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Dougal

X-Plane 11 Controllers?

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Hi guys

I’m trying to setup my hardware controllers for XP-11…

I’m using a CH Yoke, CH pedals, and also Saitek throttle controllers. I want to set multiple levers for the same control.  As in, I want the Saitek controllers AND the yoke axis levers assigned to the same throttle, prop and mixture axis, so I can use either.  XP11 is showing an error message when I try this, but it doesn't seem to work.

Anyone please know if there's there a way around this?

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Hello Dougal : My setup is all CH. Reason for that is plug n play. I  had saitek controllers and gave up on them.My opinion is stick with one brand for your set up. I have had very good luck with  CH. I wish they would come out with a new design.  Good luck!!!!.

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1 hour ago, Paul Deluca said:

Hello Dougal : My setup is all CH. Reason for that is plug n play. I  had saitek controllers and gave up on them.My opinion is stick with one brand for your set up. I have had very good luck with  CH. I wish they would come out with a new design.  Good luck!!!!.

Hi Paul and thanks for reply.

I agree about mixing controllers, but I'm afraid it's a case whatever finances allow just now.

Much as I'm not a fan of CH Products design, I wholeheartedly agree about their 'plug & play' usability. I also LOVE the build quality for the price point.  The CH Pedals I'm using are over 12 years old.  A little 'notchy' but still going strong. The Saitek pedals I had lasted about 2 years!!!

XP-11 used to allow multiple controllers for the same axis, just providing a warning message.  No though, it seems that once an axis is assigned to one lever, it no longer allows a reassignment until that one is removed:-(

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