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Open “Settings” in the main menu and choose “Control” in the submenu. At the bottom of the new window you`ll find the recognized and usable USB-Joysticks. If you don`t find any entries please plug in your joystick once again and wait for a while. Select “Primary” to set up your joystick and proceed as follows:
Proceed as follows to program functions such as like flaps or brakes.
If you want to use separate rudder pedals please proceed as follows:
If you have any problem in programming the buttons or axis on your USB device then please click on the displayed USB device button at the “Primary” menu. After that you`ll see this interface. Here you can enable or disable your USB device and double check all axes and buttons. You can`t program axes or buttons via this interface but check the function.
Go to the controls menu. At the bottom left corner of the screen, click on your device shown in the box. At the top right corner of the next screen, click on the symbol that looks like a target. Then follow the instructions to move and center the sticks and throttle slider.
Open the graphics settings from the main menu by clicking on “Settings” and “Graphics”. Use the graphics settings to optimize the flight simulator performance on your PC. For a smooth experience you will need an actual graphics card driver. If you ever have an issue in terms of graphics, please check your graphics card driver.
Please disable any monitor zoom functions and set up the monitor resolution using this selection:
If you have a special resolution or encounter issue with a low frame rate then please use the “Window mode”. Now, you can scale the window size up to your full monitor size. This mode can help in case you encounter certain graphics card issues.