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Yep, same here.

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Don’t confuse autopilot with recovery emergency. Just before you hit H, try to get the vertical speed close to zero and the same with roll the most horizontal possible. Also both parameters should be stable at the moment of hit H (not increasing or decreasing) So will rock


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How do I switch off the Autopilot? I press H and an unable to get control back. there is a light on the right side that shows TRIMMER RP (in cyrillic)

 

 

The autopilot works by adjusting the trim. When you cancel the autopilot, you're "in control", just the plane is trimmed weird depending on what you were doing e.g. if you cancel autopilot in a turn. If you want it back 100%, you also have to reset the trim.

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Each one is a different autopilot function, but I don't know off the top of my head which is which. One that's on all the time is the pitch damper, you can turn this off as well but it requires holding "reset autopilot" for 3 seconds. One I think is just a generic "AP is on", then additional lights for what type e.g. roll hold, altitude hold etc.

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I fly the MIG with MS Sidewinder, but also it goes absoute crazy when i try Altitude Holde..

 

 

Anyone Experience with the Sidewinder?

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I fly sidewinder. Alt hold can be tricky, I recommend finding a sweet spot I need speed where the gains work without causing oscillations. Easy to do even without AP since sidewinders can’t use curves or dead zones. In addition to bring in the right speed range I get best results when activating alt hold when I move already level and holding alt. Hope this helps. I really don’t want to have to save up for a brunner stick:’(

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I've just gotten the Mig-29 module ... and was wondering if anyone knows of a video or tutorial on how to use this aircraft feature?

Cap did a short autopilot tutorial for Su-27, Su-33, Mig-29 & Su-25 recently.

 

 

Note: IIRC, when I flew the Su-25T regularly - I used Altitude, Attitude, Autopilot OFF and Trim reset keybinds but kept away from the other modes.

 

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I found DevRim's English Cockpit particularly useful for checking which autopilot mod I was in when starting out, so you may want to try that.

 

DEVRiM_MiG-29_CompleteEnglishCockpitMod_4.jpg

 

DevRim's DCS MiG-29 Complete English Cockpit Mod

 

https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/2081947/


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Cap did a short autopilot tutorial for Su-27, Su-33, Mig-29 & Su-25 recently.

 

 

Note: IIRC, when I flew the Su-25T regularly - I used Altitude, Attitude, Autopilot OFF and Trim reset keybinds but kept away from the other modes.

 

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I found DevRim's English Cockpit particularly useful for checking which autopilot mod I was in when starting out, so you may want to try that.

 

DEVRiM_MiG-29_CompleteEnglishCockpitMod_4.jpg

 

DevRim's DCS MiG-29 Complete English Cockpit Mod

 

https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/2081947/

 

Thank you.

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