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Joystick Profile Form - second column - for what ?

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In joystick profile form you see two column : first column is for joystick button assigned but for what is the second one ?

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Simply to allow you to assign 2 buttons for the same task as far as I'm aware. Maybe when you're carrying out a certain task or manoeuvre, your first choice button is harder to reach for example.

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2 hours ago, 109Sqn said:

Simply to allow you to assign 2 buttons for the same task as far as I'm aware. Maybe when you're carrying out a certain task or manoeuvre, your first choice button is harder to reach for example.

Thanks ! It was very simple but I did not realize...

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30 minutes ago, mz0824 said:

Thanks ! It was very simple but I did not realize...

With a sophisticated piece of software, it's easy to overthink things, expecting something to be more complicated than it is!🙂

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In some cases I have keyboard and a joystick/TWCS setting for the same item - comes in handy for some features.

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Randall Rocke

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14 hours ago, RandallR said:

In some cases I have keyboard and a joystick/TWCS setting for the same item - comes in handy for some features.

Yes, I fully agree with you - I also do the same for some actions.

PS. Thanks to both of you for useful tips !

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