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I have a ch yoke from about 1998 and Go Flight throttle quadrant from 2008 or so.  I really don't fly much so haven't had much time to look into details, but I get violent movement  of the throttle when moving it whether I am moving the ch throttle or the GF throttle.  It will basically move about 1/3 the way down and then bounce back to wear I set it to.  I use fsuipc to set throttle.  This seems to have been this way since day of both products and again I never got time to worry about it as it worked ok, but just would like to fix now.

In p3d v4 only the keyboard is set for throttle, none of them are set for ch or GF.


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No one with hints?


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6 hours ago, bic said:

No one with hints?

It sounds as though you have something else (not working through FSUIPC) also assigned to the throttle. Delete any keyboard or other controller settings which apply to the throttle and if you have the yoke AND the Go Flight throttle quadrant connected at the same time, make sure that only one of them is assigned to the throttle.

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