|Do you fly with autorudder??|
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Do you fly with autorudder (realism settings/flight controls)?
I never really worked out what it did for me. When I enabled it, it made taxiing difficult so I don't use it now 😉
I have never used auto Rudder whishing to simulate the real thing as best I can. Some day I will spring to rudder peddals an yoke. May have to waight as new graphics card will probably give me the biggest boost to reality.
I have it on now because the stick I have isn't all that precise in the twist department.
Same... it's so much of a pain in the ass to try and use the joystick as rudder. When/if I get pedals, I'll disable it. Until then, no. I don't need the headache =p
I don't use autorudder, because I want to make all my flights as real as possible.
I do use autorudder, because it helps with flying helicopters...
I always use autorudder, because upon departure, no matter how aligned my aircraft is, it always starts to veer to one side. I have my realism settings set to hard - don't know if thats why though. My joystick is correctly cariblated aswell.
Well, I obviously don't use it because I plunked down the necessary $100 or so for the CH-pedals . I don't regret it though, it really is great. It's almost as if your legs are taking some pressure off of all the things you have to be worrying about, especailly since it becomes automatic after a while! If i look left through a turn (on ground or in the air), my legs automatically shift into the turn.
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