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Hi,

I can't find info on this in the manual. 
I have set up autosave with a for me comfortable interval, which works great.
Is it possible to set it to also trigger a save with the use of a button (without the P3D save prompt, just like the autosave does)? So if I have a certain event or situation I quickly want to save, I just hit a special button on my joystick an in saves so to speak in between the set intervals..? 

Thanks,
Stu

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12 hours ago, Stu Antonio said:

Is it possible to set it to also trigger a save with the use of a button (without the P3D save prompt, just like the autosave does)? So if I have a certain event or situation I quickly want to save, I just hit a special button on my joystick an in saves so to speak in between the set intervals..? 

No this is currently not possible. However, it is something that is relatively easy to add and is useful so, I will add an additional FSUIPC control that manually triggers an auto-save call. This will be for FSUIPC6 (and FSUIPC7) only (FSUIPC5 is now closed for further development). I will look into this in the coming weeks.

 

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2 minutes ago, John Dowson said:

No this is currently not possible. However, it is something that is relatively easy to add and is useful so, I will add an additional FSUIPC control that manually triggers an auto-save call. This will be for FSUIPC6 (and FSUIPC7) only (FSUIPC5 is now closed for further development). I will look into this in the coming weeks.

 

That sounds terrific John, thank you very much!

Stu

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