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Question regarding the FSX Learning Center

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Hi all,

 

I've been trying to use the FSX Learning Center to work on becoming a better pilot. I know bits and pieces when it comes to flying, but I really want to get a solid foundation. I've been using the Lessons tab to go through all the virtual flight training with Rod Machado. So far it's been pretty helpful but I've run into a small issue with Student Pilot Lesson 3. It seems that when I complete all of the requirements  (climb, descend, descend with flaps, climb, and then descend in right and left turns) nothing happens. After I descend in my right and left turns back down to 3,000 feet it seems like the lesson should end, however nothing happens I just fly around on my own.

 

Maybe Rod thought he'd have better odds of surviving by just opening the door and rolling out of the airplane? 

 

Just wanted to see if anyone else had experienced this before I concern myself too much with it. As always, thank you very much!

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After attempting the lessons a few times and having Rod become annoyed with me in short order, 

 

I've never finished a lesson.  Is there suppose to be a "Lesson Successful" Banner or something

 

that pops up at the end?  I did accomplish the "Solo Flight" and "PPL" a while back  and remember

 

the "Sweetie" in charge never happened to mention "Land the plane, fool" at the end of the

 

flight.  I finally figured that out on my own.

 

If you  accomplished the requirements of that lesson, then I would push onward.

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After attempting the lessons a few times and having Rod become annoyed with me in short order, 

 

I've never finished a lesson.  Is there suppose to be a "Lesson Successful" Banner or something

 

that pops up at the end?  I did accomplish the "Solo Flight" and "PPL" a while back  and remember

 

the "Sweetie" in charge never happened to mention "Land the plane, fool" at the end of the

 

flight.  I finally figured that out on my own.

 

If you  accomplished the requirements of that lesson, then I would push onward.

 

Thanks!

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