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Is there any documentation included with FSW?  Can't seem to find any.  Probably not looking in the right place.

Jim

 

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There is a quick start PDF in this location <wherever you installed steam>\steamapps\common\FSW

FSW_Quick_Start_Guide_EN.pdf for english.  There are French and German ones included also.

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No, there are not manuals for the basic aircraft with performance charts and such.  I wound up downloading pdfs for the actual planes and the data from those charts works almost perfectly in FSW.  The DA-40 gauges read too high for for some things which has already been reported as a bug.  They just haven't gotten to it, yet.  And tool tips for the gauges in the PA-46 read incorrectly, but the gauges themselves show the correct values.

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On 10/6/2017 at 8:12 PM, theohall65 said:

No, there are not manuals for the basic aircraft with performance charts and such.  I wound up downloading pdfs for the actual planes and the data from those charts works almost perfectly in FSW.  The DA-40 gauges read too high for for some things which has already been reported as a bug.  They just haven't gotten to it, yet.  And tool tips for the gauges in the PA-46 read incorrectly, but the gauges themselves show the correct values.

My problem with downloading actual manuals is it's hard to tell which specific model they're using and how it applies to the actual plane that is being modeled. A2A chooses a specific plane (not just a model but an actual individual real-life plane) and models it.

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1 hour ago, carbonbasedlifeform said:

My problem with downloading actual manuals is it's hard to tell which specific model they're using and how it applies to the actual plane that is being modeled. A2A chooses a specific plane (not just a model but an actual individual real-life plane) and models it.

that's what Just Flight did with the Arrow III.

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