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Hello Pete,

I'm successfully using FSUIPC to control entirely my saitek pro flight yoke + throttle quadrants...

As you may know, there is no reverse zone on the TQ, when you pull back the throttle it's like pressing a button... so I'm using the "control to repeat while held" function in order to mimic a repetition of rpessing the F2 key. Which works perfectly.

However, I find that the reverse is too fast, as if the repetition of the F2 key was too fast, is there a way I could slow it down ?

Is there a parameter for the "control to repeat while held" function that could act on the speed of the repetition ?

Thanks

Deniz

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However, I find that the reverse is too fast, as if the repetition of the F2 key was too fast, is there a way I could slow it down ?

Is there a parameter for the "control to repeat while held" function that could act on the speed of the repetition ?

As described in the FSUIPC Advanced User's guide, the "ButtonRepeat" parameter in your FSUIPC.INI [buttons] section(s), controls the button repeat rate, and also the initial delay till it starts repeating. For small increments you could when pull back intermittently which would send just one F2 each time.

Alternatively (or as well), the F2 key is, by default, assigned to "Throttle Decr". FS does supply a "Throttle decr Small" which probably gives you a smaller throttle change per press. So, why not try assigning to the control rather than relying on a keystroke?

Regards

Pete

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