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Hello All,

I'd like some help setting up the reverse thrust in my thrustmaster warthog. I currently have a button in the thrust levers set to act as continuous reverse thrust but I noticed that there is a "pull and go back" motion on the warthog throttles but the thing is, fsuipc is not reading any change in the values as if it's not moving (even when I am). this is just for the reverse thrust as my normal thrust is working perfectly.

 

Thanks all !

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8 minutes ago, Hussam Abu Baker said:

I noticed that there is a "pull and go back" motion on the warthog throttles but the thing is, fsuipc is not reading any change in the values as if it's not moving (even when I am).

Where are you seeing that it is "not reading any values"?

If part of the axis movement gives no change to the INput values, then there is no part of the actual axis there. The Saitak throttle quadrants are like that. The reverse area is marked in red, but pulling back there just presses a button. Users assign that butto to F2 to engage reverse thrust when pressed (with repeat enabled), then to a control to set idle thrust again on release.

Pete

 

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20 minutes ago, Pete Dowson said:

Where are you seeing that it is "not reading any values"?

If part of the axis movement gives no change to the INput values, then there is no part of the actual axis there. The Saitak throttle quadrants are like that. The reverse area is marked in red, but pulling back there just presses a button. Users assign that butto to F2 to engage reverse thrust when pressed (with repeat enabled), then to a control to set idle thrust again on release.

Pete

 

Thanks a lot Pete,

you made me realize that the reverse detent is actually a button and that's why it wasn't recognized as an axis ! it works like a charm now.

 

Thanks a million !

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