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E-Jets v3: Rudder not working in air - SOLVED


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Hello.

When flying the E-Jets, my rudder doesn't seem to work when in the air. The pedals in the cockpit move however no movement outside or of the aircraft.

They work fine on the ground for steering and the rudder also visibly moves on the tail when on the ground, but nothing in the air.

Is this an issue with the aircraft or am I forgetting to enable/click something?

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One thing I did notice is that after completing one flight and parking up, this would show up, not sure if it has anything to do with it.

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My rudder pedals are set to the Rudder axis in Prepar3D and work no problem with all aircraft. It think the Feelthere might be registering my rudder input only as a steering input, not entirely sure though.

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Here are two videos of the issue. As you can see, rudder pedals and flight controls display show the input working, but little to no impact on the actual aircraft itself. Once on the ground, no issues at all, the rudder moves fine.

This video is at cruise however it acts the exact same on approach, landing, takeoff, etc.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1alD8vujmrf6ejRhCfUhGGo18t96nig5R/view?usp=sharing

 

Here is a video of the aircraft on the ground, as you can see, full travel on the rudder.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qFCX2OdmgumbV0cJ_hDwwuxcX0VwX0JH/view?usp=sharing

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