When I turn the joystick to activate the rudder or the nose wheel, it automatically takes it all the way to the limit. There is no moving the rudder a little bit. It's either centered or all the way activated. This also makes it almost impossible to fly helicopters. Any help would be so greatly appreciated because it's getting tiresome trying to take off with cross winds or just to taxi from the gate to the runway. THANKS!
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My iMac has a CD/DVD drive, but I posted a X-Plane 10 pendrive to avoid inserting DVD #1 every session. It functions perfectly. Another point is to connect all peripherals (stick and pedals etc.) BEFORE launching X-Plane 10. Then calibrate your peripherals within XP 10.
I have no pedals set, but instead a pitch-stick with grip throttle and a Logitech joystick with twist grip to fly helicopters.
Really, that is completely up to the user. I have the Thrustmaster T-Flight HOTAS joystick, and I like that. There are many joysticks out there that offer many different features as well as coming with rudder pedals as well. Really, the biggest factor on deciding comes down to how light you would like your wallet to be after purchase! :)
seems to be a problem with the rudder feedback sensor first check if rudder sensor is not mechanically disconnected,if not try to do de setup procedure,reset the unit to factory condition,try to set rudder limits,if this is not working ,check with other feedback unit.
There are two x sensor holes in the grip , one top one bottom, they control the force feed back gimbals in the base you need from time to time make sure they are clear just spray them with some alcohol base solution and give them i light probe with a tooth pick to make sure there is no gunk blocking up the holes .
Here is what worked for me, for this **** pile of **** joystick. I opened it up (6 screws), and shorted the capacitors using a screwdriver.
If you dont know how to do this or dont want to, leave it unplugged for some time. Keep trying a longer period of time of the previous amount didnt work. I've not trying this unplugging myself but doing so might help discharge the capacitors.
Your in luck I happen to be a Flight simmer also. You need to go into your main menu under settings in Flight sim 2002. You will see enable joystick then you will see cordinated flight or uncordinated flight. You want to select uncordinated flight. Meaning that you will have full control of rudder and the sim will no longer make coordinated turns for you. You will have to add rudder to prevent a skid.