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Hey guys,So i am almost 95 percent sure that my problem is due to controller sensitivity, but i just figured i'd get some other opinions. Strange thing is, that this problem only occurs with the PMDG 737-600/700 models. When i go to place my hand on my joystick to rotate the hat switch, the aircraft begins to rock from side to side or up and down. It happens very subtly where it does not disengage the autopilot, but enough to see the aircraft being moved from a slight touch of the joystick. I'm assuming the small bit of pressure of my hand resting on the joystick is whats causing this problem. Any suggestions? And if controller sensitivity is what you all think as well, please instruct me which joystick sensitivity settings i should change exactly because i know there are different ones. Thank you all so much for your help!Hey guys,So i am almost 95 percent sure that my problem is due to controller sensitivity, but i just figured i'd get some other opinions. Strange thing is, that this problem only occurs with the PMDG 737-600/700 models. When i go to place my hand on my joystick to rotate the hat switch, the aircraft begins to rock from side to side or up and down. It happens very subtly where it does not disengage the autopilot, but enough to see the aircraft being moved from a slight touch of the joystick. I'm assuming the small bit of pressure of my hand resting on the joystick is whats causing this problem. Any suggestions? And if controller sensitivity is what you all think as well, please instruct me which joystick sensitivity settings i should change exactly because i know there are different ones. Thank you all so much for your help! Rob Jaworski--forgot to sign my name in the previous post sorry!


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And if controller sensitivity is what you all think as well, please instruct me which joystick sensitivity settings i should change exactly because i know there are different ones.
increasing null zone slider in the controls settings might help. that controls how far the stick has to be deflected before it starts to register movement. also might be worth double checking that your stick is calibrated right in the windows control panel.. dunno why it would be different for different plane models tho.cheers-andy crosby

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