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when ever i fly with real weather, not always but most of the time the plane is all crazy.. it'll move to the right like 20 degrees and then the speed will all of a sudden go up then back down... and i don't know if this is really how a real world flight is but i have never been in such a violent flight in real life... is something wrong with my settings? and if so how can i fix it?

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That is because of sudden wind changes. It is sometimes like that in real life as well. Also, in the weather settings, do you have the "Download Winds Aloft with Real World Weather" option checked?

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Hello, Just my 2 cents. If you haven't purchased a 3rd party add-on for weather yet. Look into http://www.hifisim.com/and get ActiveSky6.5 for FS2004 best weather program out there for FS2004 for all I am concerned. Happy Landings, Josh

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It is a good program. I just reinstalled AS6.5 after working with a freeware weather program. The freeware one would update the weather so that at FL 350 I was getting shakken around everytime the program would update the weather. Very anoying.JimcYWG

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If your really into real world weather flying you really must get ASV 6.5.It's a must have for real wrold weather junkies.

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It doesn't, it only downloads the winds for the higher altitudes when using real world weather. Violent flight is most likely caused by shifting winds, agree on the suggestion for Active Sky.

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