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throttle to OFF and IDLE by mouse click


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would be nice to move throttle to idle or off position by mouse left & right click, like tomcat

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Yep, agree, not only in the 18 but in a few other modules as well.

In general, it would be nice if there was a basic list of control standards that all module developer (ED and third party) need to oblige to. (Perhaps/probably there is, but it has gaps)

Would make the DCS experience smoother and more accessible.

Another example would be the left-click/right-click logic for switches up/down and dials left/right.

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Yes. And starting the engines by clicking on the throttles too would be great. 

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