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Hi Peter,

I'm an avid user of Oleksiy Frolov's Dash-8 (FS2002) and I also registered FSUIPC. I'm running 3.8 and am having trouble with my autopilot. This is not an aircraft related problem, as I have put 3.4 in (a random backup I did) and used that and it works fine. What it does is when I activate my AP, the trim goes from max nose down, to max nose up, and goes back and forth very quickly and doesn't stop until you disengauge it. Any ideas?

Thanks for your time,

Kris Reaville

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I'm an avid user of Oleksiy Frolov's Dash-8 (FS2002) and I also registered FSUIPC. I'm running 3.8 and am having trouble with my autopilot. This is not an aircraft related problem, as I have put 3.4 in (a random backup I did) and used that and it works fine. What it does is when I activate my AP, the trim goes from max nose down, to max nose up, and goes back and forth very quickly and doesn't stop until you disengauge it. Any ideas?

I assume you mean 3.08 and 3.04, respectively?

Can you first try 3.10, now available, just in case?

I am not aware of anything I do which will affect trim or autopilot, but so I can compare your results, perhaps you can enable IPC write logging (in the Logging page of FSUIPC options), and Zip up a Log from FSUIPC 3.04 when it is okay, and one of FSUIPC 3.10 if it is not. I'll try to work out why it should be any different. Please also include your FSUIPC.INI file -- Zip them all up and send to petedowson@btconnect.com.

Thanks.

Pete

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