How would the Space Shuttle have performed each of the following maneuvers during ascent?
- Pitching the nose away from the external tank ($+$Y).
- Pitching the nose toward the external tank ($-$Y).
- Yawing right ($+$Z; yawing left would presumably be the mirror opposite).
- Rolling clockwise ($+$X; rolling counterclockwise would presumably be the mirror opposite).
I'm looking specifically for which engines would be gimballed for each maneuver and in which direction. It is my understanding that engines were not throttled nor were the flight surfaces adjusted for attitude changes, but if I am mistaken, please include those changes as well. Assume that the solid rocket boosters are still operating.
In practice, attitude control during ascent was automated and performed in combination as needed, rather than the individual maneuvers of this question. This answer describes the two programs that normally occurred in ascent, and this answer describes how deviations from the intended attitude were automatically corrected. However, those answers still describe actions as pitch/yaw/roll, rather than how those are performed by the engines.
Also related: Pitch and yaw axes of rocket systems such as Apollo