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Thread: Sensitivities for Ch Products Yoke hatswitch

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    Default Sensitivities for Ch Products Yoke hatswitch

    My sensitivities for my hat switch are very twitchy. It makes it very difficult to look around the cockpit. How do people have their hatswitch mapped and calibrated? Maybe I am using the wrong camera?

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    Coincidentally, I was wondering the same thing. There doesn't seem to be a "sensitivity" setting for the POV button, so if anyone has any ideas, we both would be appreciative.

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    While in the simulator flying, go up to the tool bar and open the camera settings window. Providing you set the CH hat switch up properly for ‘POV’ views, adjust the free look speed settings (both) to your liking. I believe the default is 50 for both. I find the free look speed setting I like is 25 and the free look setting below that (momentum or something like that) at 30. You can do the same for the external free look settings. Made a huge difference for me. You should notice a big difference. Good luck!
    Last edited by wblackret; 11-24-2020 at 01:44 AM.

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    Thanks for the tip - it worked perfectly!

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    Thank you so much. Works like a charm.

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