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FSUIPC SETTINGS

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Hi everyone , For those of you who set the yoke thru FSUIPC what do you find to be the best setting and most realistic value for thenull zone? 

 

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what do you find to be the best setting and most realistic

 

A lot of simmers ask stuff like this.

 

1. It's pretty subjective.

2. There really isn't a parallel between what you have on your desk to the one in the plane.

3. Its primary use is to nullify any oddities with your yoke, as not all of them sent "center" to the sim when at the centerpoint of the actual hardware. Sometimes the yoke will send a signal saying "slightly left" when the physical yoke is perfectly level. So, widen the null zone to a point where you stop seeing the errant command.

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Patrick, gotta follow this question with another one?  Are you assigning a key command to the TOGA action or are you assigning a button via FSUIPC to invoke a key command?

 

Either way, the 777 and NGX have FMC Options > Simulator > Key commands settings that you use and I believe there is a default setting already in there so just take a look or open the Introduction document.

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Patrick, gotta follow this question with another one?  Are you assigning a key command to the TOGA action or are you assigning a button via FSUIPC to invoke a key command?

 

Either way, the 777 and NGX have FMC Options > Simulator > Key commands settings that you use afrond I believe there is a default setting already in there so just take a look or open the Introduction document.

 

thank you I will have a good look now I am trying to assign a button on my Saitek pro flight Yoke via FSUIPC  

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thank you I will have a good look now I am trying to assign a button on my Saitek pro flight Yoke via FSUIPC  

 

Dan, I looked but could not find  will try again

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Patrick, go to FSUIPC under "Buttons and Switches" press the button on your Saitek you want for TOGA. Click "set key to be sent when pressed" and assign Ctrl+Shift+G. Then go into the PMDG CDU and under keyboard assignments assign Control Shift G to TOGA (It may already be set that way) and you are good to go!

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