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All,In case someone else experiences this with the MD-11 and FSUIPC mapped control axes:I was experiencing odd behavior with the throttles in particular mapped through FSUIPC. The throttle levers in the VC would hesitate, sometimes not even respond to inputs until significant movement was made. All had a rubberband effect (delay) or flutter quite a bit, especially the reversers at idle. I had the "fix control acceleration" option on in FSUIPC under the misc tab enabled per the recommendations of another product. I cleared that checkbox and all is back to normal again.Hope this helps someone else,Etienne

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Etienne,I noticed that my flaps and spoiler axes got reversed. I just modify my FSUIPC settings and make them aircraft specific. No problem really.@PMDG: What an excellent add on this MD-11 is! Thank you very much!Ulf BCore2Duo X6800 3.3GHz4GB RAM Corsair XMS2-8500C5BFG 8800GTX, Creative SB X-FiFSX Acc/SP2, Vista 32

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BTW, as far as the MD-11 is concerned, has anyone noticed a difference in mapping axis in FSUIPC using "Direct To" vs. "Normal" modes? I know the LDS-763 prefers the "Direct To" option. Thanks for any advice.

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Ulf,yes, I had to reverse the axes on the spoilers and flaps as well - and make it specific to the MD-11 in FSUIPC 4.3.Al,I use "direct" mode, sending the controls to FSUIPC only. Not using normal mode, and axes are disconnected in FSX of course. I haven't tried "normal" mode - I need to calibrate the deadzone for my CH quadrant in FSUIPC.Cheers,Etienne

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