I have a SB10-glider that has air-brake, 2 flaps and as usual an aileron per wing.
I have mixed so that when I move the throttle-stick, which acts as a brake on landing, only the air-brakes will start and they are fully raised when the throttle-stick is in the middle.
Just before the throttle is in the middle, the 2 flaps will gradually descend, as well as some dive compensation, to be fully down when the throttle-stick is in the bottom position.
This works well and so far so good!
The middle flap is long so there is 2 servos attached to it.
Because the 2 servos sits on different inputs in the receiver I first programmed with only one servo on the middle flap to make it easier to getting the movement right and then I copied the values to the other servo. After some small correction the 2 servos moves correctly regarding the brake.
When I then move the aileron the "first servo" on the middle flap moves in the right direction, but the second servo on the middle flap moves in the other/wrong direction!
Hope you understood what I mean!
I have of course tried to find a solution for this but not succeded.
Anyone who has an idea of how I will correct this?