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Thrustmaster T-Stick HOTAS and PMDG 737 NGXu not working correctly under P3Dv5


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Hi Pete/John,

After I installed the latest build of PMDG's 737 NGXu (July 4, 2020 version) I ran into a throttle problem using these 737s under P3Dv5HF2. No way I can get the throttles to work correctly, no matter how much effort I put in calibrating them in the correct way. (See attachments). The weird thing is, that I don't run into these problems with the same 737 NGXu version in P3Dv4.5HF2. My joystick is a Thrustmaster T-Flight HOTAS, operating system is Windows 10 x64 latest version. 
Also I am running the latest versions of FSUIPC 6.0. Can you give me a hint please what I might be overlooking or might be doing wrong? If you need more information, please let me know and I will happily send you all info needed.

Thanks,
Hans van Wijhe

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53 minutes ago, hvw said:

After I installed the latest build of PMDG's 737 NGXu (July 4, 2020 version) I ran into a throttle problem using these 737s under P3Dv5HF2. No way I can get the throttles to work correctly, no matter how much effort I put in calibrating them in the correct way. (See attachments). The weird thing is, that I don't run into these problems with the same 737 NGXu version in P3Dv4.5HF2.

Are you using the common FSUIPC6 install for both P3D4 and P3D5?

Assuming so, your FSUIPC settings will be the same for both. (If not you should copy the INI file from one to the other).

Since then there'll be no difference in either the NGX or FSUIPC, the difference much be in P3d. And the most likely is a conflict with P3D settings. Check that you definitely have controllers disabled in P3D5.

Pete

 

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