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It took some time to get my x52 pro working and relearning how to program it. As I was looking into star citizen there are a few command that I do not understand what it does or how/when to use it .

 
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Control command and what does it do?

 

1) IFCS safeties. 

2) Gforce safeties

3) command level stability

4) ESP

5) Reticle Focus 

6) Reticle mode

7) i heard people talking about decup. How does that work? 

What do those command do for your ship and best way/time to use them? 

Pm me if you can answer some of these command, bit do not want to reply here. 

Thanks 

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