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Today when I wanted to play I got strange shaking on most of my plane/helicopters. First I thought it was head shaking or something, but it also continue after landing and turned off engine. Even in in the pause screen.

See video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDMuJI95OM8&feature=youtu.be

 

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Haha, i had the same taxiing the Su-25T, thought the roadworkers made a bad job paving the strip. I flew only Helicopters later that night, but it was present with the Su-25T on one of my taxiing procedures, 100%

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It's quite strange as it hadn't any update yesterday. I've tried before answering and I havn't this problem.

All airplanes or just some ? I've tried with L-39 and nothing special.

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It's quite strange as it hadn't any update yesterday. I've tried before answering and I havn't this problem.

All airplanes or just some ? I've tried with L-39 and nothing special.

 

It's not that it always happens, it happened on one of my taxiing procedures last night, I even streamed it to YT but had to delete it afterwards due to copyright issues with the music I played.

 

You notice it directly, it is MUCH more intense than the usual dadong dadong dadong when you taxi over the concrete plates. It's like dadadadadadadadada breaks your neck in RL I guess

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The problem was that I asigned the rotary switches on my Saitek x 52 pro to the view horisental and vertical things (cant remeber the name) in axis assign option menu. At first I was very happy it was posible but then very sad for the bug it created...

I am aware that it is possible to assign them in the Saitek program, but I prefear not use it.


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I recall a problem some time ago where if you had wind set up in the mission then you would sometimes get a shaking head on the ground while taxiing - could be similar? Create a mission with 0 wind speed and try again.

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I recall a problem some time ago where if you had wind set up in the mission then you would sometimes get a shaking head on the ground while taxiing - could be similar? Create a mission with 0 wind speed and try again.

The problem was even with the engine off. But solved it by deleting my profile of the rotary switches.

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