Xbox Series X- HOTAS One Issues

Just started flying on Series X with the T.Flight HOTAS One and I’ve run into some major issues.

When I try to bind controls, some buttons havw the incorrect input. For example, X and A on my throttle incorrectly appear as “F2”, and A and Y incorrectly appear as F1. This means that the buttons cannot be mapped individually and there is disastrous overlap.

Anyone experiencing this issue or know of any fixes?

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I have the same issue.

Tried creating new bindings throughout but given up for now and just using the defaults which aren’t great.

I am having such a hard time figuring this Hotas One out for this game that I have given up and assume it must be something on their end for now.

When I try to map a button it shows my stick movement to be a “f2” input.

No way for me to navigate the menu besides the hat button but I can not scroll.

Also it will say “press b4” my controller is not recognizing any of “B” buttons in game. I am lost

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I’m having troubles too. I feel like the hotas one needs to be calibrated, but can’t find where, and the peddles seem to have a mind of their own.

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Yeah something is definitely going wrong with this stick profile, most things think they are F2

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Same issues for me, the buttons aren’t inputting in game properly- I hope it’s a fast fix on Thrustmasters end. Using my controller for now

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Same issue here

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Same issue.: and… somedefault buttons don’t respond

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Make sure the switch on the back is on Xbox not PC and then make sure the light on the Xbox button is on. I use mine for my pc and it’s literally the complete opposite of that for it to work. Hope that helps possibly

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Same issues for me too… when I mapping button 5 (X) it appears like B1…
and when I mapping button 6 (A) it appears also B1 !!

This is the all mapping i checked :
Real button on T flight // what happen in FSim :
F2 = B4
B2 = B2
F1 = A
B1 = B5
:arrow_up: = F2
:arrow_down: = A
:arrow_left: = Y
:arrow_right: = B2
Throttle = F2
select button = B
start button = Y
Next = A
Prev = X
B5 = B5
Y = B2
B = F2
A = B1
X = B1
B3 = B3
B4 = B4
back throttle button = F2

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I’m glad it’s not just me. I was worried my hotas was faulty! Hopefully it’ll get fixed soon. In the meantime it’s a combo of hotas/controller/mouse to keep flying.

It’s like the Xbox controller and the hotas set up is conflicting with each other. I have full left roll but limited right roll

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I’m having the same problem

I thought it was just me!! I’ve been using a combo with the controller. But I’m glad I’m not the only one with issues.

In the release notes, it is a known issue with a ‘workaround’.

Just copied this from the known issue link:

  • Xbox players using the Thrustmaster T.Flight HOTAS One: Mappings on the Controls screen does not match the labeling of the buttons and axes on the peripheral.
    • Workaround:
      • Though what you see on the screen is incorrect, if you make an assignment through scanning it will be accurate. Do not use the drop-down to create your mapping.

I was having the same issues, but I’m at work for another 3 hours so will try this when I get home…although I’ve no idea what “Make an assignment through scanning” means lol.

If we make our own configuration will that still work in the training exercises or will it still want us to press B4 to center the cockpit, which ended up being F2?

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Can confirm that their listed workaround works. When you go to select the input for an action, click on the button that it has mapped instead of the drop down(recommend using a mouse for this), and then just press the actual button on the Hotas One that you want to map the action to. The button it says you pressed will be incorrect, but just ignore that. The button will work as intended.
Some buttons may be need to be manually unmapped from other commands though, or else it will do both commands.

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Anyone know what is “Left Joystick Axis 5” ? on the Hotas? It’s supposed to be to trim the plane.
I don’t know how to trim the plane.

This is my problem too, but being a neophyte to this world, I have no idea what “if you make an assignment through scanning it will be accurate” means.

I’d be v grateful to learn how to ‘make an assignment through scanning’.

I’m watching youtubers go through assignments on peripherals without profiles, but I’m assuming that involves using the drop-downs which is, in this case, not gonna work.

Help please. I wanna fly! (with the HOTAS). bd.

I’m having the same issues. I tried the workaround with several of the buttons as well as the elevator, ailerons and rudder but none of these functions worked at all.