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P3D Yoke/Rudder not recognized

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Hi all

I wanted to setup my Yoke and Rudder with FSUIPC in P3D. All worked well so FSUIPC recognizes the control inputs and I set it up as expected. But as soon as I enter the sim again, nothing happens. No input device triggers a movement of the controls in the plane. The sim is unpaused and everything installed as usual. What do i need to setup differently so the control inputs from my hardware are being used?

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I cannot help you with FSUIPC but P3D has a much improved DirectX interface than FSX and recognizes most controllers and all their buttons.  I prefer having all my controllers axis and buttons assigned in P3D and never had unexpected problems.


Dan Downs KCRP

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Thanks but the strange thing is, that it worked in the past, and since I installed P3D freshly, I get these issues. The controls are recognized everywhere, but the plane controls dont react when I move the hardware. aaaargh....

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22 minutes ago, sesc360 said:

Thanks but the strange thing is, that it worked in the past, and since I installed P3D freshly, I get these issues. The controls are recognized everywhere, but the plane controls dont react when I move the hardware. aaaargh....

I would check out the FSUIPC4 config file to see what controls are listed and calibrated, you could either reinstall FSUipc4 or rename the config file and let it build a new one.

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Have you unchecked controls in P3D? 


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have you changed usb ports recently? If so try this

 

1. Download JoyIDsInstall.exe from this site. http://airgroup51.net/forum/index.php?topic=2435.0

2. Install the program then run it. You should see your connected joystick(s).
 
Double click on the problem one (should highlight green) and click on a different Id# to move it there. This will fix the entry in the Registry. You can move it back again if you wish. It won't affect anything else.
 
Pete

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