Haven’t seen this bug being reported by other uses on IFC. I’ve experienced this issue for almost 2 years now.
Whilst executing an ILS approach in a A320 with AP disconnected at around (3 DME) the aircraft is trimmed out nicely. Later on durning the approach I disconnect AT and experience a severe pitch down motion which require quite a lot of back pressure. This doesn’t make any sense and can’t be a realistic feature.
I don’t think this is a bug. When I first started flying on IF, I didn’t add trim and never recalibrated. This lead to a sudden dip of the nose once I turned off the AP, especially if the aircraft is too nose heavy. Once I got a little more experienced, I began trying several trim amounts until the nose didn’t drop, or it did very little. This is all without recalibrating. It varies from aircraft to aircraft, but on the B737 I use 15% trim for landing at Flaps 30° and 135kts. It works wonders.
Try some flights in Solo and find the trim that best suits you.
If by AT you mean autopilot, I’m fairly certain this isn’t a bug. It’s happened to me on numerous occasions and every time I was not trimmed properly. What percentage of positive trim were you using (if you can find it)
Very interesting… I don’t understand how the throttle could be connected to the elevator though. I guess I’ll have to do some testing of my own later. In this case I’m thinking its probably a bug, but I’ve never experienced it first-hand so idk for sure