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    Just downloaded it. The readme only says a little. The web from which i downloaded it doesn't offer better expalanations?

    How do you set the hatswitch to that of mouse movement?

    I see POV buttons and abt 30 numerical buttons plus the movement buttons.
    Thx


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    Just downloaded it. The readme only says a little. The web from which i downloaded it doesn't offer better expalanations?

    How do you set the hatswitch to that of mouse movement?

    I see POV buttons and abt 30 numerical buttons plus the movement buttons.
    Thx


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    Easy. Make it look like this and your hatswitch will behave like the mouse. If you change the values you can make it go slower or faster; 100 being the fastest. I like it at 80.



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    Thx DD_NL. I tried that but it seemed nothing has changed. So it's the POV. Let me check it again.


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    One thing you MUST do if you use the programme though is disable all reference in your IL2 controls to the hat-switch. So go into controls, choose a setting that says POV and hit backspace, then highlight the key again and hit backspace again. (that's an example!)

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    Okay will try that. Just delete all the hat switch input in control section. Is that it? Thx


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    Oh, and make sure JoyToKey stays running in the backgroud (it will be in the system-tray).


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    Hmm yeah got it working. Smooth pan viewing. Interesting. Do you guys use it?


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    Yep, I do, works well for me. I like to keep both hands on the stick and controls and not on the mouse. Maybe one day I'll spring for a Track IR, but till then I use JoyToKey.

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    I also use it. Been using it since the original IL2. It works great for me. Im so used to it now I doubt if I will use Track IR.
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