Originally Posted by Grantham Kid
In your EagleTree computer software there is a provision to adjust the roll / pitch / yaw rates in 2D. Under the default setting it is impossible to roll or loop the aircraft but by changing the settings to a higher rate you can fly normally yet still retain your wing levelling. Your Guardian must be connected to the computer to enable the software. A Micro B USB cable is required.
I seem to be having trouble with this website. It keeps dropping out on me.
I had similar problem couple of days back using my Tablet
The lower settings in 2D are ideal for learners as it prevents the aircraft from rolling or climbing steeply and makes the plane more user friendly for a newbie. As they progress, they can increase the percentage of roll or pitch whilst still retaining the wing levelling aspect.
This will then allow loops and rolls.
2D is the default factory setting, but this can be changed via the software.
Yep Grantham Kid - I think your idea gives answer to my question anyway. This is something JayY suggested as well but HH was not mentioned.
No wonder you have been flying straight like an arrow and xxx2D ....