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PSS A320 Owners Please Read...

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To all the PSS A320 owners out there... I was wondering can someone look in their 'aircraft.cfg' file and tell me what their 'wing_incidence= ' setting is??? I changed mine because the plane flys with a slight nose down attitude at 31000ft at .77mach. I change the setting to '-0.500' which corrected the problem but found that the plane could hardly reach 31000ft after the change. So now I have to change it back to it's original setting. I think it was set at '1.500' but I'm not sure. Any help would be appreciated.Thanks,Les--

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may i just ask one question. i bought this software only to find out that you need some sort of joystick to fly it, does anyone fly it without a joystick. if so can they tell me how to gain control over the sterring of the plane.

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When autopilot is engaged it handles the direction of flight, all you have to do is turn the knob to whatever heading you want. With the PSS airbus there is no way that I know of to override this control, besides it's realistic and PSS made the aircraft to model the real thing. A joystick comes into play (I prefer yoke and rudder peddles) on your landing approach which is when you kick off your autopilot and are about to bring her in (actually the autopilot can land the plane for you but like Northwest Airlines I prefer to land her myself, something about that successful landing that does it for me everytime). After getting used to allowing the autopilot to control most aspects of the flight (which is realistic) I can't go back to the old way of hand flying the aircraft. I guess I'm thinking of my passengers. You will start to see the difference in autopilots and what's required of pilots when you venture in buying other add-ons like the 727 that will be out soon. I have an appreciation of how technology has decreased the pilots workload because when your in bad weather, you want that autopilot to handle as much as it can while you interact with ATC on a landing approach...

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