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DCS Joystick issues with Logi G940


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So for the past 20 hours or so I have been trying to get this G940 setup so I can at least fly with the thing and engage in some combat....but I am at my wits end so I am here to ask for some help.

 

Everything started off mildly ok. I was able to get off the ground, but it still required some tweaking for combat controlls etc.

 

Then everything went haywaire. I have NO idea what I did, but now whenever I use the toebrake the right pedal ALSO controls Y axis on the joystick and left brake is controlling the X.

 

My throttle is doing the same thing. (right throttle is moving Y, left, X)

 

Now, I have cleared ALL categories, even the keyboard commands in BS, as well as deleting all the profiles in the Logitech profiler, to no avail.

 

I also went in and reset all the axis once I had reset all the profiles....also to no avail.

 

I have rebooted several times, to no avail.

 

Tried, repatching BS, to no avail.

 

I'm lost. No idea what to do here. I have read countless threads on setting this thing up, and for my problem they all said to clear/reassign the axis...well I did that...to no avail.

 

PLEASE HELP! I purchased the game when it launched and this is really the first time since then that I have had ANY downtime to even try and figure this out! (guess i work to much :mad:)

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holy cow, i just realized something, i have a stinking suspision i had turned on the game settings for testing....sheesh i cant have been that stupid...yea i could have...lol

 

 

brb, checking

 

EDIT: I think cyberkut hit it head on the nail, checkign now

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Well, that picture shows 2 things set up for Joy X and 2 things for Joy Y. I see they are for "different" controllers (due to the Logitech arrangement of 3 devices), but perhaps that is still the source of conflict. Do the throttle and pedals have other axis available to choose from?

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Well, that picture shows 2 things set up for Joy X and 2 things for Joy Y. I see they are for "different" controllers (due to the Logitech arrangement of 3 devices), but perhaps that is still the source of conflict. Do the throttle and pedals have other axis available to choose from?

 

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