UPDATE to my post “September 2020 at 11:15”

Since the Microsoft Flight Simulator Update 1.9.3 my yoke is no more working with force feed back when using autopilot.
When activating the A320 (non modified!) autopilot the plane will fly straight or turn describing circles but will not follow the flight plan and as soon as I disconnect the yoke… the plane turns toward his route then flies correctly.

So the ONLY solution is (as it occurs when using P3D / TFDi 717 or P3D / MilViz KA350i or P3D / Vertx DA62, an old problem still without a solution even if “MilViz spoke to Brunner and gave them the solution and they will be trying it out after the 27th“) use the yoke as a “stupid” vJoy device without force feed back.

Personal temporary conclusion : NOTHING WORKS.

As long as there’s life there’s hope…


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