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Hi,

so i finally bought a Joystick (Logitech Extreme 3d) to play KSP with and everything works fine, besides the throttle.

when i put the throttle to 0% or 100% it works perfectly fine but everything in between slowly starts to wander either to 100% or to 0%, depending on the setting it was switched to prior, even when the physical throttle on my Joystick stays at 50%, for example.

I tested if it is a problem with the controller or its interaction with my PC but in the properties slide of Logitechs Profiler the problem doesn't occur, which tells me its a problem in KSP.

i searched the internet but no one seems to have similar problems so i want to ask this community.

Am i doing something stupidly wrong?

Is there an in game setting i couldn't find?

A bug maybe?

Thanks in advance

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On 8/14/2018 at 1:20 PM, T0mb0theb0mb0 said:

Hi,

so i finally bought a Joystick (Logitech Extreme 3d) to play KSP with and everything works fine, besides the throttle.

when i put the throttle to 0% or 100% it works perfectly fine but everything in between slowly starts to wander either to 100% or to 0%, depending on the setting it was switched to prior, even when the physical throttle on my Joystick stays at 50%, for example.

I tested if it is a problem with the controller or its interaction with my PC but in the properties slide of Logitechs Profiler the problem doesn't occur, which tells me its a problem in KSP.

i searched the internet but no one seems to have similar problems so i want to ask this community.

Am i doing something stupidly wrong?

Is there an in game setting i couldn't find?

A bug maybe?

Thanks in advance

There's a mod that might help...

https://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/175359-14-afbw-revived-joystick-controller-mod/

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