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Throttle axis problems in PMDG 777 P3D

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I'm having a lot of problems getting the aircraft to use the axis I assign in P3D. I have FSUIPC but I'm just using the calibration feature. 

 

For some reason, some of the throttle axis I assigned only move the engine reverser levers. The rest of the axis don't do anything. The strange thing is when I go to calibrate in FSUIPC, all the throttle axis are correctly assigned (ie: when I move assigned throttle 1, I see the numbers change). I made sure I didn't actually assign any throttle axis within FSUIPC.

 

Also, I don't have this problem with default P3D planes.

 

Has anyone seen this problem before? 


Nicolas Hu

 

 

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Has anyone seen this problem before? 

 

Sorry for not being any help but why dont you just use P3D menu hardware settings works perfectly - personally I could never get fsuipc to do anything I wanted it to do


Rich Sennett

               

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I use the p3d controller settings in the p3d menu and it works perfectly...a lot easier to set up.


Peter Webber

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Thanks for the reply. I actually tried both. Using P3D axis assignments, everthings works except the throttles and spoilers, but using the F-22 everything is fine. When I set up the axis using FSUIPC, I get the exact same thing: no throttle control but everything works perfect using default P3D aircrafts.

 

Update: As a last resort, I removed FSUIPC and everything worked! I'm not sure why FSUIPC was interefering with PS3 since I made sure all the axis and buttons have no associated functions. In any case, all is well here and thank you all for your replies!


Nicolas Hu

 

 

"If you don't think too good, don't think too much" (Ted Williams)

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