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Controller Input Shaping/Curves/Delays/Profiles

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Apologies for the long title. Wanted to be descriptive.One feature area that would give individual users a lot of control over their own experience in Flight Simulator is more custom control over the controller hardware behavior as interpreted by the simulator.The next step beyond sensitivity sliders and null zone notches.For Example:- Customized Controller Input sensitivity curves (with multiple points on the curve).- Customized Controller Input Delays- Controller settings that can be saved in global or per/aircraft profilesThe custom curves would be very powerful if they gave the user full control over the input response curve across the full range of input.The delay feature sounds trivial, but this would give a lot of added flexibility. This feature would simply add a configurable delay in miliseconds to the input before being acted upon by the sim. This would be especially appreciated by the helicopter community, but could be useful for a variety of aircraft.With the wide variety of controller devices available, and the number of users that are keen to match the feel of aircraft they have real-world experience in, I would think these options would be much appreciated and often used by experienced users.This would also allow all users to have more control over their various aircraft add-ons, and how they respond to controller inputs, without having to edit various aircraft configuration files. Jordan MooreHovercontrol.com

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>- Customized Controller Input DelaysI think this one is already present. If you lower the sensibility, you notice the controls are heavily damped, resulting in a delay of their responses.Marco

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>- Customized Controller Input DelaysI totally agree, I know FS2002 sensitivity setting does this but it is not enough - the range should be much bigger so that you can make the delay longer and reduce controller sensitivity more.

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