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EvilNando

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Hello, whenever Im in a turn the aircraft seems to maintain the attitude once I let go of the controls,

the situation is still present even at 60plus degress of bank angle

 

Im having a hard time believing this is what the real plane does given the absurd amount of dihedral present

 

Is this correct behaviour?

 

 

Armando Alva

Q400 FO

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Is this correct behaviour?

 

We're looking into it.

 

In the meantime, have a look at the very first line in the "external flight model proof" you offered up in that live stream. PFPX is a flight planning tool, and I created that file as a freebie for people to be able to plan flights using that tool.

 

Research before accusations...

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Armando-

 

We always watch.  We aren't in the habit of jumping into other forums because it is heavy handed and frankly- a bit creepy to do so.

 

We live here.  This forum is our home.  We will interact fairly and honestly with anyone who wishes to come to our home and talk, ask questions, seek help and even disagree respectfully.

 

We see the histrionics and the outright lies- and the grossly unfair accusations like the one you made.  We recognize that the community views us negatively because we are outsiders- that is fine.  We were treated that way when we released our first product for FS2002 as well.

 

In the case of your "lookup table" accusation, it was hard to tell if you are just uninformed,  just an ******* or just wanted attention by using some tired trope about FSX vs. X-Plane. 

 

In the end, it doesn't matter.  You came here and asked Kyle a question- he gave you a respectful answer.  Welcome to the PMDG community.  If you want to engage with us, you know where you can find us.  Just be nice while you are here- and we will be happy to work with you.

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