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8 minutes ago, Wsavold said:

I’m building an OV-10 cockpit and want to use fsuipc4 mouse macro but it doesn’t seem to work.  Any advise?

In FSX/FSUIPC4 the mouse macro facility relies on the coding of the gauges being strictly to FS2004 C++ programming, using the tools originally provided by MS.  The facility is a 'hack' into the code. Most gauges just aren't coded to suit. In P3D4 and P3D5 the mouse macro facilities depend on new facilities implemented for us by L-M, and are thereby more consistently applicable. It is therefore probable that mouse macros cannot be used with that aircraft.

Try using standard controls where available. If those don't work, try listing available lvars (there is an FSUIPC-added control for this) to see if any of those look applicable for the functions that you want to implement. If you still have problems, maybe create a separate post with the aircraft name in the title and the function you are trying to assign, and other users with this aircraft may be able to assist. Unfortunately, not having this aircraft it is difficult for me to advise.

John

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