andreh

P3D and NGX - Different flight model from FSX?

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Hi,

Just a quick question. Moved to P3D from FSX:SE. The NGX sort of "feels" different to handfly. Hard to explain exactly how, but one thing I seemed to notice is that it the effects of crosswinds on approach were more noticable (even with autoland). Is there a difference or am I just imagening things? I thought maybe the flightmodel in P3D is more advanced or the NGX for P3D is more advanced.

 

Andre

 

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4 minutes ago, scandinavian13 said:

Yep.

I thought so :-) I also went from Active Sky Next to AS16 - could be that. Or imagination

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7 minutes ago, andreh said:

Or imagination

Likely the most basic form of placebo effect, but AS2016 may make things seem somewhat different.

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Well Kyle, can you embellish on the differences?  Is P3D a more accurate flight model?   or is FSX more realistic?  

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They're the same, I would presume... Isn't that what Kyle's just confirmed?

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32 minutes ago, paulyg123 said:

Well Kyle, can you embellish on the differences?  Is P3D a more accurate flight model?   or is FSX more realistic?  

I confirmed that he was imagining things, and that his recognition of differences is the result of the placebo effect.

In clearer terms: there are no differences.

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49 minutes ago, scandinavian13 said:

I confirmed that he was imagining things, and that his recognition of differences is the result of the placebo effect.

In clearer terms: there are no differences.

I always had a vivid imagination! :-)

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You might want to check your option settings in AS16.  Personally, I did not like many of the default settings and reduced them for the most part

 

Franklin Duncan

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6 hours ago, andreh said:

I always had a vivid imagination! :-)

Can't blame ya for that.

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