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Hi all,I'd love to hear from FSX users (especially GA VFR flyers) who incorporate real-world flight tools in FSX , and would be interested to know which tools you use regularly.I started ground school classes at my local airport a couple of months ago (which I'm enjoying greatly), and I've started to incorporate some of the items in our ground school kit in my FSX flights. I've started to make use of my Toronto VFR sectional, ASA CX-2 flight computer and NAV Canada flight plan checklist in the sim. Can anyone recommend any other real-world tools I should consider adding to my virtual VFR flights?

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I'm old school having acquired a CPL waaaaaay back in 1969 (Calgary) when 8 mile to the inch charts were priced at 50 cents each. What's an "ASA CX2" flight computer? I regularly use my old (plastic) Jeppesen "Slide Graphic" computer, a modernized E6b quite a bit....mainly for Time/Speed/Distance calculations and TAS computations.For VFR, probably what you're doing is nearly all you can do within the limitations of Flight Sim. I found being able to figure out the upper wind is helpful on flights of 100 miles or more, provided you use real world weather and don't cheat by hitting Shift+Z to see what it actually is.Sounds like you're enjoying the whole process just as I did.Cal - VE7ZZZCYXX

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For VFR, probably what you're doing is nearly all you can do within the limitations of Flight Sim. I found being able to figure out the upper wind is helpful on flights of 100 miles or more, provided you use real world weather and don't cheat by hitting Shift+Z to see what it actually is.Sounds like you're enjoying the whole process just as I did.
Using Shift Z isn't exactly cheating these days. :) I use a Garmin 696 "handheld" along with XM Satellite weather for real world flying. Since the technology is there, for instant weather updates in the cockpit, including destinations that are hundreds of miles away..................then why not use it! It's great to have an up-linked weather screen that allows for deviations from the original plan........in plenty of time. L.Adamson

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Hi all,I'd love to hear from FSX users (especially GA VFR flyers) who incorporate real-world flight tools in FSX , and would be interested to know which tools you use regularly.I started ground school classes at my local airport a couple of months ago (which I'm enjoying greatly), and I've started to incorporate some of the items in our ground school kit in my FSX flights. I've started to make use of my Toronto VFR sectional, ASA CX-2 flight computer and NAV Canada flight plan checklist in the sim. Can anyone recommend any other real-world tools I should consider adding to my virtual VFR flights?
I use Golden Eagle Flight Prep, a flight planning tool for real world pilots, and sectional and terminals.I also fly in real world/real time weather as supplied by ASX all the time. I use Radar Contact for IRF flights (which provides a bit more realistic ATC communications that the default).Based on my knowledge, I always fly per the rules and regulations of the airways and airspace. I also won't fly VFR in non-VFR conditions, and when flying VFR stay out of the clouds, use the proper flight altitude, etc.When possible, I try to get my hands on actual documentation and check-lists of the aircraft I fly.Basically, I try to simulate real world flying as much as possible....without the real world turbulence ;)

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I fly VFR out of Toronto Buttonville in the real world. If I ever plan to fly to an airport in real life which I have never been to before I always fly it in FSX beforehand. I plan the flight as I would normally using the same flight plan I have prepared for the real thing (of course weather would be different but obtained for real from the Nav Canada site) with tools like the CX2 and appropriate maps and CFS. I use the COPA (Canadian Owners and Pilots Association) 'Places to Fly' web-page for the airport I'm going to, and will also check things out in Google Earth. When I fly I use the VNC, VTA and CFS as appropriate with my map and flight plan on my kneeboard as it would also be. I update the flight plan as I go along and use my E6B to do my calculations enroute. Basically I use all the same things as I would whether real or sim.Now, of course I also use Ultimate Terrain X for Canada to greatly enhance the scenery within FSX so that I can use the same visual checkpoints e.g. roads, railroads, water features, etc..Jeff

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I've used every version for every rating I've ever done and I find my needs change with time, ratings, and experience.With Fs4 it was S turns, turns about a point-changing the winds, xwind landings, and general coordination. All my xcross countries I did first on the sim.With Fs95/fs for windows it was instrument work-holds,ils/vor approaches, power settings, especially ndb approaches with different wind conditions.In Pro Pilot in the late 90's it was flying my plane of the time with great reality (fs didn't have anything like that then)With fs2000 I was doing Chandelles, Lazy eights, engine out spot landings, now with a 98% reproduction of the plane I flew.With fs2002 it was engine cuts and single engine ifr approaches, and multi training.Then for a long time it was preflying any rw flight with rw world weather (learning the typical weather patterns), terrain recognition, and familiarity with approaches. Especially useful in areas of the country I had never been to. I have also used my gps setup with gps out with the sim just to get used to it.Now it is sometimes re living these flights with historical weather from Asx, single engine drills and approaches, and instrument refreshing, and comparing places I have been to the sim-which is always quite amazing.I always use charts, approach plates, and as much real hardware to try to get as much realism. My rw flight planner will import directly into FS (Voyager) so that is nice. If I haven't flown for a while I'll go thru what I think I might be rusty on-and the sim really helps.With the Flight One Mustang I am now re living icing! It is nice to get that sometimes unexpected and always uncomfortable feeling...One thing I truly believe in-is get as close to what you fly in the sim-instrumentation, instrument placement, looks, and hardware. It then becomes not only an incredibly useful tool but a real money saver. :(

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How do you export a flightplan from Voyager to FSX? I use the free version of Voyager and exporting to FSX would be a VERY helpful feature.Thanks

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How do you export a flightplan from Voyager to FSX? I use the free version of Voyager and exporting to FSX would be a VERY helpful feature.Thanks
It is might only be in the pay version....but it is under "file" -"send to application or device"....

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Thanks everybody,Calb, the CX2 looks like a glorified calculator.. It's handy for calculating headwind/x-wind (and lots of other stuff I'm sure, but we're not that far into our classes yet).Geof, thanks for sharing your experiences with FS. The stuff I'm learning in ground school has certainly given me a new appreciation for the richness and complexity of FSX.Another bonus of striving to make your sim setup as "real" as possible is never running out of ideas when your wife asks what you want for Christmas: As I'll eventually be taking lessons on a C-172, here's what's on my list for Santa this year:

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How do you export a flightplan from Voyager to FSX? I use the free version of Voyager and exporting to FSX would be a VERY helpful feature.Thanks
.....mmmmm....Voyager looks like an interesting tool....I'm going to download the freeware version and compare it to FlightPrep. Looks similar, but would love to find out how these two compare.

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.....mmmmm....Voyager looks like an interesting tool....I'm going to download the freeware version and compare it to FlightPrep. Looks similar, but would love to find out how these two compare.
Voyager is great but almost a little too complicated and a little on the slow side so I am migrating back to Flightprep.It does have a lot of neat features though.

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Yes, the export to MSFS option is only available in the pay version of Voyager.Voyager 4 is a bit faster than the previous 3 version, and has some nice features, but still not quick if you have a slower dual core. I bought it on a special offer last Christmas but have grown increasingly frustrated with it and the business/data model. As I fly primarily in Canada they have not delivered on providing accurate and up-to-date database updates for it as they were taking the cheap route and using the previously free DAFIF data. Topographical data in Canada is also very poor with large lakes and islands completely missing even though smaller ones are included in the US data. To try and get me to maintain my updates subscription with them they promised that as they had new Canadian topographic data inhouse that it would make it into the product within 3 months. Never did. They also do not provide bug fixes to the main program unless you have a valid aeronautical data subscription - which as it is limited in my case does not make much sense. If you have a subscription with them and it is about to expire they will bug you like crazy to renew. They even phoned me on Canadian Thanksgiving with a hard sell call.Jeff

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Wow! I'm really happy to read that some of you have tried FlightPrep software. I think it's the best, of course I'm a little biased, I work for FlightPrep.From this conversation it sounds like the one feature we are missing that would really make the software better for FSX users is the ability to export a flight plan from FlightPrep to FSX. I'll make a note for the engineers and see if they can get that scheduled in. No guarantees on delivery date. Also, sounds like some of you are in Canada. Sadly we don't have Canadian coverage. We've been working with NavCanada for a long time to get their data digital and be able to sell it, but they're still a ways from making that possible.On the plus side, we regularly use FSX to feed our software simulated GPS information to test new features, using FSUIPC and WideFS. Makes it a lot easier to safely test new features when you can simply pause FSX while you find the bugs ;-)Lastly, if you would like a FREE electronic sectional chart to try out in our software, just send an email to sales at flightprep.com I'll give one away to the first 10 that email.Thanks! Happy Flying!

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Wow! I'm really happy to read that some of you have tried FlightPrep software. I think it's the best, of course I'm a little biased, I work for FlightPrep.From this conversation it sounds like the one feature we are missing that would really make the software better for FSX users is the ability to export a flight plan from FlightPrep to FSX. I'll make a note for the engineers and see if they can get that scheduled in. No guarantees on delivery date. Also, sounds like some of you are in Canada. Sadly we don't have Canadian coverage. We've been working with NavCanada for a long time to get their data digital and be able to sell it, but they're still a ways from making that possible.On the plus side, we regularly use FSX to feed our software simulated GPS information to test new features, using FSUIPC and WideFS. Makes it a lot easier to safely test new features when you can simply pause FSX while you find the bugs ;-)Lastly, if you would like a FREE electronic sectional chart to try out in our software, just send an email to sales at flightprep.com I'll give one away to the first 10 that email.Thanks! Happy Flying!
I've been using Fliteprep for 4 years and love it. An export for fsx would be great, as would gas prices displayed on the charts-the only thing that made me try a competitor-but I still stayed loyal... :( As for Canada I understand the problems-I had a trip to New England and then on to Nova Scotia this summer but was unable to get approach plates (. I even called the airports themselves to have them faxed and they even didn't have them). Seems quite difficult and now with the new elt requirements and border crossing requirements I bet a lot of business will be lost. I know they lost mine.

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Geof,If you ever do change your mind and fly into Canada again and need charts and approach plates, just let me know and I'll point you where to get them from or even pick them up for you myself (my local pilot supply shop usually has a supply for all of Canada).Jeff

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Geof,If you ever do change your mind and fly into Canada again and need charts and approach plates, just let me know and I'll point you where to get them from or even pick them up for you myself (my local pilot supply shop usually has a supply for all of Canada).Jeff
Thanks for the offer-Jeff-howdy neighbor! After talking to local airport operators I think I know what to do now-but I know where to go now if I have doubts. My customs sticker expires at the end of this month and then there is the new elt requirement which still seems to be shaking out. However, I do have plans in August of next year to do a 5000 nm guided flying tour of all the Canadian provinces. I hope it will be a go!

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Hi, Charlie aqnd everyone.Your CX2 is fine for using it for Ground work, for airborne time you will find out that if you did not do your home / Ground work you will be in serious trouble. There are many digitized Charts and Plates here at AVSIM that can be used with the Flight Sim Manager, FSM Moving Map, but unfortunately many things will not work in FSX.There are many, new, things, mainly electronic aids, that can be of help, if used properly. The calculator is one of them.One thing that worries me, now days, is the in flight WX. Many people tend to get in the air before they check the WX on the ground. I, personally, will not fly with those people.While in flight you can use Thumb rules to compare and make the small adjustments needed. There are many things you can do on the ground, that you can use in flight to minimize the amount of calculations, like set up each check point every 10 or15 NM. Depending on your GS, that can tell you if the winds / GS have changed and what you have to do for the next leg, by just adding or subtracting the difference in time. You should be able to do the Diversion to another airport by just using Thumb rules, a ruler, or pencil marked with the scale of the chart you use, or your thumb. If you find yourself way off, get on the horn and ask for help. You can simulate the same thing in VFR by going to an IFR flight plan to your destination, without changing location. Not as good as real ATC but at least you will get headings.I posted a similar message a few years ago, and here are some things that may help. Some things, in the System hardware, have changed, but the Aviation related information is still valid.I, personally have, but do not use much, FSX, and mainly use and still recommend, FS9. I find FSX to be less useful as a tool mainly because of the inability to get a good performance with the present Hardware. Main problem, Fluidity. Many real world pilots underestimate the necessity of this element discounting it, but the reality is that if you do not get the proper update, especially in the Instrumentation for IFR, you will not / should not be using the Sim as a Tool. If what you want is a Scenery viewer, FSX is the way to go. In a few years, when Hardware will be able to compensate for inefficiencies of the present code, the situation may change.Some the suggestions will need to be adjusted, accordingly, if you use FSX.I tried projectors and multiple monitors. I find that a large, at least 21 in., high resolution Monitor works the best for me. Projectors, and some large LCDs tend to have visible gaps between the active pixels which detracts from the sensation of reality. Going from a 17, or even a 19 in. monitors to a 21 or 23 does help, and it may take while to get used to the feel. I’ve seen people that said they felt motion sickness / vertigo like effect, when transitioning.After many years, of real life flying, 6 DOF full motion simulators, and PC simulation combinations including motion platforms, this is what I find to be the most flexible, and help me get the most out of sims.This message is bound to be boring for the Scenery viewers. If that is the type of simulation you do, you may want to skip it. If you are serious about using it as tool, learn about some of the limitations / pit falls, and want to get the most out of the sim, read on.As a CFII, I try not to misuse this tool, and want to make sure that others understand what the shortcomings and limitations are, and how, in my opinion, to be best used.A simulator will help you develop, good, or bad habits, depending on the way you approach your sessions. I think of it as Katas in the Karate, or Speed / Heavy bag, Shadow boxing, work. If you don’t practice right you’ll pay the price later. In flying, there is not much room for mistakes, it's not very likely that you will get away with just a black eye . Here is what I found useful and generally suggest to the people that I interface with, depending on their experience level and their qualifications I have more individually related suggestions.Minimum Elements required before a trip VFR or IFR:1. Weather. FSS, include TFRs, NOTAMs etc.2. Fuel.3. W&B4. Known Traffic Delays.5. Runaway info., Length, Altitude etc.6. Landing , Takeoff and Cruise Performance. Make sure you take into account D.A.Note: There are some GROSS issues that can develop a negative learning transfer by using MSFS, and here is how you can counter act some of them:For a typical GA, 172 / 182, NEVER allow the Pitch / Attitude indicator to go beyond 10 degrees, for normal operation, Take Off, Landing etc.Always try to use the proper airspeed for Take Off and Landing. If you cannot get a Flight model that allows that, in the proper configuration, discard it.Don’t fly the VSI, try to use your AI as main Attitude indicator, and use the VSI as part of your Altimeter, tells you where you are, try to think of them as one gauge. Whenever you scan the Altimeter scan the VSI, tells you where you will be / going.Proper Scanning, for every 4-5 second inside, spend 16-20 second outside looking for traffic.Begin each maneuver / turn by looking / scanning, "Clear Left Turning Left..". The Twist assignment in your Joystick / Controller, normally assigned to Rudder, really helps.Depending on the Aircraft you use, here is what I suggest, to get the most realistic feel / experience from MS, in general:If you are a real world Pilot try to interface, and use all the equipment, Charts, GPS (se GPS out) available.When you sit down at your sim, think of it, and treat it, as if it is a real aircraft, no shortcuts. A complex aircraft / Heavy, where more than 1 pilot is required, is beyond the scope of this discussion.Remember: Practice as you fly, or you will end up flying as you practice.During flight if you find yourself doing nothing, you are doing something wrong.Every practice is a flight, and every flight is a practice / new learning experience.I try to use VC inside cockpit Mode, ONLY.Get an aircraft / add ons that fit your computer’s configuration, and configure your sim to match your trough put. You will never get the sensation of flight with a choppy output, I don’t care how sophisticated your panel / aircraft is.Try to sim fly with an Instructor or a body that is real pilot, that can generate random failures and create distractions. If that is not possible set up some random failures in the sim.Get a Kneeboard, write the Clearance, directions, Freqs., etc., down, you can compare them later to the real world flight, if curious.Put the keyboard out of your reach, use your Controls, see below my config., a voice controller, I use SpeechBudy2, and only use the Mouse only to the extent needed.Install Rudder pedals for your Yaw and better Ground control.Adjust your Forward view / Zoom to around 0.5-0.7 for Take off and Cruise. This gives you a better perspective and speed sensation. You can use 1.0 for Landing, or around 250 Ft. AGL, if needed. Note: The Eye point position changes with the Zoom rate, make sure you have a configuration readily available, use + - Ctrl, Shft., B.S., Enter. I have these setup in SpeechBody2.Adjust your initial / default Instrument panel to view only the top 6 instruments at the default T.O. Zoom you chose (.5-.7), or as close as you can get to the real size in the real plane, for the Monitor size you have.Set your Frame rate level to get a smooth / fluid updates of your instruments, with all your Mesh, Scenery, etc. loaded.Do not violate any rules, for VFR that can take a lot of planning in a congested area. Try to Hand fly as much as possible, know how to use, and use the AP only if needed.Before Take off do the minimum 5 elements required. See below if you don’t know them. Always File a Flight plan. Select a flight that is around 1-2 hrs. in length.Always start at a tie down location, and follow the Clearance, Ground, Tower, ATC etc. instructions. Use the Moving Map if you have a second monitor, this is a lot more difficult in MS than real life.Know your numbers, if something is not right, make sure you take steps to understand it and fix it, if things don’t add up, Talk and Land. On every Take off and Landing try to practice a different technique, Short, Soft, Precision etc.Stay inside the cockpit, if you want to see your aircraft from outside, to analyze a flight / maneuver, use the Recorder or the Flight analysis. Stay ahead of the aircraft, Always expect a problem, analyze the most likely thing to go wrong, i.e. during T.O. Power issue / aborted T.O. what, when, how, why. After T.O. Always know where your next landing spot is, WX, Terrain, Time, Position, Frequencies etc. Use the Moving Map on the second monitor if needed.Use, and adhere to the ATC, live or MS built in, instructions. Don’t worry about getting longer route, it happens in real life also.Always use Checklists and read them out loud, you can use SpeechBuddy2 for this.Assign Pan view right / left, to the twist handle, for a quick, look left right, scan, 45 etc.Choose / set up mixed WX at different points on your route.A lot of people have problems hand flying the ILS. Some tips: Know and use your configurations and numbers, performance flying. Always fix one thing at the time. Analyze what is more important and fix it, i.e. if you are off 200 Ft. in altitude and 5 Deg. off in Heading, fix the Altitude, then fix the other element.If you get bored in 1-2 hrs. flight you are not practicing right.FS9 Setup.I am sorry about not mentioning all the developers that contributed to these addons but this file was intended for my own, sanity / use only. I decided to release it after I sent it to some of the people I interface with on professional / personal basis, and decided to post it, in the hope that others may benefit from it.I use NO Payware addons.Display:I use multiple setups: 2 x 21in monitors, Second monitor for moving map, radio stack etc.If I use the Projector for Scenery, requires 2D mode and it gets very little use:1 Monitor for the Panel, in the second monitors, moving map / radios, etc.At times I use 3 Monitors and the Projector, but the inability to separate the Scenery window in VC makes that combination inadequate and not used often.Video controller settings: AA>4, AF>8, HQ, VS, Cmb>0Controls: Sidewinder Precision Pro USB with Pan view right left assigned to the twist handle. CH Products Pro pedals Game port to USB Interface assigned to Rudder with the Toe brakes.Comfortable, Headset & mic., most of the inexpensive sets work fine like Labtec.SpeechBuddy2 spbdy2nofsu (TV) interface files.Note: I use VC mode only with the outside Zoom rate of .5-.70 and the panel view set to give me about the same size as real instruments, or about 2.75 in. diameter on a 21in monitor, in default / start condition. I always use August 4 19:30 / Dusk as time of day, since I don’t like any of the day textures in MSFS.Must have / always present, Addons / mods: FS9 182 quasi RG aircraft with slow flight / Spin capability, or Cruise model (TV). TBM700. Bac1-11.At times I use MSFS C182 with some personal “.air”, “.cfg” mods.C172, and or MSFS C172 with RealAir “.air” and “.cfg” files, SpeechBuddy2. Litroads.zip / bright highways (AVSIM). Note: DAWN_DUSK_SMOOTHING=1 //Must use, in "fs9.cfg", with “litroads” for Dusk transition.Taximarks.zip (AVSIM).Raymondo’s USA_roads(flightsim).FSM Moving Map v1.1.0, or later: ( http://www.ranainside.com), on secondary monitor, Raymondo’s mesh for the area used (AVSIM).Landclass for the area and 10m scenery for the areas used more often.Note: By using USA Roads and Litroads, at dusk to dawn, you can eliminate most of the Landclass needs. Other sceneries installed:Test SNA, \lax \ral10 \san \sfo \calandclass \usa_roads \US Columbia River Gorge scenery \US Columbia River Gorge landclass \capri_v2 \egadi \ischia_v2 \lampedusa \procida_v2 \rio \reno \sedona \las \honlulu \hawai10 \yosem10 \Mount Whitney.Minimum Elements required before a trip VFR or IFR:1. Weather. FSS, include TFRs, NOTAMs etc.2. Fuel.3. W&B4. Known Traffic Delays.5. Runaway info., Length, Altitude etc.6. Landing , Takeoff and Cruise Performance. Make sure you take into account D.A. Assignments / changes: “fs9.cfg”Sidewinder Precision Pro USB{JOYSTICK_MAIN {8A112170-FDEB-11D8-8001-444553540000}}AXIS_EVENT_00=AXIS_AILERONS_SETAXIS_SCALE_00=91AXIS_NULL_00=52AXIS_EVENT_01=AXIS_ELEVATOR_SETAXIS_SCALE_01=92AXIS_NULL_01=54AXIS_EVENT_05=AXIS_PAN_HEADING // Twist handleAXIS_SCALE_05=93AXIS_NULL_05=72AXIS_EVENT_06=AXIS_THROTTLE_SETAXIS_SCALE_06=127AXIS_NULL_06=1BUTTON_DOWN_EVENT_00=ATTITUDE_BARS_POSITION_UPBUTTON_DOWN_REPEAT_00=2BUTTON_DOWN_EVENT_01=GEAR_TOGGLEBUTTON_DOWN_EVENT_02=ELEV_TRIM_DNBUTTON_DOWN_REPEAT_02=1BUTTON_DOWN_EVENT_03=ELEV_TRIM_UPBUTTON_DOWN_REPEAT_03=1BUTTON_DOWN_EVENT_04=FLAPS_INCRBUTTON_DOWN_EVENT_05=FLAPS_DECRBUTTON_DOWN_EVENT_06=PROP_PITCH_INCR_SMALLBUTTON_DOWN_REPEAT_06=2BUTTON_DOWN_EVENT_07=PROP_PITCH_DECR_SMALLBUTTON_DOWN_REPEAT_07=2BUTTON_DOWN_EVENT_08=ATTITUDE_BARS_POSITION_DOWNBUTTON_DOWN_REPEAT_08=2POV_MOVE_EVENT_00=PAN_VIEWPOV_MOVE_REPEAT_00=1CH Products Pro pedals Game port to USB Interface{JOYSTICK_MAIN {A7DEEE10-3D85-11D9-8001-444553540000}}AXIS_EVENT_00=AXIS_LEFT_BRAKE_SETAXIS_SCALE_00=127AXIS_NULL_00=114AXIS_EVENT_01=AXIS_RIGHT_BRAKE_SETAXIS_SCALE_01=127AXIS_NULL_01=114AXIS_EVENT_05=AXIS_RUDDER_SETAXIS_SCALE_05=127AXIS_NULL_05=84BUTTON_DOWN_REPEAT_00=1BUTTON_DOWN_REPEAT_02=1BUTTON_DOWN_REPEAT_03=1POV_MOVE_REPEAT_00=1 Other “fs9.cfg” mods:SHOW_OPENING_SCREEN=0FULL_SCREEN=1SMOOTH_VIEW=1IMAGE_SMOOTHING=1TEXTURE_MAX_LOAD=1024TEXTURE_QUALITY=3LOD_TARGET_FPS=16NUM_LIGHTS=6PAN_RATE=500{DISPLAY.Device…. }Mode=1280x1024x32TableFog=0 //ADD{DISPLAY}UPPER_FRAMERATE_LIMIT=24TEXTURE_BANDWIDTH_MULT=400{TERRAIN}TERRAIN_ERROR_FACTOR=89.000000TERRAIN_MIN_DEM_AREA=10.000000TERRAIN_MAX_DEM_AREA=100.000000TERRAIN_MAX_VERTEX_LEVEL=21TERRAIN_TEXTURE_SIZE_EXP=8TERRAIN_AUTOGEN_DENSITY=1TERRAIN_USE_GRADIENT_MAP=1TERRAIN_EXTENDED_TEXTURES=1TERRAIN_DEFAULT_RADIUS=9.900000TERRAIN_EXTENDED_RADIUS=4.900000TERRAIN_EXTENDED_LEVELS=9.5{SCENERY}IMAGE_COMPLEXITY=3DYNAMIC_SCENERY=1DYN_SCN_DENSITY=0DAWN_DUSK_SMOOTHING=1 //Must use with “litroads” for Dusk transition.SUNGLARE=0LENSFLARE=0{MAIN}Maximized=1Location=325,303,1007,985HideMenuNormal=0HideMenuFullscreen=1Ave_Frame_Rate_Display=1 //ADD to see AVG frame %Questions and or comments, post here, or send PM. 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