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Button setup P3D PMDG 777

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Hi All,

I have a home built Yoke and TQ and trying to setup the buttons and switches with little luck.

I have configured the control axis via FSUIPC and that works all fine.

I can't figure out how to set up the following:

A/P Disconnect on yoke

L and R Trim Switches on the Yoke

Mic and Int Buttons on the yoke

Fuel Control Switches on TQ

STAB C & R Norm / Cutout switches on TQ

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

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I have my joystick setup with the disconnect through P3D, no FSUIPC required. 

I used the instructions in this document:

https://s3.amazonaws.com/PMDG_Downloads/file_library/documentation/PMDG_747-400_TRC_Lesson1.ZIP

This is from the ‘downloads’ section on the PMDG website if you want to navigate there yourself, it includes instructions on how to setup TO/GA and AP Disconnect etc. 

 

Hope this helps. 


Johnny Crockett
7700K @5ghz | Asus GTX 1070 | G.Skill 16GB 3600 | P3D V4

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