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#1 Bradley747



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Posted 18 May 2010 - 06:44 PM

CLS, Please please tell me there is a way i can edit or change the rudder & nose wheel sync to the wing aileron movement instead. I have a perfect but old joystick that i use for FS9 but it does not support the twist action that most use to control the nose wheel/tail movement, PMDG & Project Airbus for example are set up the way im hoping youll support me to, whereas your CLS DC10 & 747-200/300 that i own along with Overland Airliners all have static nose wheels IF theres no tail movement. This is merely for movement on the ground only

Show me some light please.....

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Posted 19 May 2010 - 02:09 AM

I am not sure I am completely following you, but isnt that just the autorudder setting in FS? It should link the joystick movement to the nosewheel turning while on the ground.

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Posted 19 May 2010 - 03:43 AM

Yeah like Albert said

Settings --> General/realism (im not sure) --> Auto rudder (ticked)

that will move the nose wheel when your turn the aircraft without using the ruder (by moving the ailerons)

its what ive got it set to on my FS9 because my Joystick doesn't have rudder control

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Posted 19 May 2010 - 05:19 AM

This isnt a sarcastic response but guys ive been using FS now for 9 years, i know about that auto rudder box, regardless of it being clicked or not clicked this does nothing for the CLS & Overland planes which is why i started this topic.

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Posted 03 February 2012 - 01:09 PM

Yep... I'm having the same issue. All other aircraft seems to work under this function except CLS A340-600. Not sure about the other CLS products. I only fly A340-600. LOL!!!

My aim, is my dream, is to aspire, is to make it real; to fly as a Professional Certified Commercial Pilot.

The A340-600 is my number 1 bird

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