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Mouse Macro Created but Not Saved

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Procedure followed: Select plane, then create the macro and  test with tab, named, and press ENTER. Then when I click on FSUIPC macro list it is not there.

Other macros for the same plane ARE in the list.  eg. I made macro for Right irs to NAV  and another for Left irs to Nav. Right macro is in the list  and works while Left macro is not listed.

can anyone help me fix this?

Thanks

Neal Howard

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2 hours ago, oldJ3pilot said:

Procedure followed: Select plane, then create the macro and  test with tab, named, and press ENTER. Then when I click on FSUIPC macro list it is not there.

You need to click "end" macro making in order to get it added. FSUIPC is probably waiting for any other macros you might make for the same file and then to close the macro making session.

Also, like LuaFiles, the Macro list is limited to 127 entries. Check that in the FSUIPC INI.  It applies to Macro (or Lua) files, though. not macros -- so, providing you keep all macros for a particular aircraft in one file, the you should never actually exceed this limit.

Pete

 

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