Yes, when using the T.Flight Hotas One plugged into the console, you go to Control Options > Sensitivity to adjust the sensitivity curves to your liking, click apply and save, then the sensitivity curves are saved for that session. If you now close the simulator down by ‘quitting’ from the Xbox menu, when you start up the sim again and head over to the T.Flight Hotas One control options page and click on Sensitivity once again you will find that the curves are set back to default.
By leaving the game open on the Xbox i.e. using ‘Quick Resume’ and not quitting the game when you shut down your Xbox or switch to another game, your find that your Sensitivity settings remain untouched and do not revert to the default settings.
This is some kind of bug that resets the T.Flight Hotas One Sensitivity settings everytime you actually ‘quit’ the sim, keeping it on a ‘Quick Resume’ seems to save the settings.
I’m hoping this bug will be fixed as it’s frustrating for a lot of people who use the flight stick on Xbox, this is just a temporary solution or ‘hack’.
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