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  • #16
    Re: What does it mean yaw and pitch factors?

    Originally posted by Talus
    Yaw and pitch factors change sensitivity for the MOUSE only.

    Those settings will NOT affect keyboard or joystick users.
    Are you sure? Cause with my JS it was slow on the sensitivity end. When i changed those settings it improved alot? On default it was like a flying tank in the air

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    • #17
      Ok, Yaw, pitch and roll are terms of aircraft, terms of rotation of the 3 axis. The axis of yaw is the axis running from up to down, yaw is the rotation of the airplane nose to the left or to the right. The axis of pitch is the axis running from wing to wing, pitch is the rotation of the airplane nose up and down. The axis of roll is the axis running from the nose of the airplane to the tail, roll is the rotation of the airplane moving one wing up or down and the other down or up. These axis are vertical, transverse and longitudinal.

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      • #18
        Finally we got an answer after 15 years.
        "Crunch's First Officer"
        twitter: @signaprime

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        • #19
          Originally posted by signa View Post
          Finally we got an answer after 15 years.
          Until they edit their post to stealthily insert a link.

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