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Loosing setings while creating Buttons+Switches Profile specific

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Hi there,

On WIN10 64, latest version, P3D 4.5 HF2, FSUIPC5.DLL version 5.152 intermittently after I create a Profile specific for a specific airplane under Buttons+Switches for some reason I loose all the profiles created.

To be noted, because is happening quite often I paid attention and I cannot correlate to windows or drivers updates or computer crashes.

My PC specs Intel Core I9-9900K@5.0 GHz, Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti, Samsung 2 x  850 Evo 500GB, G.SKILL Trident Z DDR4 3200 64GB,WIN10 PRO 64

 Thank you!

Alex

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I've moved you support question to the Support Forum, where it can be answered!

PLEASE ALWAYS POST YOUR SUPPORT QUESTIONS TO THE MAIN SUPPORT FORUM, NOT TO THE REFERENCE SUB-FORUMS!

8 hours ago, a.n.a.n. said:

On WIN10 64, latest version, P3D 4.5 HF2, FSUIPC5.DLL version 5.152 intermittently after I create a Profile specific for a specific airplane under Buttons+Switches for some reason I loose all the profiles created.

All of them? And you have to re-create them all?

We can't help without proper information. Please, next time it happens, find the FSUIPC5.LOG and FSUIPC5.INI files in the Modules subforum, and post them here, describing the last action you performed.

Remember that Buttons & Switches can be assigned for General use or specifically for a profile. The profile for your current aircraft is not necessarily active in Buttons & Switches -- make sure the Profile option at the top is ticked when assigning specifically rather than generally.

Pete

 

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