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Dear Pete

I have the CH yoke

as i understand i can use the MIX axis as a reverser

I read in the Advanced User Guide how to do it

but as i am not "an Advance"

i do not understand this:

" Use the chosen name in FS2002.CFG and the relevant number in a new parameter in the [JoystickCalibration] section of FSUIPC.INI, thus:

ReverserControl=

Please advice

Thank you

Adviv

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I have the CH yoke

as i understand i can use the MIX axis as a reverser

You can use any spare axis you like. It's just that FSUIPC comes with the Mixture axis ready-configured for you to use as a reverser.

I read in the Advanced User Guide how to do it

You only need to read the ADVANCED user guide if you want to use a different Axis. Please refer just to the main User Guide. You should read the part that says:

"However, in the case of the Jet Reverser, it is so useful that FSUIPC by default assigns the AXIS_MIXTURE_SET control to this—the standard mixture lever you would use on Prop and Turbojet aircraft. There is a checkbox on Page 7 so that you can have that lever operating as a reversing lever only when a Jet aircraft is in use. "

Sojust check the checkbox.

Pete

P.S. The "numbers" of the FS controls are all listed in my Controls Documents, available on http://www.schiratti.com/dowson, but a few of the more useful ones in this context are also clearly listed in the Advanced Users guide, under the sub-heading "Valid Axis Controls" in bold.

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