I hope this is the right section for this question; please move it if not.
I'm looking for a way to enable the roll axis on the joystick. I remember that in the older WC games, Left or Right controlled yaw as normal, but Trigger 1 + Left/Right would roll the ship instead of turning. Currently, Roll is tied to 7/9 on the keypad, and this is a bit counter-intuitive. I enjoy using roll manoeuvers as part of my flying style since it comes very naturally. Is there a way to do a joystick button combo assignment in WC Saga, or do you need a unique button per action?
PITCH = Y Axis. double click on the right config statement and push the stick forward or back.
BANK = X Axis. double click on the right config statement and push the stick to the left or right.
YAW = RY Axis. double click on the right config statement and twist the stick to the left or right.
Config Statement = Ship Controls (Section)
YAW controls your rudder in a flight sim so moves the FRONT of your craft from left to right as apposed to banking which ROLLS your craft over on its side.
I have tried Y=pitch, X=yaw, and roll = RY (luckily my stick does have a Z axis). It's very difficult to calibrate properly though; the RY axis seems to always be slightly "off-centre", with the result that the ship rolls constanty even when I'm not twisting the stick.
yes mine does the same, you can re install the software or update it.
you can also open up the joystick and blow out all the dust and food scrapes
If you have an old stick like mine Extreme 3D Pro then the cleaning it out and checking the connectors
is the best bet... unfortunately its only a temp fix. I over look the problem as I'm CHEAP!
I also discovered last night by accident that if I plugged in my USB logitech extreme 3d pro and I had the stick anywhere but center it took that position when I connected it as the center position. I did not realize that I had the stick twisted on the Z axis when I plugged it in before launching the game, but as soon as I went into the first mission all I could do was rotate. Unplugging it and plugging it back in making sure the stick itself was not touched fixed it.