A different gear turning feature.

I found that infinite flight, the yoke and the rudder is used t control the aircraft steering. In most aircraftx however, the steering is implemented by a knob, and most of you guys can identify it at the side of a Boeing, left on the captain"s side near the pepsi/drinks area, and similar for the F/O seat but on the right side. In the airbus, the knob is just below the sidestick on the captain’s and F/O’s area. I really wonder if Infinite Flight should implement this as this can improve realism in the actual taxiing itself.

And someone please post this in features. I cant do it myself.

Currently the rudder and nose gear steering is combined hence it is this way

ye but most pilots use the gear knob to turn most of the time.
u can see in most of the flight videos with cockpit cameras in it

It’s called a tiller and yes I’m aware. We don’t have one at all, it’s the rudder which is turning the nose gear on IF. I personally would like there to be a button to switch between using a tiller or the rudder, using the same bar though and under 30 knots.

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