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When you have 12 controllers connected and own all modules, it's very very tedious to clear all the settings for every controller and every module.

 

Can we look at getting a button in the config screen to clear every controller (individually for each module)?  That way, we can start from scratch, and if we want to restore a controller to default settings, we still have that option.

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I do that by deleting the Config/Input folder of the aircraft/controller that I want to clear:

 

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If you just delete the folder it’ll still read the defaults from the install folder, will it not?


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5 minutes ago, RogueSqdn said:

If you just delete the folder it’ll still read the defaults from the install folder, will it not?


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Yes, correct, the Config-Input contains just your own keybindings ... seems I misunderstood what you wanted to achieve 😞

 

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Here is just the opposite...I think. I accidentally deleted ALL the key binds, including the mouse, and I didn't mean too, I only meant to do them on one category on one aircraft, but it deleted them on all saved profiles on all aircraft. 

 

How do I get them back? I have already clicked on the "Reset category to default" but that doesn't work completely. I can't use the mouse to look around outside the aircraft when I use the F2 button. I don't know enough about the game yet to know where to get all the files to refill the files, I'm getting to the point of deleting the entire setup and redownloading a clean new world setup.

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5 hours ago, Wolf 37 said:

Here is just the opposite...I think. I accidentally deleted ALL the key binds, including the mouse, and I didn't mean too, I only meant to do them on one category on one aircraft, but it deleted them on all saved profiles on all aircraft. 

 

How do I get them back? I have already clicked on the "Reset category to default" but that doesn't work completely. I can't use the mouse to look around outside the aircraft when I use the F2 button. I don't know enough about the game yet to know where to get all the files to refill the files, I'm getting to the point of deleting the entire setup and redownloading a clean new world setup.


your keybind edits are stored at /saved games/dcs/config/input/ ... go there and delete the folder corresponding to one of your aircrafts. This will leave you with just the default keybinds (which you cant erase, since they are at /program files/ )

 

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