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in the yoke of of saitek I noticed that three keys that move right left / top down 

They have a guide or you can / need to define what will be using them? 
It's possible to put elevator TRIM? And flaps? And one of them will control the rudder? 
It could be that I get it 
Can possibly (if you can not define offsets In The Yoke) fly without elevator trim? That it will not be comfortable keyboard every second click, same thing with flaps and rudder, How do I set you in the yoke of? Or should I buy the elevator trim separate pedals and Table AP?
Thanks for helpers 

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I use FSUIPC to configure all my controls for my Saitek equipment. I would like to recommend you to pick up a registered copy at Simmarket.com and set up everything via FSUIPC.

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If you want to stick with the FSX controls menu, here are some instructions:

 

Go to the "Settings" menu from the Free Flight screen when you fire up FSX. 

Click on "Controls". 

Click on "Buttons and keys". 

Then, select one of the sub-categories from the drop down menu (Trim would be in "Flight Controls").

When you find something like "Elevator- trim up", double-click it and then click the button on your yoke that you want to set to trim. 


Thanks,

Kevin L

 

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I use FSUIPC to configure all my controls for my Saitek equipment. I would like to recommend you to pick up a registered copy at Simmarket.com and set up everything via FSUIPC.

thanks, i no want buy...

If you want to stick with the FSX controls menu, here are some instructions:

 

Go to the "Settings" menu from the Free Flight screen when you fire up FSX. 

Click on "Controls". 

Click on "Buttons and keys". 

Then, select one of the sub-categories from the drop down menu (Trim would be in "Flight Controls").

When you find something like "Elevator- trim up", double-click it and then click the button on your yoke that you want to set to trim. 

thank you!

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I seem to be having a problem with these buttons.  In FSUIPC, I correctly map them to elevator trim and rudder trim, but it seems like it's doing nothing in game.  

 

Although I've only tested this on an A2A Cesna plane, so perhaps I should try a stock fsx plane.   It currently isn't working for me in the A2A plane, I have disabled all controls in fsx and mapped everything else through FSUIPC

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Ok so the problem wasn't just the A2A it was every plane.  So I just deleted ALL joystick assignments in fsx and works like a charm since im going through FSUIPC

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