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A2A airplanes , terrible control inputs in v3

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Very twitchy,short control, spiky and  terrible to fly.

Yoke animation doesnt exist anymore

from outside views no aileron or elevator animation

rudder control doesnt work on the ground.

 

Windows 7

PFC yoke

Saitek rudder pedals.

Latest Accusim update

 

Same problem with FSUIPC enabled controllers or just enabled in the sim.

 

Am I the only one?

 

Re installed Prepar 3D v3 3 times already and its the same.

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I'm also hearing pilots say with P3DV3 their aircraft pulls to the left?

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Have you tried any other aircraft? Many v3 customers (myself included) are suffering from controller problems with all aircraft (I have not made a single flight yet because of this), but LM are aware of the issues, and are trying to fix them.

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I am not having any problems with my A2A Comanche in P3D v3 on Windows 10.

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Pete Dowson offers a solution which I'm using and which works fine: disable controllers in P3D and assign axes in FSUIPC.

 

JJ

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I have the A2A Cub and C182 which fly ok in P3dV3.  The controls are smooth and responsive.  I do use FSUIPC to manage all of the control inputs.

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Very twitchy,short control, spiky and terrible to fly.

Yoke animation doesnt exist anymore

from outside views no aileron or elevator animation

rudder control doesnt work on the ground.

 

Windows 7

PFC yoke

Saitek rudder pedals.

Latest Accusim update

 

Same problem with FSUIPC enabled controllers or just enabled in the sim.

 

Am I the only one?

 

Re installed Prepar 3D v3 3 times already and its the same.

May be worth a shot to reinstall sim connect too

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The default airplanes fly fine, no problems there.

I also re installed simconnect.

Also assigned the controls vias FSUIPC.

 

Only problems are with A2A aircraft.

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Using FSUIPC to control all inputs - no issues with any a/c including A2A with or without Accusim.

 

Vic

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As above, try reinstalling the three simconnects.  I had this problem initially with the Comanche, no animations, flew odd.  Simconnect solved it, but not sure which version so I installed all three.

 

Now have the A2A Comanche, 182, Cub, B17 and COTS B377 all working great in v3.

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When you say Simconnect you are talking about the latest A2A update? or what file?

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When you say Simconnect you are talking about the latest A2A update? or what file?

 

In the main P3D folder where you installed P3D, locate "redist" then "interface" folders and you see the simconnect installers.  Install the "FSX-RTM", "FSX-SP1" and "FSX-SP2-XPACK" versions of simconnect.

 

This is what lets the A2A planes interface properly with P3D.

For futher clarification, go deeper in the individual simconnect folders I mentioned to "retail" then "lib" then install "simconnect.msi" in the three versions I mentioned above.

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It kind of worked.

Initially it worked with controls assigned in Prepar 3D, when controls assigned in FSUIPC didnt worked.

Then re started the computer and elevator animation inside and outside works with controls assigned in Prepar 3D

Aileron didnt work with controllers assigned in Prepar 3D. So assigned them in FSUIPC and they work (no animation thought)

 

At least better than before.

Shoudl I re install again Simconnect?

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Now have the A2A Comanche, 182, Cub, B17 and COTS B377 all working great in v3.

Does your B17s landing lights look like this? 

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