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How do I configure Fighter Ace 3 5 for joystick

How do I configure Fighter Ace 3 5 to control the rear flaps and aileron on separate axis. For more than a year my joystick was working well allowing me to control the rear flaps for climbing or diving without moving the Ailerons. Using a side to side motion would control them. However last week I must have set something that has configured my joystick to either move the rear flaps down and the ailerons to a left turn or the rear flaps up and the ailerons to a right turn. I can no longer move these two sets of flaps separately. I have calibrated the joystick in the control panel and in the game with no resolution to my problem. I removed the Fighter Ace game and then reinstalled with no change (I did not shut down my system in between the removal and reinstall though). Any suggestions for how I can reconfigure my game to it's defaults or specifically get the joystick to respond the way I want? Thank you, James

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