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Is there any way to change the sensitivity I have the Logitech extreme 3d pro and am using fsuipc for controls, I can't Evan takeoff or land without my aircraft turning or skidding

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Are you calibrating your controls through FSUIPC or just passing the Axis to FSX?

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im sorry I am a noob and do not understand much about fsuipc all I know is how to put the axis through fsuipc

even a light tap of my joystick will send my aircraft going down

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After you assign an axis to be calibrated through FSUIPC you have to go to the Calibrate Axis tab and calibrate them.  You find the axis that you want to control (rudder, in this case) move it far left, hit the Set button, then far right and hit the other Set button (if you have a null zone enabled you'll have to configure that by just nudging the control a tiny bit left, hitting the middle Set button, moving it a tiny bit right and hitting the same Set button).  It takes a bit of getting used to but you'll get the hang of it.  Play around with it and see what happens.

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I mean I want to set the sensitivity the default fsx controls are not that sensitive but I cannot use it because of windows 8 so I have to use fsuipc also do you know how to set pause at TOD? on the PMDG 777

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I mean I want to set the sensitivity the default fsx controls are not that sensitive but I cannot use it because of windows 8 so I have to use fsuipc also do you know how to set pause at TOD? on the PMDG 777

 

That's what I'm telling you you have to do.  Doesn't matter what the axis is...you do have to calibrate it if you've selected it to go through FSUIPC.  In terms of pause at TOD, I've never used it or looked for it.  If it's not in the Miscellaneous tab, I wouldn't know where to look.

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In the calibration section of fsuipc, there is a response curve slope for each axis which will do exactly what you want.

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Benjamin,

 

You adjust the sensitivity by adjusting the slope control. A negative value will be very sensitive but a positive one will make the axis less sensitive.

 

And Gregg, it's Pete Dowson, not Dawson. :wink:

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I mean I want to set the sensitivity the default fsx controls are not that sensitive but I cannot use it because of windows 8 so I have to use fsuipc also do you know how to set pause at TOD? on the PMDG 777

go to your pmdg introduction manual page 98 and read

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bump

 

Think your post was so important that you expected a reply  in less than 30 min?

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And Gregg, it's Pete Dowson, not Dawson. :wink:

 

Wow...all this time and I always that it was Dawson.  Thanks for the correction.

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