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FS9FSUIPC 3.135 or 3.14Trying to assign a new keystroke command CTRL+SHIFT+; to the MCP CWS A command causes a crash to desktop.

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>FS9>>FSUIPC 3.135 or 3.14>>Trying to assign a new keystroke command CTRL+SHIFT+; to the>MCP CWS A command causes a crash to desktop.>>A follow-up: The new command was retained properly and does function. But any attempt to change values causes FS9 to crash, even though they're obviously written successfully.

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I'm unable to reproduce this. Are you in flight or on the ground?Aaron

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>I have the same problem.>It happens in flight only on my computer>DavidOn the ground in my case.

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Tim!Do you double click on the assignment you want to change? I've had this happening when double clicking on the key assignment list during beta testing. No-one else could reproduce this. But highlighting the assignment and using the change button seems to work without crashes. Please keep us posted on this!Cheers,

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>Tim!>>Do you double click on the assignment you want to change? I've>had this happening when double clicking on the key assignment>list during beta testing. No-one else could reproduce this. >>But highlighting the assignment and using the change button>seems to work without crashes. >>Please keep us posted on this!>Cheers,Consider it reproduced - double-clicking causes the problem, using the "change" button works ok.

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