@FLIGHT2 I’m not exactly sure what you’re saying here but I think you may have misunderstood the question.
If I’m reading this right, you’d like to use that mini-joystick to control trim but it’s showing in MapFlight as an axis, correct? If so, that’s something that will need to be taken up with the MapFlight developers, as you cannot change an axis to a button on a joystick.
You see, the way these things work is that two types of signals are transmitted via your joystick cable. The first one, for buttons is what’s called a boolean value - it can only be set to
true when the button is being pressed and
false when it is not. Axis on the other hand transmit number values. These can range from
1 which is fully forward/left to
-1 which is fully backward or right, with
0 naturally being sent when there is not input to the axis.
All this information is hard coded to the joystick, so unless there’s some sort of manufacturer program to change this (which I highly doubt) it would be something that the folks at Map Studios would need to implement on their end.
Hope this makes sense!