I fly in DCS on Soviet and USA planes and helicopters. No problems with different styles artificial horizons.However, if this would be changed, it will be like relearning cycling but with reversed steering. Or at least learning the Russian-style artificial horizon after the Western one.
It is interesting, because when I began to practice instrument flying on DCS's MiG-21 I did have some problems when it came to quick interpretation of the attitude indicator. Nothing extreme, just sometimes a bit of confusion for a fraction of a second. However when I've got my real life IR training and one day after take off it turned out that the aritficial horizont was unreliable. We decided with my instructor to continue with the task and I'll do the ILS approaches on turn indicator instead of the AH. What was surprising that though the turn indicator works in the "Russian" style, even on a Cessna, I didn't have any problem with it and it didn't have any sensible impact on the accuracy of my approaches. But I'd attribute it to the fact that the "Wendezeiger" is a totally different instrument than the AH, and in my brain there were no burnt-in motoric reflexes associated with it. Or maybe I'm much more focused when I fly a real plane than when I'm playing with flight simsI fly in DCS on Soviet and USA planes and helicopters. No problems with different styles artificial horizons.
Can the FDAIs be driven by the AGC? If so, then the answer (or more info) should be in the code...I will take care of it. Haven't fully decided yet what the best place to change polarity is (panel code or electronic display assembly...). I also haven't found a definite source yet if it works the same way in the LM. Once I have I'll change it in both spacecraft at once.
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If spacecraft yaws right, the yaw rate needle moves left.