Re: Does Crimson Skies' joystick operation not work normally?



Kiwi
07-09-2005, 10:40 PM
Regarding banking vs. rolling behavior, it should be a matter of degree.
Leaning the joystick left, should bank left, which in turn should cause a
left turn. Left rudder isn't normally required (twisting the joystick).
Real planes begin turning as soon as they are banked; the sharpness of the
turn depends on the angle of bank.

In real flight, you center the joystick after the degree of bank desired is
reached. Rolling normally requires "full" left stick, held there through the
roll, with the rudder used to *stop* the tendency of the nose to turn in the
direction of the roll.


Kiwi
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> "Silent" <Silent@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>
> > I'm having a new problem with the demo though. The joystick doesn't work as
> > I'd like it to: pushing the stick left/right rolls me instead of turns me


Re: Does Crimson Skies' joystick operation not work normally?