I have plugged the two usbs of a Logitec x56 HOTAS into a powered USB hub but YS flight doesn't seem to recognise it at all... The Logitec drivers are installed and the devices are recognised when I fly on https://www.geo-fs.com/
Are you using the X56 software or just the basic Windows driver? How many controllers do you have connected in total? YS only recognizes up to six controllers. Did you edit your control inputs after plugging in the stick? The X56 may have a different device ID than YS is looking for. Open an axis assignment and move an axis on the stick. If YS is aware of it, the axis will autoselect
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I have installed and run the hotas x56 software. When I then move the stick it recognises the X and Y axis and Rudder rotation. BUT, then I start up YS Flight and it doesn't recognise it there at all.
I haven't knowingly edited any inputs or device IDs. I only have two devices - the stick and the throttle controller.