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    Mycockpit.org Using 2 Saitek Yokes on X-Plane

    Hey guys, I was wondering if I could plug 2 Saitek Yokes into my computer using X-Plane so I can use it with someone as copilot, if not, is there any plugin for it?

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    Re: Using 2 Saitek Yokes on X-Plane

    I've seen this done before.
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    Mycockpit.org Re: Using 2 Saitek Yokes on X-Plane

    Quote Originally Posted by Geremy Britton View Post
    I've seen this done before.
    If I could get a little bet more information just to be sure it would help me a lot

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    Re: Using 2 Saitek Yokes on X-Plane

    I have the same question, since I will soon buy a second yoke. I expect two yokes to work fine, but if someone would confirm this it would be good. I think like this: its just an other pair of axis and the configuration panel has picked up all axis so far