

3=R0,2,C65607,0 =Elev trim dn
4=R0,3,C65615,0 =Elev trim up
9=R0,0,C65588,0 =Brakes
 
On the "5-axis 12-button with POV"
8=R6,0,C65588,0 =Brakes (again?)
 
On the Model 2120"
6=P7,19,C65853,0 =Spoilers arm toggle
 
On the "Parking brake"
5=P8,0,C65752,0 =Parking brakes
 
All of these are standard FS controls. Do they work on PMDG aircraft? Test on default first.
 
Pete
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Hmm. why are they named FSUIPVC4.ini.ini and FSUIPC4.log.log? On disk they should be simply FSUIPC4.INI and FSUIPC4.log.

I see you are using LINDA and that is logging errors. Are you assigning your buttons in LINDA? The LINDA errors seem to indicate that it isn't properly installed with all its needed parts. I can't support LINDA myself as I know nothing about it, but I think they have their own support.

Apart from telling me about LINDA, the log isn't much use because you didn't bother to enable button and event logging and operating the buttons you are concerned about. Please see my earlier message. I also asked what you werer assigning to that didn't seem to work.

I see also that you are using the PMDG MD-11. The PMDG aircraft do not use many FS controls. If you are using FSUIPC to assign to regular FS controls you will need to load a default aircraft to test your buttons on.

Looking at the INI file, the only buttons you've assigned in FSUIPC are these:

On the "generic USB joystick":

3=R0,2,C65607,0 =Elev trim dn

4=R0,3,C65615,0 =Elev trim up

9=R0,0,C65588,0 =Brakes

On the "5-axis 12-button with POV"

8=R6,0,C65588,0 =Brakes (again?)

On the Model 2120"

6=P7,19,C65853,0 =Spoilers arm toggle

On the "Parking brake"

5=P8,0,C65752,0 =Parking brakes

All of these are standard FS controls. Do they work on PMDG aircraft? Test on default first.

Pete

Linda is not problem, it gives the error because i switched off my MCP COMBO right now, so its not apart of problem.

About log and ini, this is my edit to attach the file only, dont worry.

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I test the default aircrafts and it won't work !!!!!!!!!!!

 

So, where's the log with Button and Event logging enabled? I can't help you without the information I asked you for!!!

 

And which assigned buttons did you test out of the six?

 

 

Pete

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sorry for the previous mistake, this is my last log file with testing the default aircrafts

 

Please, next time, don't press the "Start new log" button. You only need to use that in a long session, to separate large logs into smaller file sizes.

 

Interesting, this. The controls are definitely being sent ot P3D, but it isn't responding. It is not generating the events internally, that is why no action results. Do you get any events logged when using, say, the mouse or keyboard for these functions. Try and see.
 
I can only think one of two things:
 
1. Some other add-on is intercepting the controls and stopping them being sent on, or
2. Your P3D is corrupted in some way causing this odd symptom.
 
To find out try stopping other add-ons from running. i don't know what else you are using, but certainly, first of all, stop the non-functioning LINDA from starting (rename your ipcReady.lua file).
 
Why are you still using P3D 2.4, by the way? Surely 2.5 is much better, according to all reports. Perhaps you should update now -- that might deal with 2 above.
 
Pete
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Please, next time, don't press the "Start new log" button. You only need to use that in a long session, to separate large logs into smaller file sizes.

Interesting, this. The controls are definitely being sent ot P3D, but it isn't responding. It is not generating the events internally, that is why no action results. Do you get any events logged when using, say, the mouse or keyboard for these functions. Try and see.

I can only think one of two things:

1. Some other add-on is intercepting the controls and stopping them being sent on, or

2. Your P3D is corrupted in some way causing this odd symptom.

To find out try stopping other add-ons from running. i don't know what else you are using, but certainly, first of all, stop the non-functioning LINDA from starting (rename your ipcReady.lua file).

Why are you still using P3D 2.4, by the way? Surely 2.5 is much better, according to all reports. Perhaps you should update now -- that might deal with 2 above.

Pete

They only work when i make keyboard assignment to the buttons it work good !!!!

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They only work when i make keyboard assignment to the buttons it work good !!!!

 

Keyboard assignments where -- in P3D or in FSUIPC? If in FSUIPC, please show me the log. There is no difference in FSUIPC between sending FS controls from a button press and from a key press, they are the same routine.

 

Please also read the rest of my previous reply.

 

Pete

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