Engine Shut Down
It goes without saying that I'm thoroughly enjoying flying the 146, it's so much more satisfying than 'being flown' in the A320 I otherwise use. Although the aircraft are linked as I believe the Hatfield team were also responsible for the A320 wing as well as the 146's, and one of the Hatfield 146 Test Pilots, Bill Wainwright, went off to Toulouse to help develop the Airbus. But I digress. I do find completing a safe and smooth 146 flight to be hard work, albeit very satisfying, but I can't seem to get the engines to shut down easily. However many times I test the system of clicking on the trigger switch before clicking on the thrust lever - before engine start, once I have completed a flight I always experience problems. I am using the Honeycomb Bravo throttle controls, and FSUIPC to calibrate the throttles. It seems as if the throttles will not shut down, however many times you click, if they are a fraction open. In this respect the Qualitywings aircraft have a much simpler and more reliable system which just involves a right click on the throttle shutdown levers. I do like to complete a flight properly, and sitting at the gate for ten minutes with three of the four engines running is unprofessional. Any ideas would be welcome.
I had exactly the same problem. But I found a way round it. I am on P3D 4.5 and also have Honeycomb Bravo throttles. First, with the throttles resting on the latches, left mouse click on the latch. Then, either using Bravo or mouse move the throttle lever a fraction of an inch off the stop and back to the stop then right click the lever. Or you can make the (past idle position of the Bravo) an engine fuel cut off function. Sorry it's so late, but only just read your post.