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Many of us have been struggling to get our Logitech (Saitek) panels to work natively with MSFS, one option is to pay for SPADnexT which is a fantastic tool but not that easy to easy to work with. Now, Logitech (the new owners of Saitek) have released a Microsoft Flight Simulator Plug-in so why update? The new driver adds support for all Logitech Flight Panels (Instrument, Switch, Multi and Radio) into Microsoft Flight Simulator. Note that at the time of release, you will need to start a flight in Flight Simulator, then browse to your desktop and run the "Logitech Microsoft Simulator
Flying these past few days has been interesting. I use a Logitech Extreme 3D Pro joystick. I guess I have a bit of mileage on the thing and lately my trim switch has been acting up. The trim switch certainly gets the lion's share of work compared to the other switches on the stick (except, maybe, the Hat switch). I use the two top left buttons for elevator trim - it's a natural as my thumb is directly over these two switches and makes it real easy to access the trim. Now, though, the nose up trim (aft button) works fine but the nose down trim (fwd button) stutters. That's the best descript