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Hi,I am using Microsoft Force Feedback 2 joystick. Whatever the case, at times when I am piloting the plane, my throttle ... always when I push up and/or down, only one engine moves.Meaning to say, when I increase throttle, only my left engine throttle goes up, casing my plane to move right. Vice versa to the right engine.What cause the problem? A bug in the game or?Thanks in advance ...

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The easiest way to correct that, is to load up the default Cessna, (or any single engine aircraft), shut it down, and the re-start. There are other ways, but this is the easiest. What's probably happened, is you used the Shift+E1 2, etc to start a multi-engined plane. This usually ends in a disconnected throttle situation.Darrell

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>The easiest way to correct that, is to load up the default >Cessna, (or any single engine aircraft), shut it down, and >the re-start. There are other ways, but this is the >easiest. What's probably happened, is you used the Shift+E1 >2, etc to start a multi-engined plane. This usually ends in >a disconnected throttle situation. >Darrell So it's a bug eh?

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No, it's not a bug. It's a matter of how you start your engines. It's been this way since FS98, and maybe even earlier, since FS98 was my first experience with flight sims.Darrell

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Hi Drobson...> The easiest way to correct that, is to load up the default Cessna, > (or any single engine aircraft), shut it down,and the re-start. > There are other ways, but this is the easiest. What's probably > happened, is you used the Shift+E1 2, etc to start a multi-engined > plane. This usually ends in a disconnected throttle situation.>DarrellI do that exact same thing; also, if I get into an aircraft, such as those that automatically start up when loaded, I usually go the Cessna, shut all batteries/generators down, then go back to the plane I started with. FS usually "remembers" the settings as the .CFG file is updated, and I can start a power-up sequence from scratch.Good idea you have there about the engines throttle!Stanley

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