View Poll Results: Which airbrake scheme are you using?

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  • I switched to L1/R1

    29 54.72%
  • Using the default L2/R2

    24 45.28%
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Thread: Airbrake shoulder scheme

  1. #11
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    I switched it to L1/R1 off the rip.

  2. #12
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    I used to use L1/R1 on HD/Fury, but on Omega I've kept it on L2/R2 and just dropped the sensitivity to 80%. I found the triggers on the DS4 to be easy to keep a grip on and in most cases I'm only after a light tap to get the tail of the craft to turn in. I'm finding it far easier to prevent myself accidentally sideshifting too.

  3. #13
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    Wow, 13 - 13 so far! Interesting. I'll try fine tuning L2/R2 and see what I get out of it...

  4. #14
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    Actually L2/R2 on 80% seems nice!

  5. #15

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    I've stuck with L2/R2. I have to go with what's most comfortable for longer periods of time these days and having my fingers further back leaves my thumbs less constricted.

    I'm so relieved that the face buttons are no longer analogue. That's a massive quality of life improvement for me, they were hard to keep held down hard enough.

  6. #16
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    Bumpers with 100% sensitivity, keeping it old school

    I'm curious about the L2/R2 with 80% sensitivity scheme, might try that one.

  7. #17
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    BurnoutSonicGmng
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    Hellfire taught me to use R1 and L1 and yeah, I think they're much more comfortable and reliable than triggers

  8. #18
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    Triggers.

    I use R1/L1 as Fire/Absorb.

  9. #19
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    keade
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    I switched to L1/R1 in Omega, because double tapping triggers (sideshifting) is not convenient for me.
    I wish there were a way to bind airbrakes to both L1/L2 and R1/R2 !

    Anyway, I think I used the same setup in HD/Fury and probably before that.
    I would add that barrel rolls and pitch adjustments are difficult for me due to the d-pad (I haven't bothered to try analog).
    By far, my favourite device for playing was an arcade stick (=> no analog), unfortunately, I don't have an adapter for PS4 yet.
    Last edited by Kaede; 17th June 2017 at 12:22 AM.

  10. #20
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    How do you use R1 and L1 for barrel rolls? Do you remap the dpad to L1 and R1? But still use the analog stick for steering?

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