Phatmatt
Vroom Vroom
+298|5612|Canada

This might be a stupid question but what does the Yaw factor and Pitch factor in the controls->aircraft do?

Last edited by Phatmatt (2008-02-15 17:02:13)

Flaming_Maniac
prince of insufficient light
+2,490|6130|67.222.138.85
tkoi
Utahraptor!
+148|5570|Texas
Yaw is turning left and right (A and D), Pitch is your tilt forward or backward (mouse up/down)
Phatmatt
Vroom Vroom
+298|5612|Canada

Thanks guys.
Ryan
Member
+1,230|6266|Alberta, Canada

Yaw is your rudder movement. When you twist your joystick, or press the A or D key, you plane with move the rudder from side to side, which is yaw.

Pitch is the vertical angle of your plane. By pulling your joystick toward you, you will fly upward. By pushing it away from you, you will dive the nose down.

Roll is determined by the movement of the ailerons. If one aileron is up and the other is down, the plane will roll.
Phatmatt
Vroom Vroom
+298|5612|Canada

Ryan wrote:

Yaw is your rudder movement. When you twist your joystick, or press the A or D key, you plane with move the rudder from side to side, which is yaw.

Pitch is the vertical angle of your plane. By pulling your joystick toward you, you will fly upward. By pushing it away from you, you will dive the nose down.

Roll is determined by the movement of the ailerons. If one aileron is up and the other is down, the plane will roll.
That pretty much sums it up. thanks.
**LiLp-DeFiNeD
Banned
+54|5578|Vancouver, BC, Canada
Game doesn't work right now, but from what I recall, weren't there like sliders or something in relation to Yaw/Pitch? Maybe it was the mouse sensitivity, anyone care for a refresher?

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