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when i use the AT (auto throttle) in an aircraft and then disconnects it i have to move the joystick-throttle a bit to make it react.

That shouldn't be necessary unless you want to change the thrust. If you have to waggle it a bit before it does anything, that's wrong. Are you sure it isn't just your throttle going to sleep? Make sure you have Power Management turned off in Windows -- Control Panel, System, Device Manager, check the Properties of all the USB hubs.

is there a way to make the throttle automatically set the value when disconnecting an auto throttle using fsuipc?

When you disconnect the A/T the system should maintain the last setting. That's the point -- same as elevator trim. If it automatically set whatever was left on your controls it could cause a nasty accident. Of course in the real aircraft the A/T would be moving the motorised throttle to the correct place all the time. To emulate that without a motorised throttle you could move it manually to the approximate place, a guesstimate, before releasing A/T. This is particularly important during approach and it's always worked well for me. ;-)

Regards

Pete

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