I have been trying to take off in a light helicopter without auto-trim and have just about managed to get it off the ground and flying straight. The problem is that to fly straight and level, my G940 joystick needs to be in the far up and left position, which is very tiring not to mention difficult to actually control. I am starting to think that something is going a bit screwy with the control settings. Anyway I thought I would take a look at the joystick settings and I am a bit confused!
On the Customize Controller screen there are three graphs at the top depicting the curves. I can't seem to change these, and nothing I do seems to affect them. What are they and can you change them? If they are the same thing as the control curves in something like DCS A10 or Black Shark2 then shouldn't I be able to change them?
If you click the 'show' button you can see the readings that the joystick is outputing. These are as I would expect so I know my stick is centred and ouputing correctly. However the show button also reveals a drop down box with the values '1.0, 1.2, 1.5, 1.9, 2.4, 3.0'. What are these values and what do they do?
Of course I can continue to play with auto-trim enabled, but I am sure there is something amis as it shouldn't be this hard to control, should it?
In case it matters, I have sensitivity set to zero in the logitech profiler and the defaults in ToH. Deadzones are zero in both.