FORUM Forums Software CLS2SIM Software Flight Simulation Software X-PLANE 9/10/11 Profile configuration for GA aircraft – yoke physics Reply To: Profile configuration for GA aircraft – yoke physics


I am glad to hear that an update is coming. Here are two things that I have found beyond my original posts.

In X-Plane 11, for the default B58 and C90, after landing, slowing down and after the yoke has moved forward under the weight of the elevator, the yoke swings full left with significant roll force. This does not happen with the default 172. (I was mistaken initially about the planes affected by this, about the fact that it was intermittent and later, also mistaken about it being corrected by adjusting the min and max values for the elevator being affected by speed and engine thrust. In fact, it seems that for these 2 planes this behavior is consistently present whether or not either one or both of the boxes are checked, and what values are entered, in Profile manager/General/Yoke physics.)

I have observed that in CLS Profile manager, if 2 profiles are linked to the same aircraft, but neither is set as preferred, only the one that appears first can be used; to use the one that is listed second it must be set as preferred, and then the only way to use the first is to completely remove the link to the second (it might be useful to be able to just remove the preferred tag)

I now have 6 profiles that I use and test (1 hardware trim and 1 software trim for each of the 172, B58 and C90). The most significant change with respect to the ones I attached earlier is the big increase in the CLS Profile manager/Autopilot/Force values. In case they are of interest, I am attaching a zip file containing the 6 profiles.

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