Well I don’t speak taranis… But I can try to help you wrap your mind around what the quad is expecting from your radio.
All of the following info assumes your aux channel assignments are still on NFE defaults.
Ch 5 is arm/disarm. Simple enough. If the signal on aux 5 goes high… Props spin and respond to throttle.
Ch 6 is like a switch that turns the accelerometer on and off. 6 will have to be on for any/all leveled type modes to work which includes angle, horizon, and racemode
Now let’s say you want to try out all 3 leveled modes which is data from the accelerometer … Start with sending ch 6 signal high so that the accelerometer is on. Then the quad is going to listen to what you do with channels 7 and 8
Ch 7 is the racemode switch. If 7 is high and 6 is high … The accelerometer is only going to participate (level) on the roll axis … Leaving the pitch axis behaving purely acro. This essentially disconnects the accelerometer from pitch.
Ch 8 is the horizon switch. If channel 8 is high …and of course 6 is on… Then any leveled axis is going to have horizon type behavior. Meaning it will level near level … But of you push it away from level it will transition to acro and let you roll or flip.
So imagine you have 6 on, 7 on and 8 on… then the accelerometer is active, it is disconnected from pitch and only active on roll, and it is going to do horizon type behavior on roll. This is racemode horizon.
Imagine you have 6 on, 7 off , and 8 on… Then the accelerometer is active, it is connected to both roll and pitch, and it has horizon behavior. This is horizon.
Imagine 6 on, 7 on, 8 off … Then the accelerometer is on, it is connected only to roll and disconnected from pitch. This is racemode
Imagine you have 6 on, and both 7 and 8 off. Accelerometer is on. No other special modes are active to modify it. This is level
Any time 6 is off … Regardless of what 7 and 8 are doing … The accelerometer is off and you are in acro.
Now how do you translate this to taranis… I suggest finding a channel output monitor screen that shows you what values you are sending to the quad on your aux channels when you flip switches around. Hope that helps
You can also assign any aux channel number to any aux feature in config.h. or the same aux channel number to more than one feature, or even set them to CHAN_ON or CHAN_OFF which makes a feature on or off all the time.