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On 9/10/2017 at 4:39 PM, dekela said:

For the life of me I cant figure this out.. I set my saitek throttles to throttle 1 and 2 axis.

but when I am in the 737 NGX my reverses are starting when I move them!!!

You assigned everything "direct to FSUIPC calibration". So where is the calibration section for the INI?

For the Throttles, if you didn't calibrate at all, or calibrated without checking "no reverse zone" then up to the lower half of the axis movement will be reverse.

Generally the PMDG aircraft doen't work well with FSUIPC calibration. most folks assign to the normal FS axis controls (Axis_Throttle ...) and don't calibrate. Other ways will sometimes induce conflicts in the aircraft because they also read the axis imputs independenty.

Pete

 

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On 9/12/2017 at 4:48 PM, Pete Dowson said:

You assigned everything "direct to FSUIPC calibration". So where is the calibration section for the INI?

For the Throttles, if you didn't calibrate at all, or calibrated without checking "no reverse zone" then up to the lower half of the axis movement will be reverse.

Generally the PMDG aircraft doen't work well with FSUIPC calibration. most folks assign to the normal FS axis controls (Axis_Throttle ...) and don't calibrate. Other ways will sometimes induce conflicts in the aircraft because they also read the axis imputs independenty.

Pete

 

I finally found the issue... checking "no reverse zone" ..;-)

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