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Setup for using HOTAS stick for UHF or VHF voice comms in VoiceAttack


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Not sure if this helps anybody, still:

I use VoiceAttack but all the voice comms where done with/through UHF, or VHF, depending on the joystick button I assigned on my HOTAS (Thrustmaster Cougar) i.e. in VA Joystick button 20, or 21.

I had in mind to use both Comms buttons - UHF and VHF - on the HOTAS stick for specific voice commands through the required channel (UHF, or VHF). So, voice comms for the Tower, Tanker, AWACS etc. are done with UHF and internal flight communication (voice comms for the Wingman and Element) are broadcasted with VHF.

I have made a setup in VoiceAttack and it works for me to use the HOTAS stick and choose the required comms channel (UHF or VHF) to give the specific voice command.

Note: with this setup in VA for the HOTAS stick on both UHF and VHF all VA voice commands are broadcasted. With this setup it only makes it a bit more realistic to choose the specific broadcast channel to give a voice command.

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Not sure if this helps anybody, still: I use VoiceAttack but all the voice comms where done with/through UHF, or VHF, depending on the joystick button I assigned on my HOTAS (Thrustmaster Cougar)

Hey Mokum, Howzit going? I still use Sem's profile to work my Mic switches on the HOTAS Warthog, not sure how different they are to the Cougar but it works fine for me even though its an old profil

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Hey Mokum,

Howzit going? I still use Sem's profile to work my Mic switches on the HOTAS Warthog, not sure how different they are to the Cougar but it works fine for me even though its an old profile. Press up for UHF, down for VHF.

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I also use the pinky switch to provide me with a shifted layer so I can adjust the Harrier exhaust controls using the Mic switch, shift + up to increase exhaust angle and shift + down to decrease etc. If I do shift + forward on the mic switch it gives me 50° exhaust angle for STOL and pushing back reduces it to zero, very handy for take offs and landings.

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