Why in god's name do we need to split up the loader controls across both sticks, on the horizontal axes no less. Either let us assign the controls manually, or use the industry standard right hand loader controls that have been in use for decades:
- right stick left movement: loader crowd (tilt back)
- right stick right movement: loader dump (tilt forward)
- right stick down movement: arm raise
- right stick up movement: arm lower
You guys publish farm simulator, in which the loader controls have been properly thought out... You know better than to let something this unpolished out the door...
While we're at it, the steering cylinders on the K-700 do not need to comply with the "wheels steer downhill" feature. Unless the hydraulic system on the tractor is utterly shot, the machine will stay articulated in the angle you put it, perhaps excepting someting like the MAZ pulling on it sideways.