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Good morning Mr. Dowson. Sorry to trouble you but I'm having an issue with the Majestic Dash 8 q300 elevator sensitivity. In flight the aircraft drastically pitches up or down with normal yoke input. I believe this is a bug in the aircraft itself since none of my other payware aircraft have this issue. I have a registered version of your software and am using a Saitek yoke. I've tried different settings with the slope adjustments to no avail. Could you please tell me how I might adjust the elevator sensitivity for a particular profile? Thank you for your time.

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Good morning Mr. Dowson. Sorry to trouble you but I'm having an issue with the Majestic Dash 8 q300 elevator sensitivity. In flight the aircraft drastically pitches up or down with normal yoke input. I believe this is a bug in the aircraft itself since none of my other payware aircraft have this issue. I have a registered version of your software and am using a Saitek yoke. I've tried different settings with the slope adjustments to no avail. Could you please tell me how I might adjust the elevator sensitivity for a particular profile? Thank you for your time.

There's no overall "sensitivity" adjustment as such, just the slope facilty to allow you to flatten the response in the centre with corresponding increase at the extremes, or (to do the reverse of what you want to od), steepen the response in the centre and correspondingly flatten it at the extremes. Just adjust the slope in the calibration to suit your needs.

Regards

Pete

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