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FSUIPC 5.12 : Joystic calibration - L/R brake


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FSUIPC 5.12 : Joystic calibration - L/R brake : Once the minimum value has been set the max value cannot be set and vice versa (if the max value has been set the minimum cannot be set ) - clicking on the "Set" tag  (after the min or max have been set ) produces no result along with the characteristic "bing" sound if something is not applicable in windows

 

PS:  this works normally in FSUIPC 4

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2 hours ago, aircos said:

FSUIPC 5.12 : Joystic calibration - L/R brake : Once the minimum value has been set the max value cannot be set and vice versa (if the max value has been set the minimum cannot be set )

You must set the minimum value numerically less than the maximum.   In ALL calibration tabs, values increase from left to right. -1 is less than +1. If you want it the other way around, just set REV to reverse the axis first.

This has ALWAYS been the case in all versions of FSUIPC since Calibration facilities were added, before FS2004 days.

BTW the currenly supported version of FSUIPC is 5.121a. Version 5.12 is out of date.

Pete

 

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