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Posted Tuesday, April 08, 2014 2:08:34 PM
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I have the FS Flying School PRO 2014 installed. I have Saitek Yoke, rudder pedals and cessna trim wheel. For some reason when I am in a cocpit and then start FS Flying School, it appears that my ailerons do not respond to my yoke. However, from the cockpit the problem does not seem to arise, but from the outside position one can see that the ailerons do not respond, and the plane indeed does not bank at all. Maybe I need to reinstall FS Flying School or I should I change some settings?
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Posted Wednesday, April 09, 2014 9:40:25 AM


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Hi Marcel:

FSFlyingSchool certainly does nothing which attempts to control your ailerons.

But... a registered version of FSUIPC can be set up to control many things - are you using a registered version of FSUIPC?

Have you changed control configurations using FSUIPC?

Does this problem occur in several different planes?



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Posted Tuesday, April 15, 2014 1:15:33 PM
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Thanks. indeed it had to to with 2 factors: (1) I assumed that CTRL+Z was to proceed into the next mode in FSX (misreading from my side) instead of CTRL+SHIFT+Z. (2) In addition, CTRL+Z has been set by FSX - Settings controls to Autopilot altitude hold (on/off). CTRL+SHIFT+Z was assigned in FSX Settings to Altitude bug (select).

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Posted Wednesday, April 16, 2014 2:48:05 AM


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Excellent!

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