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I have assigned flaps increase and decrease incrementally to buttons on my Saitek yoke.  Yet it does not function.  At most I can get from flaps 0 to flaps 1.

I have also assigned the trim and gear to buttons on the yoke and both work.

I have attached my FSUIPC.ini file.

Thoughts/help?

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No ini attached! Could you please add?

Also, can you activate logging for Events (non-axis controls) and Buttons & Switches, and produce a short log file showing you activating the button(s) you assigned for your flaps incr/decr, and also attach that.

 

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Hi,

in case you use an add-on AC those controls don't work.

In case of A320 they have an auto retraction/extraction depending on blow out speed and as well for Flaps 1 = Slats + flaps 1(auto) with speed limit 210 I think. That means FSLabs have their own logic build in and so you will have to use their SDK controls or L:vars.

Thomas

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FSLabs does map the default flaps incr/decr controls to moving the flaps handle, so they should work.

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