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Please show your joystick settings.. how do you set it up?

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I still did not get the right feeling when sitting in plane. I use the Warthog with an 8cm extension and the Slaw pedals. I think my settings are not perfect. What do you mean? Would be great if you can show me your settings.

 

 

Here are mine:

 

Pitch:
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Sens: 100
Dead Center: 75
Dead Edge: 50
 
Roll:
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Sens: 100
Dead Center: 65
Dead Edge: 40
 
Yaw:
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Sens: 100
Dead Center: 75
Dead Edge: 60
 
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I tried fiddling with sensitivity settings but at the end of the day I went back to fully-linear for my x-52. Gunnery is far easier without the exponential response. It takes a very light hand on the stick but IMO it's worth it.

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How do you do fine pitch adjustments in large planes..

if i run full linear on my x55 even just basic pitch control is touchy to the point of moving stick 0.25mm moves plane(elevator) ingame more than 1% trim

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How do you do fine pitch adjustments in large planes..

 

if i run full linear on my x55 even just basic pitch control is touchy to the point of moving stick 0.25mm moves plane(elevator) ingame more than 1% trim

I just use trim. Back in the old sim you could fly and fight in the Mustangs using trim alone.

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Hey Tom, my advice would be to remove all dead zones. They really just hurt you and limit your axis range.

 

Since you asked

Pitch 50

Roll 20

Yaw 60

Noise filter .2

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Learning others settings wont help you. In fact it will make it worse. Just pick the setting that you feel you are OK with and stick with it. Get used to it. Others settings always make it worse.

you will waste your time trying lots of variables. Because it is personal. That is something like trying someone else shoe and thinking that you will run better.

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Settings is dependable to what joystick you have and quality of it. If you have a joystick with quality you would not like to have dead zone . If your gimbal are sticky or the sensors inaccurate you would need to have dead zones. 

Cheap joysticks is not really good in all things they suppose to do, but some of them gives adequate performance

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Pitch:
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Sens: 0
Dead Center: 0
Dead Edge: 0
 
Roll:
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Sens: 0
Dead Center: 0
Dead Edge: 0
 
Yaw:
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Sens: 0
Dead Center: 30
Dead Edge: 0
 
 
!!!!!!!!!!
 
PS:  I have "alien super accurate joystick" :) with:
- 0! mechanical play and responding to the tiniest, millimeter throw already.
- 0! mechanical friction whatsoever
 
That is why.
 
 

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my stick : VKB gladiator mkII
 
Very easy for accurate moving,landing ,aiming,or taxing.
 
Pitch:
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Sens: 90
Dead Center: 0
Dead Edge: 0
 
Roll:
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Sens: 36
Dead Center: 0
Dead Edge: 0
 
Yaw:
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Sens: 36
Dead Center: 0
Dead Edge: 0
 
Noise filter :0.01 (not sure it is work?)
If the quick responce plane (ex yak) is not too sensativity , the other plane will be OK,YES!! IL-2 BOS sereis is so Awesome!!!

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Settings I use for my X52 pro which is pretty damn accurate
 
Pitch:
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Sens: 0 and sometimes up to 40% for extra accuracy when aiming in some fighters the only issue is the more you use the more you kind of ruin maneuvrability or your responsivity by limiting the imput in the center.
Dead Center: 0
Dead Edge: 0
 
Roll:
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Sens: 0
Dead Center: 0
Dead Edge: 0
 
Yaw:
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Sens: 0
Dead Center: 8% because I use the twist and I want a tiny deadzone to avoid any minor movement I didn't want to make
Dead Edge: 0
 

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Hi gents,

 

i use the Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog with following settings, the rudder are from Saitek:

 

For the Warthog:   Enabled Hardware Deadzone, no extension, big spring out

 

Ingame settings:   Noise filter 0

 

Pitch:
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Sens: 0
Dead Center: 8
Dead Edge: 0
 
Roll:
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Sens: 0
Dead Center: 4
Dead Edge: 0
 
Yaw:
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Sens: 100
Dead Center: 4
Dead Edge: 0
 
regards
 
Little_D

 

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