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MindYerBeak

manual flying and the ghost of premierville

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I have tried to land manually but whenever i disconnect the ap, and take control whenever I try to move the yoke right there seems to be something "fighting" to push  it left  and vice versa.I don't think it is a conflict. I use just fsuipc and I made sure p3d controls  is unticked.I also made sure nav  reads off (you hover the cursor on NAV.)  I can't figure out what's going on.

Is this plane possessed or is it one of those "bugs" ?

 

Any workaournd  or fix  appreciated.

 

 

thx

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If the AP is OFF it's irrelevant if NAV is on or off.  No 'fighting' on my install btw.

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58 minutes ago, J35OE said:

If the AP is OFF it's irrelevant if NAV is on or off.  No 'fighting' on my install btw.

 

It's not always irrelevant. If I clicked  apr  and NAV still read ON my plane would  bank left and crash .Other users experienced the same.I thought this "fighting" could have something to do with it to so  I mentioned it.

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On 6/17/2017 at 4:23 PM, MindYerBeak said:

 

It's not always irrelevant. If I clicked  apr  and NAV still read ON my plane would  bank left and crash .Other users experienced the same.I thought this "fighting" could have something to do with it to so  I mentioned it.

Sounds like the usual Carenado AP quirks. There's likely some button pushing/knob twirling required, that you're missing. All of their AP's seem to work differently, even with the same avionics suite, but in different airplanes. Compounding the problem, is their lack of documentation. It usually takes the "mod squad" here, to correct the AP, and make it more straight forward and user friendly.

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Is the YD still on?  You need to disco that because in FS the YD makes the pedals inop on landing.

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