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#1 romo27

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Posted 05 August 2019 - 17:05

I'm flying with a Microsoft Sidewinder 3D joystick. I've learned to live with the backwards throttle, but I've found that the slowest I can fly seems to be about 100 kph. I managed to land my plane at that speed, but it seems awfully fast. Is there an in-game adjustment to set my throttle slider so that zero means zero?


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#2 US103_Doolittle

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Posted 05 August 2019 - 17:48

I'm flying with a Microsoft Sidewinder 3D joystick. I've learned to live with the backwards throttle, but I've found that the slowest I can fly seems to be about 100 kph. I managed to land my plane at that speed, but it seems awfully fast. Is there an in-game adjustment to set my throttle slider so that zero means zero?

 

backwards throttle

In OPTIONS / RESPONSES / select THROTTLE from the drop down menu - check the INVERT box - then at the bottom click on APPLY

 

Caveat: Make sure the the ALL PLANES box is UNCHECKED BEFORE clicking on APPLY

 

in-game adjustment to set my throttle slider so that zero means zero

No

 

Did you calibrate your throttle first?


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#3 Jim0265

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Posted 06 August 2019 - 02:06

backwards throttle
In OPTIONS / RESPONSES / select THROTTLE from the drop down menu - check the INVERT box - then at the bottom click on APPLY
 
Caveat: Make sure the the ALL PLANES box is UNCHECKED BEFORE clicking on APPLY
 
in-game adjustment to set my throttle slider so that zero means zero
No
 
Did you calibrate your throttle first?



This will work to fix the backwards throttle, I just got this sorted out today. I had "all engines" attached to a joystick axis, which was what the game was considering the throttle. This is in the drop down menus as described. Once I inverted this control, my throttle axis was back to the traditional "push forward go, pull back stop" setup.

I hope this helps you sort this out.
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