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Old 02-01-2013, 07:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Sokol1 View Post
Yes, 109E have prop pitch control in switch in throttle handle.

If for use you mean click then with mouse (a la FSX), the 109E swich is more difficult to click than one in dash...
Assign these funcion IN two button in your (HOTAS) throttle or joystick, or at least in keyboard.

I have a HOTAS, I was just curious about how it was handled on the real aircraft. I suppose the realistic thing to do with your HOTAS is assign the prop pitch to buttons and not an axis for the 109. I use the throttle wheel on my CH stick for the prop rpm control on other planes.
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