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CH Flightsim Yoke Sensitivity

Newwly Installed Ch Yoke Seems Over Sesitive.Same Applies to rudder pedals slightest movement sends aircraft off in all directions.Is there a means of controllig the sensitivity

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2 places where you can adjust the sensitivity

1. Most common is within the Game
2. From the software that came with the yoke.

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CH rudder pedals by going to Settings-Controls and set the CH Rudder Pedal sliders to "Default" by pressing the Default Button on that screen.


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Have you tried adjusting the sensitivities of each axis using the Control Manager?

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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    Louie Role Aug 26, 2008

    Hi again,

    Excerpt from a review....

    "... Each of the
    controllers are accompanied by a disk containing the CH Control Manager.
    This software is used to assign functions to your controllers,
    calibrate them, making dead zones, and much more...
    Another feature
    of the Control Manager is the ability to adjust the sensitivity of each
    axis. This will determine how much of an effect each axis has on
    the sim when used. If you wanted to, you could set the yokes pitch axis
    so that only the slightest movement would perform a steep climb or dive,
    or you could set it so that you have to push the yoke in / out further
    to have the same affect, or anywhere in between


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