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Brett Nicholls

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Hello PMDG. I had been flying for quite sometime and coming into land at NZWN at around 2 to 400 feet my mouse stopped working in the 3d cockpit. I could not disengage the auto throttle or anything. Had been great right up until then. I was flying the Virgin Blue with the tail sock. Please can you patch this in the livery. Cheers


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This isn't a livery issue. What type of mouse are you using? USB? Bluetooth?


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Hello PMDG. I had been flying for quite sometime and coming into land at NZWN at around 2 to 400 feet my mouse stopped working in the 3d cockpit. I could not disengage the auto throttle or anything. Had been great right up until then. I was flying the Virgin Blue with the tail sock. Please can you patch this in the livery. Cheers
It´s a driver issue for your mouse./ Leffe

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Hi I'm using a Logitech USB wireless mouse. Cheers


Brett Nicholls

Asus P8p67 Pro, 2500k@ 4.8

8 Gig Gskill CL8

MSI GTX 560ti 880 Mhz

Antec High Current Gamer 750W

Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus with 2 Arctic Cooling F2 fans

 

REX 2 + REX overdrive

PMDG NGX 737

 

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The mouse works outside FSX in Windows, but you cannot turn dials, flip switches, etc?Youre not alone! I have the same problem now and then, even when using different mice.


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I have the same problem, even when using different mice.can tune up but not down on speed, alt, hdg ....Have too tune in 2d panel


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I experienced same problem and solved it! If you flying 3d cockpit, try to look from other side and it will maybe help. (hold shift + ctrl and pres backspace or enter)This happend to me when i flow and I solved the problem like this. I can't promise you that this will work, but you can try!


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Same thing happened to me, the cursor is still there as an arrow but you can't select anything. Does not happen that often but usually happens when I am in a hurry and clicking and changing a lot of knob positions on the overhead very fast. Yes I got the UIAUTOMATIONCORE.DLL fix so it is not the right click bug that is causing it.


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same problem... many thing don't work with mouse and the plane do not respond with many functioon.... saddd

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same happened here for the first time last night to me.. but after sometime it start to work again... strange

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