tkyler Posted May 22 Report Share Posted May 22 There is no overlap in the code between the condition levers and the power levers directly; however, some other axes drive X-Plane code no matter what and we can't change that...which is why we have to move to other axes. I consider this a Laminar oversight but they have bigger fish to fry and we have more axes to choose from and can save joystick configs, so they're not in any hurry to change this behavior. The prop/throttle code does not share any 'joystick axis' inputs..that is there is no overlap of code; however, it could be that other axes inputs could trigger x-plane code if the hardware is noisy or bumped, which in could trigger my code, thinking there's some other hardware config and cause stuff to move. All I can say is best practice is when it comes to props/throttles is, assign the levers desired and set all unused lever to none (or anything else but prop/throttle)...anything else would be a "I have no idea whats going on". -tkyler Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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