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FSUIPC Axes occupied incorrectly!

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Hello Mr. Dawson

I hope you can help me with the following question. I have installed a new control unit for my Boeing 737 cockpit. Both axes are detected in the FSUIPC. Unfortunately, an axis has been recognized as a throttle. I can not see how I can clear this assignment. I hope for your help.
MfG Mike

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22 minutes ago, Artwork1964 said:

Both axes are detected in the FSUIPC. Unfortunately, an axis has been recognized as a throttle. I can not see how I can clear this assignment

The axis assignments tab shows what you assigned it to -- maybe a previous configuration? Just assign it to whatever you want it to be. 

Pete

 

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Hi,

first, you posted in the User Contributions forum - please post all support requests in the Support Forum. I have moved your post for you.

I see Pete has just replied...as he says, just re-assign from FSUIPC assignments tab....

John

 

 

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The Throttle axis is externally controlled by an EHID program. The fully motorized Throttle comes from Cockpitsonic.

I would therefore like to delete this assignment in general.

Mike

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Just now, Artwork1964 said:

I would therefore like to delete this assignment in general.

uncheck your assignment (in the axis assignment tab) and save - this will remove the assignment.

John

 

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1 hour ago, Artwork1964 said:

Unfortunately, an axis has been recognized as a throttle

Are you sure this is FSUIPC, and not the FS? FSUIPC will not automatically assign an axis (or 'recognise as a throttle') on a new device. Maybe check the assignments in the sim (or disable controllers in the sim, which is recommended if you are assigning axis in FSUIPC).

Note you can also delete any assignments directly in your FSUIPC ini file, but best to do this when the sim is not running.

John

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