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Saitek Pedals With Saitek Pro Flight Yoke

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Has anyone complimented their pro flight yoke with throttle quad with the saitek pedals? I am having issues using the pedals as every time I engage left/right rudder, I see flaps effects as well. Is there some configuration I'm missing that will lock the pedals to just rudder and ground wheels control only?

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Nevermind.. it's amazing how much you learn when you read the freakin manual. Sorry for wasting everyone's time who viewed this post...For those who haven't read yet:

From the main Flight Simulator 2004 splash screen, choose the Settings option, this can be found in the bottom left handcorner of the screen.Once in the settings page, first click on the Assignments button, this will take you to the controller assignments screen.On the controller assignments screen you will first need to click on the Joystick Axis tab.Next click on the drop arrow called Joystick Type next to the box in the upper right of the screen. When the arrow ispressed a drop-down menu will appear listing all the game controllers connected to your PC. In this list you will see theSaitek Pro Flight Rudder Pedals. Click on this controller - the menu will now disappear and the Saitek Pro Flight RudderPedals will appear as the entry in the joystick type box.Next, in the assignment list in the middle of the page, scroll down until you find the entry on the left, that says Left BrakeAxis. Next to the left brake axis there should be an entry that says Left toe, and next to this there should be a box that hasa tick in it. If it does not, hover over the box with your mousepointer and left click - a tick should now appear in the box. Youalso need to carry out this procedure for the Right Brake Axis.Once this is done click on OK to go back to the main settings screen.From the main setting screen click on the sensitivities iconFrom the Controller - Sensitivities page click on the drop arrow next to the box called Joystick Type in the upper right of thescreen. When the arrow is pressed a drop down menu will appear listing all the game controllers connected to your PC. Inthis list you will see the Saitek Pro Flight Rudder Pedals.Click on this controller and the menu will now disappear and bereplaced by the Saitek Pro Flight Rudder PedalsOn the screen you will see Simple and Advance radial buttons, Make sure the Simple radial is selected - if not move yourmouse over the radial buttonand left click - a dot will appear in the radial.Just under and to the right of the simple radial button, you will see two sliders, one marked Sensitivity - all axes and theother marked Null zone - all axes. Move the sensitivity slider all the way over to the right and move the null zone sliderabout 3% down the slider, as in the picture below. To move theslider, simply left click and hold on it and move to desiredsetting.Once this has been done click OK to go back to the main settings screen. From here you can choose an option from themenu on the right of the page

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