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Hi,

I found a specific defect when the ffb on he trimer the elevator senselessly turns for aileron control. The only makeshift solution to the trimer to function correctly it is in settings tick the swap axes Y. The defect is rare in other modules, I don't remember that I had to deal with. This weird thing is from the beginning of what came out of the Spitfire module.

 

 

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MSff2 does have this issue. So, any plane in DCS requires this setting as msff2 is used. Unfortunately, the programmer who programmed 109 and Spit was not aware about this, so he swapped the axes in the code, that is out of standard. Now all modules turned to standard.

Ніщо так сильно не ранить мозок, як уламки скла від розбитих рожевих окулярів

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Ничто так сильно не ранит мозг, как осколки стекла от разбитых розовых очков (С) Me

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BF 109K works without swap axes correctly. But in the Spitfire wrongly implicated trim the aileron instead of the elevator.

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This is weird. I am using a Sidewinder FFB2 and my Spitfire trims out perfectly in 1.5 without having to check any of the Force Feedback trim settings shown in a petsild's post.

HOWEVER, I just updated 2.0 Alpha including the Spitfire update and there the trims are all over the place. I tried various settings, swapping/inverting but couldn't find a solution.

 

Correction. After some more delving I can confirm that checking the 'swap axis' does indeed correct the pitch trim. My bad.


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MSff2 does have this issue. So, any plane in DCS requires this setting as msff2 is used. Unfortunately, the programmer who programmed 109 and Spit was not aware about this, so he swapped the axes in the code, that is out of standard. Now all modules turned to standard.

 

Just to be sure I understand what you said, do you mean I no longer have to swap the axes in the Spitfire?

 

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I re-installed the module P-51 and Bf-109, and there must do the same. So if you have a MSFFB2 joy it is necessary to turn on the item swap axes will then trim the elevator to work properly.

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