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My throttle doesn't work after Update 1.0.0.3


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vor 36 Minuten, NipsNTurkeyDips sagte:

found a workaround for everyone with single axis throttles. you need to assign your throttle axis to both "throttle1 axis" and throttle2 axis" in msfs settings and then select dual axis and calibrate them in the CRJ EFB. now the throttles move and both N1 and N2 work like they should  

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Assigning only two instead of three axis did the trick for me. Many thanks!

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9 minutes ago, Raffzeit said:

Assigning only two instead of three axis did the trick for me. Many thanks!

With the X52 you only get a single axis throttle in MSFS Controls.

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The update has been confirmed to work correctly by several CRJ beta testers and @Andrea P. . It has now been shipped to Microsoft and now we wait... hopefully they can get this out fast.

 

In the meantime, as a workaround, please assing THROTTLE 1 AXIS SET to your controller's throttle axis instead of THROTTLE AXIS SET. This will work for most. Best duplicate your controller profile and keep the original one as well. It will work again as soon as the update is installed.

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