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Do the thrust reversers have a command key?

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Hello,Check the keyboard keys assignements in FS2004 and you will find a item for "reverse".Normally it's F2 (toggle)Of course you can assign this command to a joystick button.If you own the registered FSUIPC and have a throttle .. you can set it easy on the throttle axis.Regards.bye.gif

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With throttles at zero, the F1 key.
thanks, one other question is how do I call the tower since there is no radio key with this panel.....

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thanks, one other question is how do I call the tower since there is no radio key with this panel.....
Communications with the Tower are usually handled via the ATC window. That can normally be called by an icon on the panel or by hitting your tidle ( ~ ) key (the top left key just above the Tab key on most keyboards).Usually your radios will be automatically tuned via ATC communications - depending upon your response of course.Hope that helps.

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I'm putting a package together at the moment that will include an invisible 'co-pilot' gauge that will assist on landing by doing a number of things - including reversing thrust and applying auto-brakes automatically, so that might help you. :(

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ATC window on UK keyboards . . .press the ' key, left of the # key! :(

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ATC window on UK keyboards . . .press the ' key, left of the # key! :(

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With throttles at zero, the F1 key.
Um... nope... F1 is "close throttle fully"F2 (hold for a few seconds) is "apply reverse thrust" :(

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You're right, posting from memory. Guys, F2 while throttles in neutral.

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