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Not without external software. It would be possible to do with TMs Target, for example, but not in game.

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Not without external software. It would be possible to do with TMs Target, for example, but not in game.

 

 

 

Thanks cichlidfan.

With Saitek x52 pro I can assign different key mappings and change them on the fly but what I'm looking for is to change the joystick curve sensitivity on the fly. I think this can only be done in DCS by pausing the flight and going into controls?

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I think this can only be done in DCS by pausing the flight and going into controls?

 

AFAIK, that is correct. In TM Target, you actually would not change profiles but execute a command within the running profile to alter the curve (Target profiles have commands, unlike SST, for defining the joystick curves) at the push of a button.

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AFAIK, that is correct. In TM Target, you actually would not change profiles but execute a command within the running profile to alter the curve (Target profiles have commands, unlike SST, for defining the joystick curves) at the push of a button.

 

 

 

Thanks for the clarification.

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There is something similar which can be done for the Logitech G940 with the Logitech profiler software. But as said with TM Target, it's an external program.

 

 

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There is something similar which can be done for the Logitech G940 with the Logitech profiler software. But as said with TM Target, it's an external program.

 

 

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I have the Logitech 300S with their gaming software...could that do it?

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I thought about the 123 button on the G940, but I don't know for the 300S, sorry.

In addition, I wonder now if curves can be changed on the fly with buttons. An "alt tab " procedure could probably do it, but immersion won't be good

 

 

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I thought about the 123 button on the G940, but I don't know for the 300S, sorry.

In addition, I wonder now if curves can be changed on the fly with buttons. An "alt tab " procedure could probably do it, but immersion won't be good

 

 

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Oui, merci pour votre repond!

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