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Autothrottle disconnect key assignment

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Hi,

Is there a key assignment for autothrottle disconnect? I'm looking in the Key Assignments options page and searching 'autothrottle' only brings up 'arm' and 'TOGA'. I'm looking to assign it a key so when flying the QW 787 I can disconnect on finals.

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I might be wrong but Arm should work both way

However QW787 is a (sort of) complex aircraft thus it uses it's own system. While as I remenber some of it's AP function can be manipulate via default key assignment, most of them are working based on it's own system, and can be access via lua script.

If you want set that 3 function on joystick button then you can use LINDA via it's QW787 module, but if you want do it via keyborad, then you'll need some work with FSUIPC and lua script then

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3 hours ago, C2615 said:

I might be wrong but Arm should work both way

I think once TOGA is engaged you need to use the TOGA control again to cancel. But I could be wrong -- it's a long time since I programmed my cockpit!

Instead of using a Lua script you can just set the offset to zero using an Offset Dword Set assignment, parameter 0, for offset 080C (TOGA) or 0810 (ARM).

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51 minutes ago, Pete Dowson said:

I think once TOGA is engaged you need to use the TOGA control again to cancel. But I could be wrong -- it's a long time since I programmed my cockpit!

Correct. Same command toggles TOGA. CTRL+SHIFT+G or assigned.

 


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Correct me if Im wrong, but I have always used (by default) Shift+R key to disconnect the ATHR.

 

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