I know it's OT, but didn't want to open a new topic just for this short question: Is there anyone who is able to assign the warning lights cancelling to a joystick button, like mentioned in the documentation? When I use the GPWS switch toggle assignments, it does not silence nor extinguish the red warning lights. Is this just me? Works fine using the mouse.
Yes, I've mapped to my master warning button like this in SPAD.next:
@martyn interesting thanks, I actually bound them both to my Trimmer switch. Maybe they did that just to differentiate it easily.
I've managed to map almost everything in the Cockpit thanks to the easily accessible LVARs. The only LVAR that doesn't seem to work is the barometric setting on the standby altimeter, assuming it has some other code that moves the digits and needle simultaneously.
Hello. I've just purchased the Hawk T1 and unfortunately, I am unable to load a flight with it as the game crashes to desktop at around the 75% loading mark. This only happens with the Hawk, all other planes seem to work fine. Has anyone else experienced the same issue?
Your best bet would probably be to contact Just Flight support. There is a link on the Just Flight website www.justflight.com
quick update on this - i ended up changing out my controls from the honeycomb alpha and bravo and went back to an old stick and throttle i used for dcs. i mapped the trim (nose up / nose down) to one of the switches on the stick. things seem to be working quite a bit better. the plane definitely won't go into a nice stable trim but it's far more docile and controllable compared to what i was trying to deal with on the hc bravo and the trim wheel. and what shouldn't come as any surprise, it's nicer flying the hawk with a proper stick versus the yoke that i use for all my other planes.
anyhow, unless anyone has any other ideas, i am considering this case closed for me, at least.