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Rickie Welsh

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hello all, sorry to distract you from the md11 excitement, but does anyone know how to change the 737ng keyboard assignments into the ch products yoke buttons without using fsuipc, some of the assignments are the same as fs9 assignments but i cannot get them to transfer in the yoke buttons. any help would be greatly appreciated as i know from reading the posts that a lot of you are very adept at things as this. richard welsh.

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Hi Richard;It's 12:30 am as Im writing this but I'll give you a short answer. #1. Use FSUIPC, so you don't have to reconfigure your assignments if you fly different aircraft. Best and for me, the ONLY way to go.#2. In the FS9 assignment applet, be sure the box at the upper right indicates the controller you wish to program, e.g. CH yoke, and make all the assigments you wish. Be sure that none are duplicated in any other controller you may have, e.g. pedals, TQ, etc. Each controller can be assigned specific functions.Jim D.

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>Hi Richard;>It's 12:30 am as Im writing this but I'll give you a short>answer. >#1. Use FSUIPC, so you don't have to reconfigure your>assignments if you fly different aircraft. Best and for me,>the ONLY way to go.>>#2. In the FS9 assignment applet, be sure the box at the upper>right indicates the controller you wish to program, e.g. CH>yoke, and make all the assigments you wish. Be sure that none>are duplicated in any other controller you may have, e.g.>pedals, TQ, etc. Each controller can be assigned specific>functions.>>Jim D.Hi Richard,Contrarily to Jim, I don't use FSUIPC. My setup : CH VPP/CH Throttle Quadrant/CH Pro Pedals (all USB)I am perfectly happy with the CH Control Manager (v3.6)The only thing I cannot do is arm the speed brakes in the 737 (old and well known problem...)Which functions are ou trying to implement?Regards,Bruno D.PS : Flying different aircraft isn't a problem for me since I fly only two : either PMDG's 737 or ESDG's CJ1) and I have a separate fs9.cfg file for each.

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thanks Jim and Bruno for your suggestions, i will see what i can do. regards. richard welsh.

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>>The only thing I cannot do is arm the speed brakes in the 737>(old and well known problem...)>>Regards,>>Bruno D.>This can be done with FSUIPCJim D.

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>>>>The only thing I cannot do is arm the speed brakes in the>737>>(old and well known problem...)>>>>Regards,>>>>Bruno D.>>>This can be done with FSUIPC>>Jim D.Hi Jim,I know. I probably need to take the time to find out all the wonderful things FSUIPC can do for you...My point is, I read a lot of critics (not from you) about the CH Control Manager while I think it is a very decent product, relatively easy to use and powerful enough for most of my requirements.Kind regards,Bruno

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>>>>>>The only thing I cannot do is arm the speed brakes in the>>737>>>(old and well known problem...)>>>>>>Regards,>>>>>>Bruno D.>>>>>This can be done with FSUIPC>>>>Jim D.>>>Hi Jim,>>I know. I probably need to take the time to find out all the>wonderful things FSUIPC can do for you...My point is, I read a>lot of critics (not from you) about the CH Control Manager>while I think it is a very decent product, relatively easy to>use and powerful enough for most of my requirements.>>Kind regards,>>BrunoHi Bruno,When I purchased my CH TQ, I attempted to use the CHCM but just couldn't get the hang of it. Not being a programmer, I just found it too diffulcult to set up. With FSUIPC it is soooo much easier and options galore. But if one is happy the way he has it with CHCM, you know the saying, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it".The best to you,Jim D.

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