AVAILABLE PROFILES

 

UPDATE: A suggested FSX profile for the X-55 Rhino has been added to the Profiles V3 package. Further details for creating Rhino profiles for other games are below.

Please note that the function of the profiles is not to make the controller work in the game (as that is accomplished by using the game's own control configuration screens). Instead they merely allow you to adjust the button configuration of your controller externally to the game.

Follow these steps to view our suggested profile assignments, make modifications, and add new assignments. For Rhino owners, we have provided a suggested profile for FSX and will include other suggested profiles in the future. You can still follow the steps below to bind the button assignments and create new profiles for your favorite games.

  1. Unzip and deposit the profiles into your Saitek profile folder.
    • On XP, this is located in C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Documents\SmartTechnology Profiles.
    • On Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 it's in C:\Users\Public\Documents\SmartTechnology Profiles.
    Note 1: The drivers have updated to now look at the SmartTechnology Folder and not the SD6 Folder, so you can copy the profiles over to the correct folder and they will work fine.
    Note 2: For Rhino owners the Saitek profile folder is located at C:\Users\Public\Documents\Mad Catz\X-55 Rhino.
  2. Open your profile editor, and then use the 'open' function to view a profile.
  3. To assign a function to a button, right click a button cell in the editor. The menu will show all the commands saved to the profile document. Left click the command name and it will be assigned to that button.
  4. Repeat this process for any other commands you want to add.
  5. Once you are happy with your setup, click the Save As button and give your new profile a name. You can save over the existing one if you want, but it may be best to keep this one unchanged as a template for new profiles.
  6. 6. You can then activate the profile by clicking the profile button (blue target reticule) in the editor window. Alternatively, once saved, the profile will appear in your Saitek icon menu located in the system tray. Left click on the profile name to activate, and click clear profile to deactivate the profile.

    For X-55 Rhino owners, right click on the Rhino icon in the system tray to quick select or clear a profile.
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  X-55 Rhino X52 X52 Pro X-65F AV8R Evo FLY 5 V1 ST290 ST290 Pro Yoke TPM
FSX                        
HAWX                        
IL2                        
LockON                        
X3                        
Rise of Flight                        
Wings of Prey                        
Apache                        
Xplane                        
Falcon                        

 

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