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Removing a joystick from LINDA

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Hi guys,

I recently purchased a JetMax 737 throttle and I have been using LINDA for a long time now in all of my switch panel modules.

I have a problem with using JetMax 737 on Linda, as it sends unvolentary electric pulses, which makes it like all the time a button is being pressed. Therefore, I cannot have access to the other panels I am using, and hence no switch is turning on or off because of that.

The only solution to solve it is to delete the throttles completely from the LINDA Joystick list - as I dont really need it anyways.

Is there any way to delete a joystick from the LINDA list?

Thanks for all helpers

(I am using LINDA 2.6.6 btw)

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Hi guys,

I recently purchased a JetMax 737 throttle and I have been using LINDA for a long time now in all of my switch panel modules.

I have a problem with using JetMax 737 on Linda, as it sends unvolentary electric pulses, which makes it like all the time a button is being pressed. Therefore, I cannot have access to the other panels I am using, and hence no switch is turning on or off because of that.

The only solution to solve it is to delete the throttles completely from the LINDA Joystick list - as I dont really need it anyways.

Is there any way to delete a joystick from the LINDA list?

Thanks for all helpers

(I am using LINDA 2.6.6 btw)

Welcome to the LINDA forum. I am unsure I understand what you mean by the involuntary pulses being sent. Are you wishing to keep the Jetmax 737 joystick connected to your PC but not have LINDA recognise it? If you update to LINDA 2.8.1 it provides the option to disable certain joysticks/devices. I am not sure whether this will stop the Jetmax overloading LINDA as it will still receive all button pushes (intentional or sporadic) received via FSUIPC4.

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