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    Quick FSUIPC Question

    In FSUIPC - Is it possible to program a function on the release of a push button.

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    Program A button do something when a button is pressed, then when the push button is released something else can be programmed to happen in FS?

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    Re: Quick FSUIPC Question

    Quote Originally Posted by alexpilot2008 View Post
    In FSUIPC - Is it possible to program a function on the release of a push button.

    I.e.

    Program A button do something when a button is pressed, then when the push button is released something else can be programmed to happen in FS?

    Cheers,

    Alex
    100% yes yes yes.

    you press the button. select the function for the press (check the box if you want it to repeat while held)

    then select the off function if there is one.

    ie. when holding a button down (F2) reverse thrust is applied and repeated. When letting go of the button a single (F3) is pressed which stops the reverse thrust.

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    Re: Quick FSUIPC Question

    Pete Dawson wrote incredibly detailed and informative docs.
    Even it it looks very techy at first, it is worth reading and re-reading.
    It takes a while to digest and sometimes may look very dense.
    But when you get deep into it you just realize that there is basically nothing that FSUIPC cannot do.

    I highly recommand having it printed as a constant reference document.
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    Re: Quick FSUIPC Question

    Yeah your right there Trev/Jack!

    I have had a brief read of it, will def have a good look at the manual in my own time.

    I have completely ripped apart my first project that contained toggles etc and can't quite remember what else I could do with FSUIPC without opening up FS and having a good look at FSUIPC.

    Anyway cheers guys!

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    See attached Alex:

    That is the area that allows you to do what you were asking. It's self explanatory.
    Just ensure that box is ticked.
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