Jack_Sawyer

Exaggerated, almost drunken movement

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Hi, I just bought and installed the Q400, I set it up with the ECS files from EZDOK from when I had it installed in FSX and P3D3.4.

Everything works fine except for some very exaggerated movement when I taxi, if I move the tiller to the left or right the whole cockpit rolls to the extreme left or right.

I went through every CP setting and can't figure out how to stop this or minimize it.

Using the latest experimental version in P3Dv4.1.

Thanks for any suggestions or help.

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Hi Jack,

When you first loaded the aircraft, you received the following message:

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Due to the custom Flight Model in the Majestic Software Q400, Acceleration, Gyroscopic, Engines, Blast and Anticipative Motion Effects may not function properly.

So, I suggest turning the Motion Effects sliders to zero one by one to see what is causing the issue.

Regards,
Keven

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11 minutes ago, Keven Menard said:

Hi Jack,

When you first loaded the aircraft, you received the following message:

So, I suggest turning the Motion Effects sliders to zero one by one to see what is causing the issue.

Regards,
Keven

Thanks Keven, I think I pulled all the sliders down and no help but I'll try again as soon as I am able and let you know.

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5 hours ago, Keven Menard said:

Hi Jack,

When you first loaded the aircraft, you received the following message:

So, I suggest turning the Motion Effects sliders to zero one by one to see what is causing the issue.

Regards,
Keven

Thanks Keven, just had a chance to test it.

It turned out to be Anticipation.  It was set to 1.0 so I set it to 0 and now it doesn't behave this way.

 

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