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Dear Mr Dawson

I have just completed a project to hand-craft dual throttles (modelled off a 767). I have recently purchased FS2004 and

have been told that I am unable to use your FSUIPC software to calibrate the reverse thrust.

Can you confirm that your software is no longer available to an enduser as freeware?

I have downloaded the latest version of the FSUIPC and my interpretation of the user document, is that your

software is still available as freeware to the enduser, if they are not intending to commercialise the product.

This being the case I would like to assure you, that I have no intention to do so, I have just made the throttle

for my own pleasuer.

Can you advise me of my options please.

Kind regards

daryl

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Can you confirm that your software is no longer available to an enduser as freeware?

As documented, it is available as freeware for its true original purpose -- as a successor to FS6IPC for interfacing external programs to FS. I have merely put a price on the additional facilities.

I am afraid that, if the default FS and Windows facilities for joystick calbration are not sufficient for your needs, then there are only two alternatives: either write a driver for them to interface to FSUIPC (for freeware I provide a free key), or purchase a user key for FSUIPC so you have access to all the optional features.

Regards,

Pete

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