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    the new update made the planes unflyable for me. First step, adjust the sensitivities in game, helps a bit. Then have to go into each plane's config files individually and fix what microsoft "fixed," some of their "fixes" were anything from hilarious to horrendous this time. I suppose I should have isolated the planes before doing the update, will certainly do so next time. So far I've got the 172 flying decently again, probably do the three or four others I use regularly one at a time. (I'm not gonna detail the config fixes unless anyone wants them. It's a pain in the ass process).

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    I think it was helpful if you can put the settings because I also have sensitivity problems with my controller and I’d love to learn how to put the flights fine.
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    I just flew KFMZ to KOLU in the DA40NG and it behaved very nicely, improved smoothness in fact.
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    some of the faster planes seem fine. My problems seem to be with the 172 and similar planes. After calibrating controllers and adjusting in game sensitivities, I find it necessary to find the aircraft config file, then reduce elevator and elevator trim effectiveness by a half to two thirds. The path to the aircraft config file varies depending on installation. Mine is users-user name-app data-roaming-microsoft flight sim-packages-official-steam-asorbo aircraft-sim objects-airplanes-click on the plane you want to modify-then sim objects-airplanes-the airplane file - then open the flight model config file. I just use wordpad for this.

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    The new update changed the way control sensitivities are adjusted, so I had to redo my setups as shown below:

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    This is working for me. If someone thinks otherwise, I would like to see their solution.

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    Art, the problem seems to be every different hardware setup will need different adjustments. My sensitivities seem about right??
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    Quote Originally Posted by dea View Post
    the new update made the planes unflyable for me. First step, adjust the sensitivities in game, helps a bit. Then have to go into each plane's config files individually and fix what microsoft "fixed," some of their "fixes" were anything from hilarious to horrendous this time. I suppose I should have isolated the planes before doing the update, will certainly do so next time. So far I've got the 172 flying decently again, probably do the three or four others I use regularly one at a time. (I'm not gonna detail the config fixes unless anyone wants them. It's a pain in the ass process).
    Yes, any changes you make to the cfg files you have to back up because they may be overwritten. Apparently asobo doesn't know people make their own changes.
    Last edited by shb7; 10-29-2020 at 11:20 PM.

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    I like these, though my poor, tired, creaky old joystick needs a 10 or 15 percent dead zone - kinda like old cars were back in the 60s and 70s, whole bunch of slack in the steering wheel, just had to compensate for it.

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    I agree. Have only flown the 172 so far, and I'm not going to say it's "spot-on", but it's much better than it was (using Thrustmaster T-16000). I didn't even check the sensitivity settings; just flew directly after the update.

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    This is horrible! The update completely wrecked the flight model. I can't get the Cessna 172 off the ground till I lower the elevator a little at over 80 knots. What a pathetic update!

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