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Boeing 777-300 doesnt respect right rudder

Postby andreyjardim » Sat Feb 01, 2020 1:07 am

On FG 2019.1.1 Fedora Linux 31, I downloaded from launcher the Boeing 777-300.

I fly by keyboard and have mapped some different keys on FGROOT/keyboard.xml, but my problem is on rudder to right.
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 <key n="101"> <!-- OSG  Using E key -->
  <name>e</name>
  <desc>Move rudder right</desc>
  <repeatable type="bool">true</repeatable>
  <binding>
   <command>property-adjust</command>
   <property>/controls/flight/rudder</property>
   <step type="double">0.05</step>
  </binding>

  <!-- Ctrl-M generates Enter, but we want to show the map in that case -->
  <mod-ctrl>
      <binding>
       <command>dialog-show</command>
       <dialog-name>map</dialog-name>
      </binding>
  </mod-ctrl>
 </key>



All airplanes like Cessna 172 works perfectly, but with this boing, when pressing "e" key, the rudder doesn't move and the throttle becomes idle...I tryed to mess with the 777-300 set files with no sucess.

Thanks in advance, and let me know if I should provide more info.
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Re: Boeing 777-300 doesnt respect right rudder

Postby Isaak » Sat Feb 01, 2020 5:18 am

I have no experience with modified keyboard mappings and if they override aircraft specific mappings, but in the 777, the 'e' key is mapped to a script that sets idle thrust, making it easier and faster to retard the throttle when flaring. I think the code is in 777-set-common.xml in case you want to comment it out.
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