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Hi, I noticed in my .ini file (see example text) a division number e.g., 16 or 24 after the entry for Prop pitch and Throttle settings. Not sure what they are, as the props/throttles appear to work OK.

Also not sure why the number 512 appears twice? I think I calibrated correctly, but maybe missed something. (Getting older by the minute!)

Thanks for your help in understanding this.

KInd regards, George

 

Ini file example.txt

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I've moved your question from the FAQ reference subforum (NOT for support questions)

7 hours ago, grdrew said:

I noticed in my .ini file (see example text) a division number e.g., 16 or 24 after the entry for Prop pitch and Throttle settings. Not sure what they are, as the props/throttles appear to work OK.

Also not sure why the number 512 appears twice? I think I calibrated correctly, but maybe missed something. (Getting older by the minute!)

Division number? Why are you calling it that? They are flags for the options you can set in the calibration pages like No Reverse Zone and 'Rev'. What is concerning you? You don't need to know the encoding for calibration -- just look at the calibration pages in the FSUIPC options.

The -512,512 values define the default 'centre' zone assuming this is used. Again, what is worrying you?

Please always post questions or support requests to the correct place .

Pete

 

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