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Rudder issues P3Dv4.5

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Hello all

Hardly have any issues with FSUIPC but after installing the new PMDG NGXu I been having rudder issues on that aircraft and others constantly, please can anyone tell me how should I set my rudder since I dont have pedals but I have a joystick with a rudder axis, I also have a yoke but all is good there, all my other FSUIPC issues are fine but the rudder is giving me issues, I even deleted the .ini file from the fsuipc and same thing, thats for any help!

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1 hour ago, n452mk said:

but after installing the new PMDG NGXu I been having rudder issues on that aircraft and others constantly

Let me get this right. Merely installing the 737NGXu has messed up your rudder control on all aircraft? Or only PMDG aircraft? And you've mad no changes, only installed an aircraft?

1 hour ago, n452mk said:

please can anyone tell me how should I set my rudder since I dont have pedals but I have a joystick with a rudder axis,

The rudder is just another flight control axis along with aileron and elevator. FSUIPC treats them all the same.

And you go on to say:

1 hour ago, n452mk said:

even deleted the .ini file from the fsuipc and same thing,

With no settings -- no assignments, no calibrations, nothing -- FSUIPC isn't doing anything, at least not for you. At most it will be obeying requests from other applications designed to work with FSUIPC,  or Lua plug-ins.

It sounds rather like you may have questions for PMDG, doesn't it?

If you want furrther help here you'll need to supply the FSUIPC5.LOG and the FSUIPC5.INI files from the Modules folder, and also describe exactly what the rudder problems are, and which aircraft they do and don't affect. Also, if you are attempting assignment in FSUIPC, whether buttons or axes, please be sure to turn controllers off in P3D altogether.

Pete

 

 

 

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Hi @Pete Dowson sorry for the delay but family and work...

Maybe I didn't provide enough info on my issue, I use FSUIPC full version for few years now so every aircraft I have is using it, I installed the NGXU recently and when I start taxiing the plane with turn drastically to the left, I do not have pedals but I use a joystick with a rudder axis, I did a reset, deleted the ini and problem solved but after few flights will do it again, nothing similar to the other 20 aircrafts that I have so maybe is a PMDG issue like you said, now they have few rudder options to setup but I need to look into it, I was just asking for the proper way to setup the rudder on this case but thanks for always responding.

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1 hour ago, n452mk said:

I was just asking for the proper way to setup the rudder on this case but thanks for always responding.

The same as for aileron and ellevator. Having already calibrated in Windows Game controllers, assign however you like, as for the other two flight controls, and calibrate following the numbered steps in the User Guide.

There's really no difference. It is one of the those three major flight controls.

Pete

 

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Thanks Pete and sorry for the delayed response, at the moment only the NGXu is the only aircraft giving me rough rudder movements, I touch it very gentle and will turn drastic but im not the only one from what Ive seen, is a PMDG issue.

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