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If a profile specific aircraft section does not have a specified [AXES.xwz] section, does it automatically use the [AXES] specification in the general, non-profile section of the FSUIPC.ini file?

Thx,

Al

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  • ark1320 changed the title to [AXES] Specification

No problem. Just remember that by default, all general sections are loaded. Then, if there is a profile, buttons and key sections are loaded and replace/augmented the general sections (i.e. general section assignments apply unless changed in the profile). Axes and calibration sections work differently - if there is an axes profile section, the general section is dropped and the profile axes section is loaded and used exclusively, and the same with the calibration sections. If no profile axes (or calibration) section is present, then the default/general section will be used.

Just FYI.

John

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3 hours ago, John Dowson said:

No problem. Just remember that by default, all general sections are loaded. Then, if there is a profile, buttons and key sections are loaded and replace/augmented the general sections (i.e. general section assignments apply unless changed in the profile). Axes and calibration sections work differently - if there is an axes profile section, the general section is dropped and the profile axes section is loaded and used exclusively, and the same with the calibration sections. If no profile axes (or calibration) section is present, then the default/general section will be used.

Just FYI.

John

Good info!

Thx,

Al

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