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Hello I am having a hell of a time trying to set the flaps detents. I have P3d v3 and the registered version of fsuipc for that. Under the Axis assignment tab I move my lever and it registers. I set it under axis flaps set. Then I jump to joystick calibration. I see my aircraft type ( leveld 767) and 7 detents. I hit the DT tab per the instruction,but when I move my flaps lever none of the numbers move under the set tabs. I have done this successfully before but I cant remember how. Its driving me nuts. I am using a Leo Bodnar board that is calibrated.

Danny

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Ok so it was indeed a bunk card. I swapped out for a new one and was able to assign my flaps perfectly. However now I am having difficulty setting up my throttles. They are calibrated in windows fine. So lets say for throttle 2 with reversers on same axis, do I assign to send direct to fsuipc or to fs as noraml axis? 

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Hello I am now having a new problem. I am now trying to set my ailerons. ALL axis's are deleted in P3d. I have no problem calibrating the ailerons except on the same page when I move them, the Throttle axis moves!!! I allready have my Throttles 1 and 2 set and calibrated. So now When I start a flight my throttles go full when I move my yoke!. Any help would be great.

 

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Hi,

the problem will "ALL axis's are deleted in P3d.". The reason is that you may have deleted all axes of only one controller, better and suggested is to "Disable Controller" in FS so you don't miss any automatic FS asigned functions.

Thomas

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