My FSUIPC axis is drunk

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Draqi
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My FSUIPC axis is drunk

Postby Draqi » Mon Jun 08, 2020 11:13 am

Hi everyone,

Since yesterday, my FSUIPC is confusing axis. My "left brake" assigned on my rudder, controls ailerons. I tried to remove all axis from P3D controls and reset all my FSUIPC axis and macros.

Even if, I assign for exemple my rudder left brake to... "left brake" axis, the problem is still here ! It's brakes on the left but I can see my ailerons moving too.. And on "joytisck calibration" in FSUIPC it looks like it but I did the right thing on "axis assignment".

Have you guys any idea ?

Thanks for you help

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DaveCT2003
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Re: My FSUIPC axis is drunk

Postby DaveCT2003 » Tue Jun 16, 2020 6:20 pm

That is an interesting one. From your post, it's not clear if you checked and verified your control settings and are still seeing that behavior?

Regardless, I would delete the Prepar3d.cfg and the Standard file located in the Roaming folder (Standard file is located in the Control folder).

KevinKaessmann
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Re: My FSUIPC axis is drunk

Postby KevinKaessmann » Sun Jun 21, 2020 11:09 am

Maybe duplicate axis definitions in FSUIPC and the sim itself ?
Definitions for FSUIPC-used controllers have to be cleared in the P3D settings "controls" section
(FSUIPC works independent of the P3D control settings).


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