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Old 04-11-2013, 06:18 AM
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on page 43 of my 10G manual it says "We recommend setting negative Exponential to soften the feel around neutral".Yet on page 77 it reads " using a positive Exponential value allows for smoother control by lessening the amount of servo travel in relation to the amount of stick movement. Using a negative Exponential value may result in more 'twitchy' control surface response because the amount of servo travel will be increased in relation to the amount of control stick movement.
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The information on page 77 of your manual is correct. Note the position of the curve in the plot of stick position vs servo output. A positive value softens the response around neutral for smoother control..

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Yes I figured it out easy enough. Thank you.
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