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Hi Pete 8)

I have a problem with my Throttle. I can't seem to make it work like before. See just 2 weeks ago my computer crashed and lost everything. Thank God i kept a back up of all my paywares :lol: . When i go to the Joystick menu for the version 3.53 of FSUIPC i see that the coordinates for my Throttle is -3591 and i can't change this value. So when i'm on FS9 and i'm trying to apply Throttle to all of my planes from Idle, it increases to 100% without me pushing it halfway. What am i doing wrong? Thank you very much.

Manny

ps: my Joystick is a Thrustmaster Topgun AfterBurner ForceFeedback

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I have a problem with my Throttle. I can't seem to make it work like before. See just 2 weeks ago my computer crashed and lost everything. Thank God i kept a back up of all my paywares :lol: . When i go to the Joystick menu for the version 3.53 of FSUIPC i see that the coordinates for my Throttle is -3591 and i can't change this value.

When you say "coordinates" what do you mean, please? Doesn't the "IN" value change as you move the throttle? If not, it sounds like either it isn't assigned in FS, or the sensitivity in FS is set to minimum. Check both. Get it working reasonably well in FS before calibrating in FSUIPC (press the "Reset" button in the Throttle section of FS's Joystick options).

When FS responds okay you can go back to FSUIPC and press "Set" (top left in that section), and then set the values left-to-right by following the steps laid down in the documentation.

Regards,

Pete

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