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Hello guys, I'm having an issue to use the mouse as the primary flight controls.

Well, when I "put my hands" on flight controls (pressing de center + on the screen), it just actuates the roll axis and the yaw axis stays stuck, which makes me completely unable to taxi or control the rudder while airborne.

Someone knows how to fix it?


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Flying with the mouse only controls roll & pitch. Yaw is handled automatically by the sim. To have manual control over yaw you will need to use a USB device, like rudder pedals, or the twist on a joystick.
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Thanks for answering.

Well, my problem is exactly what you've described.

When I try to flight with the mouse, the rudder stay stuck, in other words, the simulator simply doesn't control it automatically as it should.

There's a way to correct it?