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I have mixture set to RZ on my CH Throttle stick (4th lever from left)

When flying a 3 engine plane (like the Falcon) - I want this axis to be throttle 3.

I have the profile enabled for this plane in FSUIPC 6 - but it also still seems to control mixture at the same time - so when reducing to idle throttle - it kills all three engines.

Anyone know if FSUIPC can (steal) this axis from mixture in P3d and dedicate it to Throttle 3 ?
(I've tried various combinations and it does work T3 but also still provides mixture, which I want disabled in this aircraft)

(the work around I can think of is to delete this assignment in P3D and assign it to mixture via a profile in FSUIPC in any aircraft that need it - trying that in the mean time)

thanks - Julian

Edited by julian46

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Hi,

if you create profiles for the different AC and type series of AC, then only the one is used what you created it for.

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Anyone know if FSUIPC can (steal) this axis from mixture in P3d and dedicate it to Throttle 3 ?

Assigned axis, buttons, keys or functions are not stolen from P3D, they are with FSUIPC assigned to FS/ P3D.

BUT for this you need to have switch Controls in FS/ P3D to OFF, under Controls and in P3D the bottom Others.

Thomas

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Right - thats what I thought based on my initial posting - just unassign in P3d in advance and add to the aircraft profile in FSUIPC as required - thanks for the confirmation
(I've since tried it and it works fine)

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