|F22 PRO||F16 TQS (Throttle Quadrant System)||RCS (Rudder Control System)|
|F16 FLCS||WCS MkII||Elite Rudders|
|Statement||What it does|
|REM||This is used for adding comments to your files, and tells the joystick to ignore any lines in the joystick file that star with REM.
||RATE 30 || How fast characters should be sent to the computer. You'll find that different sims on your computer will differ in how responsive they are to characters being sent to it from your controllers. A value of 30 means that characters should be sent every 30 milliseconds. You can put in what you want here for the value - I always start at around 60 and lower it until I see problems.
||USE TQS or USE WCS||Tells the joystick that you have a throttle and you want to use it.
||USE RCS||Tells the joystick that you have rudders and you want to use them.
||USE NOMOUSE||Tells the joystick that you don't want to use the mouse on the TQS throttle. This way, you can program the mouse knob on the throttle with statements as you would any other hat or button.
||USE MTYPE A3||Tells the joystick to use the TQS throttle mouse to emulate your normal mouse, and the A3 part defines what buttons on the TQS are to act as the left and right hand buttons on a 2 button mouse. This means that you don't have to take your hands off the throttle to use your mouse when you're flying.
||PORTB1 IS TG1||For an F22 PRO joystick, this tells it to recognise the Trigger as a standard analogue trigger as any other joystick's trigger behaves. You'll only need to use this statement for an F22 PRO joystick.