Is it more realistic if I put this setting off or is it not
Personally I have it off. I think it does bring a lot more realism. Especially when your doing crosswind takeoffs and so on. I mean… at the end of the day do you turn on the ground by tilting your device 🙂
No it does not, in real life, to control the nose wheel, you either use the tiller or the rudder pedals, never the yoke or joystick
So I have to turn it off @Mathurin_Garcier
It kind of depends, but mostly no, it is not realistic. Although, many aircraft do have yaw dampeners.
Edit: my mistake, thought this setting was for the air. Looks like it’s ground only, meaning the rotation of the phone is able to steer while taxing.
For a more realistic experience, turn that off 👍
Turn it off if you are landing in a crosswind. You have to deflect your aileron into the wind after landing but if you have auto coordination on you will just slide off the runway.
So u keep auto coordination off at all time? Nvr actually know what it do
I keep it off all the time. It does say “on the ground only.” So it doesn’t affect the necessary cross control usage to land in a crosswind even if it is on. But, someone else can comment because I haven’t tested the takeoff case:
When taking off in a crosswind is a key issue, when you lift the nose off the runway, it’s: rudder with the wind (direction of wind arrow); ailerons opposite (against the wind arrow).
Does it de-couple for rotation so you can do the proper crosswind takeoff, or does the main gear have to leave the runway first for the decouple?
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