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mtjones83

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  1. Hi all, Just in case Mathijs instructions are not 100% clear (as it took me a little playing to figure it out 😊): - "Throttle (cut)" needs to be be set to button 17 with "ON RELEASE" ticked - "Throttle (decrease quickly) needs to be set to button 17 with the Repeat slider set to middle or full You also need to ensure the stick is in "Mode 2" as per the Thrustmaster manual linked by Mopperle. 👍 If you don't put the stick in "Mode 2" then you can only get to 0% throttle past the detent (button 17). Actually - now I've written this; I think the offset config option
  2. Yes I believe so - the throttle quadrant has the mechanical detents but you can also turn them off if you are using it with non-Airbus aircraft! From what I have been able to read so far it really looks like it is going to be a great product. 😊✈
  3. Hi all, Just thought I'd drop the below which Thrustmaster have announced today - perfect for all us Airbus fans! Very exciting to see some reasonably priced but 'authentic' hardware coming to the market for airliner ops. http://www.thrustmaster.com/en_US/Пресса/thrustmaster-launches-its-tca-thrustmaster-civil-aviation-product-range-officially-licensed-a Cheers, Mike
  4. Hi, The exception doesn't improve things unfortunately! 😞
  5. Hi, I'm another one with the .NET Unhanded Exception error. I have the latest v2.1.0.0 as packaged with the latest V5 installer. I'm running the latest Windows 10 build (2004) which might possibly be part of the issue - it only seems in the last few weeks people have begun to see this? I have just built a new PC for P3D v5 so this is the first install of the new livery manager for me - so I don't have anything to benchmark against previously on earlier version of Windows 10. Installation has been run (twice) with AV disabled and with administrator rights. Running the livery
  6. Hi, Would be great to have Jet2 Holidays livery on the A321. These are the ex-Thomas Cook a/c which have now been acquired by Jet2. https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9643381#modal-large-photo Thanks, Mike
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