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7 hours ago, Mark Nelson said:

This may be a dumb question but I downloaded, installed and registered USIPC6, but where is the Client? It's not on the desktop and I can't find it in the USIPC folder.

It is FSUIPC6, not USIPC6.  It means "Flight Sim Universal Inter-Process Communication", referring to its basic and original fundamental purpose of supplying Sim data to other programs.

What do you mean by "client"?  FSUIPC is a DLL module which loaded by and runs inside P3D4 or P3D5.

If you are thinking of WideClient, then that is part of WideFS (a separately purchasable product to FSUIPC), and WideClient.EXE is run on a client PC, linking to FSUIPC across a local network.

Pete

 

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57 minutes ago, Mark Nelson said:

I guess I'm confused between the two. I was thinking FSUIPC6 would allow me to setup/calibrate axis and button controls for a joystick. throttles ect...

Yes. That's certainly a main reason for purchasing it.

Please take a look in the User Guide. There are chapters on those facilities.

Pete

 

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8 hours ago, Pete Dowson said:

It is FSUIPC6, not USIPC6.  It means "Flight Sim Universal Inter-Process Communication", referring to its basic and original fundamental purpose of supplying Sim data to other programs.

What do you mean by "client"?  FSUIPC is a DLL module which loaded by and runs inside P3D4 or P3D5.

If you are thinking of WideClient, then that is part of WideFS (a separately purchasable product to FSUIPC), and WideClient.EXE is run on a client PC, linking to FSUIPC across a local network.

Pete

 

Thank you for the quick response. I guess I was expecting something where I would be able to setup/calibrate axis and button controls.

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Just now, Mark Nelson said:

Maybe I'm not explaining myself very well. In simple terms where do I go to assign button keys and calibrate axis assignments?

In the FSUIPC options, in P3D. As you’d find out very quickly if you read some of the documentation!

Pete

 

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