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Old 04-25-2014, 01:23 AM   #1
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Default DX9 Aileron - Rudder mixing. What am I missing?

I have a new plane that I'm setting up on my DX9 radio. I want to add in some Aileron - to - rudder mixing.

The DX9 has a selection under MIXING called AIL > RUD. This sounds like exactly what I need.

So I enable it, set it to a switch, adjust the LEFT and RIGHT mix %, and ...

nothing happens. Aileron movement does not cause rudder movement. (Nor does rudder movement cause aileron movement.)

The DX9 provides a handy monitor right there on the mixing screen so I can see that nothing's happening.

This should be really simple. What am I missing?

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