Okay folks, on the rudder/yoke coupling: Did a little experiment. This is with the Beta CLS2Sim, BTW, which I can confirm does not fix this particular problem.

IAC, I disconnected the rudder axis and brake axes in FS2020, for my non-Brunner pedals. Obviously, no more twitching. Then, I reassigned the brake axes, back to the pedals. No twitching. Then, on the off chance this was either axis or device-specific, I reassigned left and right rudder functions to a pair of keyboard keys. And presto! Twitching is back. So it would seem to be anything involving yaw commands, regardless of input device, in the sim feeding back into CLS2Sim or, I dunno, SimConnect. I’m not a software engineer, so I’m decidedly ignorant of the innards. I’ll leave that to the experts.
Hope this helps!




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