Do Real plane controls, of a 777 or a Cessna for instance have "Centering Force"?
This is related to FS2004 because when I se forces in there the stick has no Centering Forces. MS Website claims that that is how real plane controls are.
Is that True? If so, how can you be completely sure that the plane's controls are centered? By pressing NUM5 in the simulator, but what about with the joystick or in real life?
Also, When I enable Control Surface Forces in FS2004 te joystick goes berserk when I make a steep and sharp turn/climb or a climbing turn and it becomes difficult to control because the handle (and the controls with it) goes all over the place. Is that real, if you pull back the controls sharply the controls want to go back with great force or vice versa?
The Swinging Motions described above are caused by the "Go against the position" effect. When I pull the joystick left, it swings to the right (if I just turn and then not apply any force on the handle, just hold it) because of that It swings back left, and faster and faster, is that real?
Also a minor issue, the water in chicago meigs is too blue, almost sky-blue, is that how it is supposed to be?