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    has this sim got auto rudder?
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    What would it do?
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    Nope, it doesn't.

    Having 'auto rudder' it would make it a game.

    As you state, it's a sim... thus, it has no 'auto rudder'<div class="ev_tpc_signature">


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    Auto rudder was a nice feature in older flight sims (some might still do it I don't know) that tied the rudder to the aileron controls allowing for coordinated turns and ground handling without having to buy rudder pedals or use the keyboard. With almost all modern joysticks featuring a twist-rudder feature I don't think auto rudder serves much of a purpose anymore.
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    M$FS still has it. But there is no autorudder in the Il-2 series. But maybe disabling a difficulty option will make your turns co-ordinated. But it will certainly do a number of other things that you don't want to.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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    I have a Saitek game pad with two analog joysticks, and I use the right joystick as the rudder.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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    Auto rudder...game pads???

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    Originally posted by Platypus_1.JaVA:
    M$FS still has it. But there is no autorudder in the Il-2 series. But maybe disabling a difficulty option will make your turns co-ordinated. But it will certainly do a number of other things that you don't want to.
    FS only uses auto rudder if its enabled... as default when you install the program, its not active. it hasnt been since FS2002.

    Oh and using the rudder is a blast...making all sortsa wacky un-coordinated turns and moves..<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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