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How can I sincronize the throttles of an aircraft with 2 or more engines?

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from time to time in the FS2002 using a 3D party aircraft the throtthle loose sincronisation. I tried to use the CTRL+E+1+2 and it didnt work. Normaly I have to select the default 737 and go back to the 3d party aircraft.Is it possible to do it in another way? Sometimes with the PSS A320 I

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In FS2K2 assignments, if you have only one throttle assigned, they should be controlled by one controller axis AFTER startup if you use the CTRL E sequence commands.You also could implement checking through the use of FSUIPC. This is a little complicated but it works. Be aware, however, if you also implement calibration and mapping to all engines in an advanced assignment, lowering your control throttle or thrust lever will put the virtual lever at the bottom of its range, either in beta or reverse thrust. In other worlds, using this last feature, flight idle would be above the minimum position of your controller lever without careful calibration.

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To be a little clearer, FSUIPC offers a hotkey for `all` throttle - (I use Ctrl+Shift+E), so you can simply set it and forget it. It does not have any effect on calibration and you don't have any need to go to the calibration controls. It is so much more intuitive than the default Ctrl+E+ numbers I don't understand why MS didn't do it this way.ChasW

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Thank you very much for your help.That solves the problem.regardsJorge Diogo

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