Thread: Two levers, four engines.
11-16-2007, 04:07 PM #1
Two levers, four engines.
In my 737-cockpit i have a homebuild throttlequadrant with two enginelevers (ofcourse) to fly the 737, but sometimes i have the urge to fly a bigger plane Downloaded the posky 747 KLM version and also installed the PMDG 747 KLM. So far so good. But after startup i noticed my problem: i can only use ofcourse two engines instead of four! I checked out the control settings in FS but i can't find a way to combine two engines on each throttle lever. Does anyone recognizes this problem and can help me? I have a registered Fsuipc, maybe in there i can change some settings? Thanks i.a.
Benno from Holland.
11-16-2007, 04:34 PM #2
You can combine all or two engines to a single lever through FSUIPC. You can also assign a hotkey to turn this feature on and off.Boeing Skunk Works
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