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    I would like to know what is the diference between "Level Stabilizer" and "Toggle level autopilot".

    I think the command "Level Stabilizer" don´t work.

    Thanks.
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    I would like to know what is the diference between "Level Stabilizer" and "Toggle level autopilot".

    I think the command "Level Stabilizer" don´t work.

    Thanks.
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  3. #3
    so use toggle level autopilot...

    Not sure what the "level stabilizer" command is used for...sounds like a reset trim tab command of some sort...although the rudder is attached to the stabilzer and IT has the trim tabs on the planes that have them. I've never seen it in the commands or in any case haven't assigned it to anything.
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    Toggle Level autopilot controls whether the autopilot toggles automatically when you switch cockpits in multi-seat aircraft.

    Level stabilizer holds the aircraftr straight and level for bomb runs and is only available on certain aircraft, namely, B-25, He-111 and TB-3.
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  5. #5
    Thanks for your answers.
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  6. #6
    Is the level autopilot on by default, so you can jump from pilot to gunner without worrying about flight control? Do you have to assign a key to if for it to work, like gear up & down in an F4F?
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  7. #7
    Yes it is by default on, but you can change the mapping(key in ctrls).
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