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  1. Hello everyone, i have a little issue regarding my thrustmaster tca throttle quadrant: as idle pos is seen by windows 10 as a non-0 position, the result is having a constant 20-30% engine when at idle and idle engine with full reverse (as its value 0 in the axis). I managed to fix this in the fslabs 320 via the detent options but for most other addons the quadrant cannot be use and i need a solution for that. I thought that i could remap my idle axis value to the actual idle pos for reversers. Could that be possible using FSUIPC, i want to be sure i can fix my issue before buying this software
  2. Dear Mr. Dowson, I have been a Flight Simmer and MSFS user since 1990. I have purchased several versions of FSUIPC over the years for use with Joysticks and commercially produced hardware. Most recently, I purchased the latest FSUIPC and WIDEFS. Recently I started building a home cockpit of a Lear 45XR. I have a throttle quadrant built by Throttletek. Obviously I use FSUIPC for the axis connectivity. I use LINDA and Lua for other controls. I am, however, having difficulty with the spoilers and flaps. My hardware uses potentiometers for spoilers and flaps with detents on the hardware.
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