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I am not with Laminar Research; just a flight simmer.
Just because your yoke works in another flight sim package does not guarantee it will work in X-Plane.
Firstly, calibrating and configuring the yoke within your PC operating system will not work. So, forget that idea.
Secondly, any software you have in relation to the yoke and has been installed on your PC has to be totally removed using a good quality uninstaller program. No remnant files to be left on your machine.
Thirdly, dump the DVD or disks for the yoke software in the bin. Not needed for X-Plane.
Fourthly the installation and calibration of the yoke has to be done through X-Plane. No other way. Have a look at the following link found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hU_TuALAlJk Although the details refer to Saitek (now Logitech) products follow the concept and methodology for a successful installation.
In relation to your specific problem you may have to tick the "reverse" button. I suspect this is your problem. The referenced video mentions and shows you what and how to do it.
Good luck and welcome to X-Plane.
If I can offer some help or advice I am only too pleased to do so.
The package you are asking about I have no knowledge of so I cannot offer any advice.
X-Plane is designed to be setup as a standalone package either on the desktop, a dedicated drive or a dedicated directory on your "C" drive. Earlier in this forum, jroberts (Laminar Research forum respondent) has made it quite clear, and memory tells me others have also made the same comment X-Plane should not be installed in either of the directories you have currently listed. You are lucky X-Plane works. It shouldn't.
In relation to installing scenery/airports it has to be installed in a set order. Have a look at the following link found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tHxCJOlJWA
I am also aware of a better tutorial but cannot find it at the moment.
In relation to aircraft have a look at the following link found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4RjIxrhkXs
As a teaser have a look at the following link found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsum5o9IEzw
I use the creators of these last 2 links as my main reference sources for x-plane.
I will send you a private message as well.
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