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Throttle Movements for A320 / A330 / A340

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I am having problems with PSS-A320 and PSS-A330 / 340. The flight model works fine and everything does what it is supposed to do. My problem is with the throttles. The throttles spool up the engines fine but the throttle stack does not move at all. The auto throttle is disengaged and the different positions can be placed by clicking on the throttle as well as using the plus and minus keys, but there is no fine adjustment with say taxiing to a runway, the throttle position stays in the closed position, even though the engines are obviously increasing the thrust as one can hear the increase in pitch from the engines. I have reinstalled both programs but the problem still remains.Any help would be appreciated.Ps I posted this message a while ago, apologies if this is repeated as I wasn't sure if the post made it.

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It's in the nature of Airbus to make everything as "fly-by-wire" as possible.Actually, there is what you like to call, "fine adjustment":To taxi, I use the F1 (idle cutoff), F2 (incr+) and F3 (decr-) keys. On the A320 Pro, I just need to add just a little thrust (by pressing F2 once, amazing!) and the aircraft starts moving.Don't think the throttle's gonna move though, it's designed that way.(gotAirbus?)

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If you move the trhottles on ground, the engine will spool up.So normally you should see them move.Same in flight, if you disconnect the A/T you can manually move the trhottles to control the engine. so you should see the throttles move when changing the thrust with joystick or keypad.Don't know if that's modelled in the PSS A320GreetingsJan

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