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On 9/8/2020 at 6:50 AM, Thomas Richter said:

Hi,

you can do this by increasing the max calibrated value manually in the FSUIPC7.ini file, i.e. to reduce the max deflection of Aileron the line in the INI file  would show

Aileron=-16380,-512,512,16380

modified to reduce the max deflection to both sides, can be as well different in either direction, would look like this

Aileron=-20200,-512,512,20200

Those modified numbers will as well show up on Calibration panel. Of course when you use again the Set button to calibrate the Min/ Max positions it is used again the normal Mi/ Max value +-16380.

You can adjust as well those values when the FS is running by changing the INI file and when going into Calibration tab first using the "Reload all settings" button that will reload the settings from the INI file. By the pressing the OK button the changed INI file settings will be used,

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With full Joystick deflection to the modified side

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Thomas

Hi Thomas,

I'm having a hard time understanding how FSUIPC came up with the Out value -7912 in the above. If the old min was -16384, then -16384/-22380 = 0.732.  So I would expect any 'new' In value to be reduced by a factor of about 0.732 (ignoring the -512 offset).  If the input above is -16384, I would expect an output of -16384 * 0.732 = -11993, again ignoring the -512 offset. The value of -7912 is a long way from -11993.

Thanks,

Al

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10 minutes ago, ark1320 said:

I'm having a hard time understanding how FSUIPC came up with the Out value -7912 in the above. If the old min was -16384, then -16384/-22380 = 0.732.  So I would expect any 'new' In value to be reduced by a factor of about 0.732 (ignoring the -512 offset).  If the input above is -16384, I would expect an output of -16384 * 0.732 = -11993, again ignoring the -512 offset. The value of -7912 is a long way from -11993.

I'd need to see the slope setting to check. You are assuming it is set linear. Maybe Thomas, like myself, prefers a  flatter centre at the cost of a sharper extreme.

Haven't you tried it to check yourself?

Pete

 

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