A310-300 throttle calibration?

I use the TBV1 throttles on Xbox.
Have the throttles set in the controls options the same way they would work on the A320
Calibrate the throttles as you think it would work with the reverse axis option on the EFB on, save, and then turn the reverse axis OFF on the EFB.
I don’t know how the Airbus TCA quadrant works, but this should work.

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I have same issue

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Series x beta version.
I can’t see the numbers on the trim wheel after the update

Thank you, that’s what (finally) did it for me. I didn’t even had to edit the throttle config. file afterwards.

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During calibration, when it says confirm full reverse position, are we supposed to leave the throttle in idle position or move it forward and are we supposed to press the toggle reverse thrust button?

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Yes and no.

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My issue is somewhat different. I have two Thrustmaster Boeing TCA throttle quadrants and I can calibrate the throttles successfully for forward thrust, but when I use “Toggle Reverse Thrust” my throttles do nothing from 0-49% and then they start to apply reverse thrust from 50%-100%. Basically, it seems like the calibration process is only working for forward thrust in my case and is ignoring the calibration for reverse thrust.

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Calibration is no working correctly with A310, they sould use the same as A320 flybywire or default A320 and keep it simple.
After the last update 1.29.30 it is worse.
Unflyable

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Impossible to calibrate Thrustmaster Warthog. EFB shows correct calibration but in cockpit the throttle jumps as it likes. Auto Throttle is ridiculous, too. Even if it is switched off it activates back. I must pull the ATS switches to off to make the stuff flyable in the current state.