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Just tested quickly with a logitech 3d pro with nozzle control mapped to buttons. I found during a landing attempt that at zero throttle I couldn't change the nozzle angle. Later on on the ground, with the nozzle at 80 I couldn't move the nozzle even with full throttle. This problem only occurred with buttons; I was able to move the lever no problem with the mouse.

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Just tested quickly with a logitech 3d pro with nozzle control mapped to buttons. I found during a landing attempt that at zero throttle I couldn't change the nozzle angle. Later on on the ground, with the nozzle at 80 I couldn't move the nozzle even with full throttle. This problem only occurred with buttons; I was able to move the lever no problem with the mouse.

 

Ok. Will check.

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RAZBAM, this module is a winner :D

 

Yes, I've noticed the nozzles are ad-hoc unresponsive using the keys.

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The strangeness with nozzles is, if you hold in the nozzle down key for say 3 seconds after the nozzles reach zero. You have to hold in the nozzle up key for 3 secs before it responds. Which makes you think it’s not working, because it’s not instant. If that makes sense?

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The strangeness with nozzles is, if you hold in the nozzle down key for say 3 seconds after the nozzles reach zero. You have to hold in the nozzle up key for 3 secs before it responds. Which makes you think it’s not working, because it’s not instant. If that makes sense?

 

 

 

I have the same problem. I'll try the 3 seconds rule. :D

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Beside the "3 seconds", sometimes the lever is blocked and doesn't reapond to the keys (mapped or from keyboard). Giving even a small movement with the mouse restores the keys functionality.

 

Not able to reproduce the causes at the moment.

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This appears to be a problem with bounding / bounds checking. It appears that when using the button mappings, when the nozzle gets to one of the bounds (0deg/100deg), it doesn't prevent you from "increasing/decreasing" the nozzle angle, even when mechanically the nozzle can not move.

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Fixed for you guys in the next update

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