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    WWMaxGunz's Avatar Senior Member
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    I've been using that upper hat but it's a stretch and no good while fine-controlling.
    Best I've done maybe is that big rotary on the throttle. Just rest your left index finger
    on the far left side so not your fingertip but the side of your finger is on it and see
    how finely you can turn it. You cut the sensitivity and you cut the authority as well,
    it won't turn twice or more around.
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    You can adjust the sensitivity for trim adjustments using IL-2 Sticks utility which can be downloaded here. http://www.airwarfare.com/Sims/FB/fi...ks1.0hBeta.zip<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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    I used the throttle rotaries for that, but as you said, it was too sensitive. I also never found a fast way to go back to a middle ground, so I ditched that and went back to click by click adjustments.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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    This Tool is much better than the above mentioned Il-2 Sticks. It takes the concept of the program to a whole new level. Just see for yourself.
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    I agree.... it is IL2 Sticks on steroids.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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    Im just know hearing about this tool!?! WTH! <div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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    Hmmm, interesting program. Reading his notes under the download, I'm wondering how it is possible to set sliders above 100% and what effect that actually has when the game is only supposed to go to 100%.

    Must experiment this long weekend.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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    Originally posted by Bewolf:
    I used the throttle rotaries for that, but as you said, it was too sensitive. I also never found a fast way to go back to a middle ground, so I ditched that and went back to click by click adjustments.


    Go into 'Controls', and bind keys for neutralising your trim. I use my cursor keys

    On my X-45, I use the thumbstick on the trottle for pitch and roll trim, and the thumb rotary for rudder. very effective once you get used to it. When I trim badly, a quick stab on either the up or down arrow, or the left and right arrow, cancels out pitch or roll

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    I wonder how this plays out in Billfish's household?



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    WWMaxGunz's Avatar Senior Member
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    You neutralize trim with a key/button while using a rotary or slider then that screws up
    where center is on the rotary and you can severely limit your ability to trim in one
    direction until you do set the rotary back to the detent (big dial makes a small click)
    or center, whatever. However, with the thumbstick... awww, but I use that to slow-pan
    the view!
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