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Hello PDMG! I'm loving this product beyond of what I could've imagined! well done!!!

Quick question: I don't use an axis for throttle and I have my controller buttons assigned via P3D's own control settings to the increase/decrease (F3/F2). It works in all of the default aircraft (including your own 744/777), but not in the 6.

Am I doing something wrong? Should I open a ticket?  Just so you know: the default assignment via numeric keypad (9 and 3) for controlling throttle are not working either.

Thanks!!!

cheers

-E

 


Enrique Vaamonde

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2 hours ago, evaamo said:

Hello PDMG! I'm loving this product beyond of what I could've imagined! well done!!!

Quick question: I don't use an axis for throttle and I have my controller buttons assigned via P3D's own control settings to the increase/decrease (F3/F2). It works in all of the default aircraft (including your own 744/777), but not in the 6.

Am I doing something wrong? Should I open a ticket?  Just so you know: the default assignment via numeric keypad (9 and 3) for controlling throttle are not working either.

Thanks!!!

cheers

-E

 

Do you use FSUIPC at all?


Cheers,
Chris Brand
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hi Chris, no I don't. Thanks!

cheers

-E


Enrique Vaamonde

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Just tried and no issue to use F1to F4 for power control.


Happy flying!
Alexander M. Metzger

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I don't have issues controlling throttle with F1 to F4 keys.

My issue is that the DC-6 throttle control is not working with my current button assignments (joystick and xbox controller both don't work). It's not a configuration issue since these assignments work with other aircraft such as the 777 and 747. Like I said before as an additional finding to my issue: even the numeric keypad throttle controls, which are P3D-default assignment (Num9 and Num3) do not work.

Thanks

 

 


Enrique Vaamonde

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Anyone besides me encountering this issue? I find it frustrating having to use the F1 to F4 keys for throttle control :-(

thanks!

-E


Enrique Vaamonde

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Bumping this... just want to know if this is the intended behavior or should I open a ticket?

thanks

-E


Enrique Vaamonde

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6 hours ago, evaamo said:

Bumping this... just want to know if this is the intended behavior or should I open a ticket?

thanks

-E

I suggest opening a ticket with PMDG since nobody has any ideas


Cheers,
Chris Brand
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13 minutes ago, PMDG777 said:

I suggest opening a ticket with PMDG since nobody has any ideas

Just did that, thank you.

cheers

-E


Enrique Vaamonde

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