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Fsuipc y throotle CH

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Good morning: Because once you set it up, you will be thrown CH in FSUIPC5 for P3Dv4. When putting it in any position it is always placed in CL. Thanks greetings

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38 minutes ago, vidielo said:

Because once you set it up, you will be thrown CH in FSUIPC5 for P3Dv4. When putting it in any position it is always placed in CL. 

Sorry, this is not making sense. Can you explain what you are talking about, what your question is?

Pete

 

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Because once you set it up, you will be thrown CH in FSUIPC5 for P3Dv4. When putting it in any position it is always placed in CL. 

Sorry, this is not making sense. Can you explain what you are talking about, what your question is?

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Sorry, I install FS5 in P3Dv4.3, fine. Later I go to configure the throotle of CH, everything is fine in terms of buttons, but the gases once configured as I always do. I go to the plane an A320 of Aerosoft and 64 bits and when I move the controls of the gases I leave them in the position that leaves them always move to the CL position. a greeting

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21 minutes ago, vidielo said:

I go to the plane an A320 of Aerosoft and 64 bits and when I move the controls of the gases I leave them in the position that leaves them always move to the CL position. a greeting

64 bits of what? Do you just mean the P3D4 version?

"gases". Does this mean "levers"? Throttle levers?

What is the "CL" position?

Pete

 

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Good morning Pete. Forgive me but thinking about the solution, I realized that the problem must be in the Hardware of CH. The CL position, is in the throttle of the A320, independently that can put you in any position, you can also be in these fixed positions, IDLE, CL, FLEX and TOGA; this position, "CL" is the one that always takes flight in automatic and "gases" refers to acceleration, more "gases", more acceleration. Well thank you very much for your attention and forgive me again, since I think it has nothing to do with your program. A cordial greeting. Antonio Garcia
 

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