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Heya from a newbie:

Just purchased XP11 together with a joystick for my macbook pro (newest os). All works fine, unless I try to fly a 2 engines plane: Although calibrated in the right way, only one throttle is reacting when using the joystick. Even when I change the settings or re-calibrate everything, only engine 1 is working, not no.2. Did I miss something or is it a bug?

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answered by (19.3k points)
It sounds like you have the throttle axis set to "throttle 1". If you only have one throttle axis on your device, it needs to be set to just "Throttle" to control ALL of the throttles. It will then work for single engine & multi engine planes without needing adjustment.
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Hi jroberts,

when I try to calibrate my joystick in X-Plane( on Mac) for some reason it doesn’t see the thrust lever. It recognizes all the buttons on the thrust lever but not thrust lever itself.

Also for the joystick itself, I can calibrate the roll and the pitch axes but I can’t calibrate the yaw axes.
It’s a Thrustmaster T-Flight Hotas
Any ideas?

Thank you