Thank you for your answer, that I did not thought over, but now when you say it, yes the behavior reminds of when autopilot is turned on and you try to steer.
Will 'Z' turn on an autopilot even if the aircraft have not installed an autopilot?
(A bit 'silly' if that is so.)
I thought it was more advanced than me making a 'silly' misstake, thought it was some of this failure's as can come up differently on different aircraft's.
The aircraft.cfg file controls the autopilot. If autopilot_available= 1, ya have a default autopilot that will work even if there is no "official" autopilot gauge installed.
"Z" turns it on/off
"ctl+Z" sets current altitude
"ctl+H" sets current hdg.
if autopilot_available= 0, ya have no autopilot available even if you installed an "official" autopilot gauge.