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  1. Hi all, lets try this again. I am still trying to program my buttons thru FSUIPC to disconnect AP or AT. I was told by Dowson that maybe its under "custome control" at top of his button list. I go there and get a little box that wants either those 5 numbers I think are offsets or a hex number?? So I looked at Project M offisets and see this 67591 that says AP Master or on, and I enter that in the little box and hit OK and it shows up on the top box on the right that is for button "PUSH" and hit OK. But nothing works. I go back to the button box and its now back to where I had another AP Master on under PUSH button. Does anyone know why the FSUIPC is not talking to my Project M MCP software/CPflight MCP hardware? Other than not being able to do the AP or AT cutoffs, the Proj M MCP software does talk to my CPflight MCP hardware OK. Thanks
  2. So Project M wrote me about maybe how to fix my problem with not being able to program lets say the AT disconnect button. I am using P3D, PM GC and PMsounds, PM MCP software with CPflight MCP hardware. Can someone in plain english tell me just what to do from what they are saying below here. Where do I get the offset lists for PM and or what do I do with this Ox4Fs value 99. I have never used offsets. Thanks Randy, You need to select the PM offsets from the list, not the FS autopilot offset.Or write to 0x4F2 the value 99, which is a universal AP off command. PM team
  3. So Project M wrote me about maybe how to fix my problem with not being able to program lets say the AT disconnect button. I am using P3D, PM GC and PMsounds, PM MCP software with CPflight MCP hardware. Can someone in plain english tell me just what to do from what they are saying below here. Where do I get the offset lists for PM and or what do I do with this Ox4Fs value 99. I have never used offsets. Thanks Randy, You need to select the PM offsets from the list, not the FS autopilot offset.Or write to 0x4F2 the value 99, which is a universal AP off command. PM team
  4. Cant find this site. Its a dead end.
  5. Thanks. I know he is out and about a lot but it still takes the others a long time to respond to my direct e mails to them each. Besides their tickets, is there a good forum that you know of for Project Mag stuff?
  6. , Hi all, been off this site for a bit building up my 737 P3D link trainer. I use P3D v4, Project M GC, PMsounds, Sateik Panels, and CPflight MCP unit. I can't seem to find a Project M forum (where would that be?), so I thought I would post this here for now. PM staff helped me set up and fix some PM MCP/CPflight hardware problems, but I have 2 main problems right now. One is I cannot ( after auto loading, PM MCP with CPflight MCP hardware auto starting as well) the AT or AP disconnect buttons thru FSUIPC. Before I had loaded PM MCP software, I could program these disconnects thru either P3D controls or FSUIPC. I am running for now the PM P3D 737-800 plane and I do notice when I set AP disconnect thru FSUIPC that when I bring up with the W key,the main MIP of the default PM 737-800, I can see the MCP master flicker along with the disconnect sound, but not thru the PM MCP software/CPflight unit. Is there an ini setting that I have to edit to let P3D or whatever know that the disconnect should be for PM MCP software and not the default MCP? 2. Is how do I bring up from it being hidden somewhere the PMsounds window? I have it auto starting up but when I hold the mouse over the PMsounds icon and see the window, if I click to open it larger, nothing happens. I am getting sounds and such OK. Just cannot get to the PMsounds main window. I assume its hidden somewhere. Thanks
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