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  1. Quick update. I went as far as to hook my CH setup up to a new computer - Intel\Nvidia rig as opposed to my AMD\Radeon setup. I plugged the devices directly into the machine to bypass the extension and hub. The same exact issue persists on a fresh install of FS2020.
  2. Thanks for the replies. I did look at the Honeycomb but it's sold out everywhere and the issue is the same with my CH Pedals so I would ideally not need to replace my whole setup. Everything works fine outside FS2020, same experience as Paul here. Definately a software issue. I've tried with and without CH Device Manager, makes no difference. I've tried adjusting sensitivity in FS2020 as well as using external tools, again doesn't help. What's odd is I hear that people with the same setup are running fine so it makes me wonder if there is something in our setups that creates a perfect storm - details on my setup are below: AMD Ryzen 3600X Sapphire Nitro+ RX 5700XT Asus TUF X570 32GB G.Skill DDR4 3600 External USB Sound card in addition to onboard audio CH Yoke, Pedals and throttle running off a powered USB hub & active powered 20ft USB extension 3 Keyboards 2 Mice I have tried disconnecting devices but that doesn't seem to help.
  3. Hi All - I'm having issues getting my CH Yoke and Pedals to work with FS2020. The devices show up in FS fine and I can map controls as expected. It doesn't have automatic mapping but that's not a big issue. When testing sensitivity it appears fine on the curve, however in game movements on the yoke do not translate to flight controls. I have to pull all the way back or forward to recognize input and when it does it throws to to the axis extreme and stays there even when the yoke goes back to neutral In short, inputs do not respond and as a result it's unflyable. I created a youtube video demonstrating this. Any help is greatly appreciated!!
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