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Whenever switching controls, it seems a smal desync occurs and the plane starts loosing parts. Flaps, aileron, elevator etc. This happened a few years ago too. Anyone else noticed this?

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Yea, I've noticed it too.

 

As soon as you take / give controls, the pilot who loses controls goes in G-Loc and there will be a control surface that detaches (Flaps as first, then aileron and then rudder and elevator).

 

It's a real shame! Such a fun little plane to fly in two

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DCS has always been about the latest module release. Older modules, languish, or even get worse, as in this case. I was away from DCS for over a year, but I checked every email they sent me about new releases. Not very much about the L-39, ever. If a bug is even reported, it won't get much support and nothing happens (just what I have been seeing).

 

C-101 is the complete opposite. I think Dev's actually read posts like this and get bugs fixed. There is a nice long list on every update for that plane.

 

I do love the L-39, though. :)

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