Originally Posted by Don Stackhouse
In a plane with rudder+dihedral in place of ailerons, the RUDDER is the primary roll control, and therefore the rudder should be plugged into the aileron channel on the receiver.
Of course with a modern computer transmitter there is another option. Mix the aileron channel 100% into the rudder channel, and then you can steer the airplane equally well with the right or the left stick.
That's how I do it too and it works just fine.
The Canary is a very fine bird. I have flown it again just yesterday (and the day before).
I remember a German Thread, where people built ailerons into the Canary. You can do that, but it is not necessary.
Instead, people at the airfield are often wondering how THAT rudder works.
(The rudder flaps are only moving from the center position to the outward position)