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FSUIPC and nosewheel steering, rudder pedals, elevator trim keys

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If I want to control this without a joystick, which parameters will correspond in the section: Key press & release?

For pmdg i found only rudder pedals left and right, only it works...

How to switch the steering wheel control and elevator trim using the keyboard?

without a joystick,just a keystroke left or right for nosewheel steering and up or down for elevator trim...

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oh it's too hard for me😐

I need more simpler push functions😎

I already found these keys without SDK and calculating the control numbers, these two parameters: rudder pedals and elevator trim via FSUIPC:

rudder.jpg

 and

trim.jpg

 it works well;)

Now I have to find only one parameter: which button is responsible for turning on\off the nosewheel steering...

 

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On 12/13/2019 at 12:22 PM, niksan29 said:

If I want to control this without a joystick...

You spent a great deal of money to buy the PMDG aircraft plus an even greater amount on your computer. Buy yourself a joystick. Flying without either it or a yoke is a non-starter.

Depending on your budget one of these would be okay although Thrustmaster are highly recommended.

https://gameslearningsociety.org/best-joystick/


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On 12/16/2019 at 4:44 PM, niksan29 said:

Now I have to find only one parameter: which button is responsible for turning on\off the nosewheel steering...

I don't know if there is a button for that! If there is a button/switch or something in the cockpit itself that controls this, then you could look into using a mouse macro to do the same. Otherwise, the standard controls for nosewheel steering are Steering Set, Steering Inc and Steering Dec.  You could assign these to keypresses, maybe one for the increment, another for decrement and a third for Steering Set with a 0 parameter.

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