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Annoying problem with CH Throttle Quadrant


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Hi,

I hope someone can help me with this annoying problem :

Whenever I load FS9 or change aircraft, the aircraft loads with it's throttles above idle even though the quadrant throttles are at idle. I then need to advance the quadrant throttles and return to idle for the aircraft's throttles to reset to idle. In a jet, this also takes the aircraft's throttles through the reverser range before returning to idle causing the spoilers to raise which I also then need to reset.

This is not a major issue, but I would appreciate any suggestions on how to prevent this from happening.

I am using CH Control Manager 4 in direct mode and FSUIPC 3.60.

regards

Paul

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Whenever I load FS9 or change aircraft, the aircraft loads with it's throttles above idle even though the quadrant throttles are at idle.

Not sure how that can ever happen merely changing aircraft, but the throttle settings are saved in the FLT files, when you save a flight. Just set them to idle and save a flight, marking it as the one to be default so it loads automatically next time.

Pete

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