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asked by (15 points)
Almost all Joystick/Throttle systems for Xp10/11 found on the internet are only suitable for Microsoft Windows. Can you recommend a good one for my iMAC with OS Sierra?
commented by (570 points)
mmm I think any usb HID would be recognized by X-Plane since it uses its own HID interface. But I've only used XP under Windows, so you should wait for a MAC user to assist you.
commented by (15 points)
Thanks for this advice and I agree that I better wait for a Mac user.....

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answered by (19.3k points)
Most USB flight hardware is useable by X-Plane on Windows, Mac or Linux. I've created a lot of the joystick config files we're shipping with X-Plane 11, so I've used most CH Products, Thrustmaster and Saitek equipment without issue on my iMac.
commented by (15 points)
Thanks so much, I've now ordered the Saitek X52 Joystick and Throttle system to use with my iMac Sierra and trust that it works.

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