Good point for the double dashes. I explored this “calm down, slower” spirit some weeks ago and that really did improved my execution and decreased the stress mentally as physically.
But for the FADC, it’s only left side and only because, on this side, the length between neutral <–> left on the stick is a bit too much for my thumb (for now).
Or if you want the length of the zone where left is registered (click) is too big (from the click to the edge of the restrictor as to speak).
I can do the move fast or regular, but I always miss the way back to neutral. I let the stick go back a bit and think that’s enough to hit “neutral” again, but it’s not, I’m still on the “left” sensor.
Pure stick mechanics and if I could shorten this area, it will fuck up all other moves for sure lol, maybe an optical one can offer more customization on this.
I already tried to customize my stick, a lot. Rotation of the stick on the panel to fit the arm angle for example. Result is easiest to input backward, no more pain the the wrist. I tried some setups to change the “directions activation area” but when you do this it’s solve a problem and creates 5 others (diagonals for example becomes a pain to record on QC moves if you have to hit the edge of the restrictor to get it.
I play around but after all this, I usualy go back to default configuration seeing my exec leveled up by itself in the process. Except for the whole stick rotation, godlike <3.