Update! MSFS2020 - FSUIPC7 Download - (14.04.2021)


FSUIPC7 v7.0.9 released on 14th April 2021 contains the following changes:
  •   - rebuild against SDK 0.12.0.0 for MSFS 1.15.7.0
FSUIPC7 v7.0.7 released on 18th March 2021 contains the following changes:
  •   - update to starting/stopping [Auto] luas: now started when ready-to-fly
  •   - changes to default stall times
  •   - updates to killing luas to prevent problems when using the com library
  •   - correctuin to transponder offset 0x0354
  •   - correction to monitor functionality

FSUIPC7 v7.0.6 released on 10th March 2021 contains the following changes:
  •   - rebuilt against the latest MSFS SDK v0.11.0.0
  •   - changes to internal re-connection timers
  •   - Java SDK by Mouseviator updated to v1.1
FSUIPC7 v7.0.5 released on 17th February 2021 contains the following changes:
  •   - bug fixed that caused issues loading multiple *.evt files
  •   - New offsets added:
  •     0x0290 - AUTOPILOT ALTITUDE SLOT INDEX
  •     0x0294 - AUTOPILOT HEADING SLOT INDEX
  •     0x0298 - AUTOPILOT SPEED SLOT INDEX
  •     0x029D - APU SWITCH
  •   - increased allowable initial max stall time
  •   - built agaimst MSFS SDK 0.10.0.0
FSUIPC7 v7.0.4 Stable released on 9th January 2020 contains the following changes:
 - fix bug in key assignments to allow assignment to numpad keys with numlock off (PgDn, End, etc)
  - Correction to registry scanning that caused a crash when a non-existant device found
  - initial button delay now working, and improvements for a more accurate repeat rate (esp. with virtual buttons)
  - Further controls added from 0.9.0.0 SDK
  - lua event.cancel() function corrected to cancel all events on the argument function (previously only cancelled first found)
  - Further offsets added:
0x0C10: GEAR CENTER STEER ANGLE
0x0C46: AUTOBRAKES ACTIVE
0c0C47 LIGHT BRAKE ON
  - added command-line option '-auto' that, when present, removes the 'Exit with FS' option and makes this mandatory
(used when auto-starting FSUIPC7 from MSFS EXE.dll)
  - added new ini parameter AdjustNavForMagVar that adjusts the Nav1/2 in offsets 0x870 &7 0x0844 with magnetic variation
  - profile creation update to allow an empty axis profile to be created (i.e. when creating a new axis profile and not importing General axes)

FSUIPC7 v7.0.3 released on 24th December 2020 contains the following changes:

  • new *_EX1 controls added for throttle and prop pitch
  • console window position correction for 0ve values
  • Autobrake offset added for A320Neo (0x0260)
  • reverted pushback direction select control (was reverted due to an SDK error that has now been corrected)
  • offset 0x0278 re-activated (Autocord Set)
  • Re-enabled offset 0x2F58 for write (Fuel Selected Transfer Mode)
  • Increased max parameter allowed for autobrake offset 0x2F80 to 6 (was 5)
  • arrow keys re-mapped for key input to allow assignment
  • added offsets for main control surface slopes (calibration) at offset 0x08A2
  • offsets for ALTITUDE and ATTITUDE FREEZE ON added at offsets 0x081C and 0x081D (although these are currently not populayed correctly for most, if not all, aircraft)

FSUIPC7 v7.0.2 released on 28th November 2020 contains the following changes:

  • Recompiled against MSFS SDK 0.8.0.0
  • Additional pause (sleep) control added
  • add-on controls now correctly annotated
  • allow DontLogThese ini parameter to be used in [Profile.xxx] sections (to be profile specific)
  • Allow MaxSteerSpeed to be set from user-defined offset. Also additional control added to set MaxSteerSpeed
  • List of axes controls updated
  • Alt key modifier re-activated, i.e. can now use as a modifier both when assigning keypresses and sending key presses to the sim
  • Added sim variable AUTOPILOT ALTITUDE LOCK VAR:3 at offset 0x0818
  • Correction to bug in loading macro files that only accessed L:vars (only 1st was recognised)

Installation

Currently no installer is provided. To install FSUIPC7, simply create a folder (e.g. FSUIPC7) and copy the FSUIPC7.exe and FSUIPC7.key files to this folder (or simply move the FSUIPC7 folder created when you unzip to the required location).

If you have previously used FSUIPC, you can also copy and rename your FSUIPC4/5/6.ini file to the FSUIPC7 installation folder as FSUIPC7.ini, and aksi remember to copy any other auxiliary files or folders you may use (.mcro, .lua, .dll, Profiles, etc).

Note that, from this version onwards, the SimConnect.dll is no longer required. If you have already copied that file to your FSUIPC7 installation folder, it can be removed.

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