Longitude Trim is Twitchy/Sticky, is this due to electric trim?

Are you using Developer Mode or made changes in it?


Have you disabled/removed all your mods and addons?

No, I don’t have any mods to the aircraft themselves. Only scenery.

Brief description of the issue:

Hello MSFS Team. I’m using an Alpha Flight Yoke by H.A. and when I press the trim buttons for elevator trim up or down, I find that the trim is twitchy and it flickers more than what I originally pressed inside the simulator. Sometimes I only press the command once and for some reason the Longitude’s flight controls registers it as 2 presses and it clearly shows that within the flight session. Sometimes I only press the command once and it doesn’t register within the sim at all. So, I’m wondering what is causing this? I already made sure that no other inputs are binding in my control’s settings, but the issue persists. I’m not sure if this is due to the electronic trim in the aircraft, but if that’s the case wouldn’t the aircraft still mimic the inputs but instead not respond to my input?
I checked within USB Game Controllers and made sure that the key presses for my Alpha Yoke are registering properly and button presses for 5, 6, 7 and 8 register properly and light up and stay lit if I hold the trim button.

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Using Alpha Flight Yoke with Bravo Throttle Quadrant and CH Products Rudder Pedals.
I just take off on a normal flight and observe the yoke inside the aircraft to see if it’s registering input correctly or not depending on my button presses.

PC specs and/or peripheral set up if relevant:

Windows 11 Pro
Intel Core i9 10900K
32GB Corsair DDR4 RAM 3200MHz
2TB NVME Samsung SSD
Alpha Flight Yoke Honeycomb Aeronautical
Bravo Throttle Quadrant Honeycomb Aeronautical
CH Products Rudder Pedals
Saitek X52 Pro (Unbinded within the sim)

Build Version # when you first started experiencing this issue:

Latest build version after AAU1.

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