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I guess the title is self explanatory :) I have Mousewheel trim enabled, and a sensitivity of 1 works for 90 percent of all my planes. There is one however, that I would like to boost it up to 2 or 3, but just for that one plane. Any way to change that sensitivity on a per profile basis?

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I guess the title is self explanatory :) I have Mousewheel trim enabled, and a sensitivity of 1 works for 90 percent of all my planes. There is one however, that I would like to boost it up to 2 or 3, but just for that one plane. Any way to change that sensitivity on a per profile basis?

There's no direct setting per aircraft, but you can assign a button or keypress to increase or decrease the speed, or toggle it between 1x and 4x. These are listed in the Buttons/Keys assignments as

Wheel trim fast

Wheel trim slow

Wheel trim speed toggle

It should be easy enough to use these to adjust after you've loaded the exception, but if you wanted it automatically changing when you loaded an aircraft you'd need to create a pair of control macros to do the speed toggle and list the appropriate one in an [Auto.] section of the INI file for each aircraft. The [Auto] option was added early last year and is described in the Advanced User's guide.

Let me know if these facilities are not sufficient . I could consider having a copy of the "MouseWheelTrimSpeed" parameter local to an Aircraft's setting -- but which? Button or Keys? I don't want a new section just for Mice! ;-)

Regards

Pete

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