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How do I dull down the rudder settings?

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Guest tpower

Please....if anyone might help? I have come here from another forum where they "don't answer questions." Well thanks mate....[and thanks for deleting my post]. Please, I would like to turn down the rudder settings in FS9. I have looked at the cfg. and have turned my Axis_05 down to 0.8. I don't know if that works or not. FWIW: I have a Saitek X45 and am trying to desensitise the rudder response beyond the options available in the FS9 setup menu (which is now "0"). My rudder is too extreme. Do I need a negative value? like Axis_05 = -7? Please can anyone help me? I am not a smarty pants. I just want some help here.....Thanks, anyone?Tosh

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Guest allcott

Thats not the correct way, change the axis back immediately before you balls everything up. The .cfg file is not a file you want to wade in with wth some kind of `hit and hope` policy, it is vital to the loading and operation of the sim.Add this line to the Controls sectionSTICK_SENSITIVITY_MODE=0If that doesn't work, you'll need eithr the calibration software supplied by the stick manufacturer, or the payware version of FSUIPCwww.schiratti.com/DowsonAllcott

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Guest cwright

You can easily adjust the sensitivity for individual aircraft. Look in the aircraft.cfg file for the aircraft and you'll see something similar to this:(flight_tuning)cruise_lift_scalar = 1.0parasite_drag_scalar = 1.0induced_drag_scalar = 1.0elevator_effectiveness = 1.0aileron_effectiveness = 1.0rudder_effectiveness = 1.0pitch_stability = 1.0roll_stability = 1.0yaw_stability = 1.0elevator_trim_effectiveness = 1.0aileron_trim_effectiveness = 1.0rudder_trim_effectiveness = 1.0You can reduce ruder_effectiveness to, say, 0.5 to start and then adjust after testing. This works for all the other control axes as well.Best regards, Chris

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I use a Saitek X-45 also. It's been my opinion that rudder sensitivity is "squirrly" with the Saitek's throttle mounted rocker switch, as well as other twist grips. But I use an older set of Thrustmaster rudder pedals (vintage'99), where most default settings seem to work.L.Adamson

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Guest Revraz

Inside of FS, go to Settings and then Assignments. Change the sensitivity there. Or install the Saitek software and set it up there and run a profile.>Please....>if anyone might help? I have come here from another forum>where they "don't answer questions." Well thanks mate....[and>thanks for deleting my post]. Please, I would like to turn>down the rudder settings in FS9. I have looked at the cfg.>and have turned my Axis_05 down to 0.8. I don't know if that>works or not. FWIW: I have a Saitek X45 and am trying to>desensitise the rudder response beyond the options available>in the FS9 setup menu (which is now "0"). My rudder is too>extreme. Do I need a negative value? like Axis_05 = -7? >Please can anyone help me? I am not a smarty pants. I just>want some help here.....>Thanks, anyone?>Tosh>>

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Guest tpower

:-) Thanks everyone, and Allcott. Stick_Sensitivity_Mode=0 gives me what I think is an "analogous" response curve. That is: the aircraft does what I direct it to do. Sure, I have to work the stick & rudder, but I think everything is in direct proportion to my inputs, rather than filtered thru a curve. I think my 0-100% corresponds to the controls on the aircraft. Certainly gives me fine control, despite the effort. Doesn't feel like Fly-by-wire anymore. Fortunately, I have a virgin FS9 install for backup, so I didn't balls anything up. (But I could if I wanted to, hehe).Thanks man, something so simple.... should have asked two years ago...Cheers,Tosh

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