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Hello

 

 

So I have a question.

 

 

How do I map to go out of iddle position with the throttle? It only works backwards, that means it comes out of iddle, when I put the HOTAS throttle in iddle.

I need something like invert axis, that activates when I come out of iddle, and not go into iddle, with HOTAS throttle.

 

 

Hopefully thats understandable what I meant.

 

 

Thanks

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For what aircraft are you tuning the throttle?

 

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I'm gonna guess your talking about a Warthog throttle.

 

 

Page 22 of the script editor manual - MapKeyR.

MapKeyR works exactly like MapKey, except that the function is activated when the controller button turns “OFF”. You can now send a keystroke when you release a button
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Make sure you're using these bindings,

 

 

Throttle (Left) OFF/IDLE

Throttle (Right) OFF/IDLE

 

 

Yes that worked, thank you! Altought it reacts a bit strange. I have to move 2-3 times out of iddle before it the cockpit throttle reacts.

 

 

Anyway, thank you!

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That's because the cockpit controls need to synchronize with the hardware positions. You can select the option "synchronize HOTAS controls" or something similar.

 

I personally just move the controls a couple times to "wake them up" like you're currently doing. Not that big of a deal for me...

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That's because the cockpit controls need to synchronize with the hardware positions. You can select the option "synchronize HOTAS controls" or something similar.

 

I personally just move the controls a couple times to "wake them up" like you're currently doing. Not that big of a deal for me...

 

 

Ah ok, thought it was a bug.

 

 

 

Thank you very much!

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Yes that worked, thank you! Altought it reacts a bit strange. I have to move 2-3 times out of iddle before it the cockpit throttle reacts.

 

 

Anyway, thank you!

 

To do that properlly you want your throttle to send a button when at Off position, which it does already (you map that button to "Throttle left/right - OFF"), but also send a different when you leave the Off position (you would map that button to "Throttle left/right - IDLE"). I do not know if you can do that with the WinWing software.

 

But you could do that using Joystick Gremlin.

https://whitemagic.github.io/JoystickGremlin/overview/

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