[SU11 Beta] AE and setting Camber value from 1.0 to 2.0 - causes different force vectors

First, is there a max value for the camber value on the AE? If I change the
camber from 1.0 to 2.0 and save and resync, then do a restart, then make my
aircraft (Glider ) on ground position the force vectors (green) on the wing
don’t remain in the same position. How do these force vectors work I thought
they would remain stationary - and be a static calculation. Glider devs would
have a difficult time setting this if they are dynamic. Please se the video of
me changing camber and doing a resync and restart and forcing the glider
position to change it’s rest position. https://youtu.be/p-8rD9CQ470 edit:
you will also notice in the vid that my ailerons seem to work in reverse,
however when I just fly the aircraft without AE active they work correctly. -

Hello @DA40CGDFQ The way those vectors show up depend on the geometry so it’s
expected that they move upon Save&Resync; after the geometry was changed but
not in the way demonstrated in your video. Do you still have those issues with
the latest flighting build? I ran some tests on the DA62 but couldn’t
reproduce the problem. Can you give us access to your package in case this
happens in a specific case? Regards, Sylvain

Hello @DA40CGDFQ Regarding the ailerons, since you’ve mentioned you had a bit
of crosswind, depending on where the wind is coming from the vectors will
change and I think it makes sense. Maybe I’m missing something here, you’ll
tell me if you agree: - With the wind coming from the front, the aileron in
the up position will push the wing downwards

- With the wind coming from
the back, the aileron in the up position will push the wing upwards
- With the wind coming at 90°,
ailerons have almost no effect
Regarding the points where the vectors are drawn, I was able to witness the
behavior. I’m not sure it’s related to the Save&Resync; action, these points
seem to move with control input or plane orientation (relative wind maybe?) I
will keep investigating this and come back to you. Regards, Sylvain

Yes I agree with aileron issue, the wind from slightly behind and side caused
the wing to move opposite to what I thought should happen. The aircraft was
weather caning with the wind and moved to a position to cause this.