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On 5/2/2021 at 7:19 AM, Milviz said:

My brain is a sieve....

Any comment about smoke when the engine starts?  Is that possible yet?


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Smoke is not possible yet.  This is on Asobo.  We have asked.

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add moving map on chart board.

A little preview maybe to keep us waiting ? 


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Because I fly with a less sensitive stick in all planes until now with this Corsair, I have to go back and set default control sensitivities to take off. And then I choose to go back to my usual profile while cruising or flying around. (Because it takes a lot of control input to keep it level on take off, way way more than any other plane).


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8 minutes ago, Fielder said:

Because I fly with a less sensitive stick in all planes until now with this Corsair, I have to go back and set default control sensitivities to take off. And then I choose to go back to my usual profile while cruising or flying around. (Because it takes a lot of control input to keep it level on take off, way way more than any other plane).

I had to make a rudder adjustment that ended up working out for all aircraft I use.


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I came to the conclusion with my own set of controllers (YMMV) that it is less a question of sensitivity than of understanding what is going on and doing a lot of practice. And of course setting the trims as instructed. 

A link that may interest some of you  [aviation] - [manuals] - F4U Corsair Pilots Manual.pdf (airwar.ru)

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Yes Dominique some sort of update would be nice since they were hoping for last Friday. 


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I am intrigued by the moving map on a chart board. I do not see any such board in the cockpit. Today I alt-tab LittleNavMap in a small window as I cannot have the compass work  the proper way for the life of me. 

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the map isn't going to be with waypoints or anything like an AP or stuff like that.  It's a map.  That's it.  The chartboard is directly under the main instrument panel.

We're nearly done now. 

Weapons will be added but will be 95% non functional... guns will fire but have no effect... ("my guns aren't having any effect!")


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Hello,

does the Corsair properly support the SimConnect API? Specifically does the canopy and the wing folding react to setting the corresponding simulation variables?

Thanks!

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No. 


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17 hours ago, Milviz said:

 

Weapons will be added but will be 95% non functional... guns will fire but have no effect... ("my guns aren't having any effect!")

Rats, I was going to make an AI livery of my least favorite football team, and then and shoot it down! 😞


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Corsair for Drunkards:

pitch_stability=2
roll_stability=2
yaw_stability=4.255
pitch_gyro_stability=2
roll_gyro_stability=2
yaw_gyro_stability=2
/ pitch_stability=1
/ roll_stability=1
/ yaw_stability=4.255
/ pitch_gyro_stability=0
/ roll_gyro_stability=0
/ yaw_gyro_stability=0

 

The lines starting with / followed by a space, are the original. (The / means that line will be ignored by MSFS).

The ones above it are for when you're drunk and fiddle the trim knobs any which a way, and have the flaps at some random unknown position. Then you can still probably make it down the runway without smashing. Numbers in between might be like for half drunk.

You can't get to the file to change it if you buy a plane from the Marketplace. Only planes in the community folder or the basic MSFS $59 package planes can have .cfg files opened easily in notepad.

C:\Users\YourOwnName\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft Flight Simulator\Packages\Community\milviz-corsair\SimObjects\Airplanes\Milviz_FG1D\flight_model.cfg

To see the configuration changes effect without having to first close and reopen MSFS: Developers Mode, Tools, Aircraft Editor, File, Resync 

 

 

 

 


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5 hours ago, Milviz said:

No. 

Out of curiosity (I am not familiar with the aircraft modelling aspects of the MSFS SDK): are there technical reasons or other advantages for not supporting e.g. the simulation variables CANOPY OPEN and FOLDING WING LEFT PERCENT, FOLDING WING RIGHT PERCENT? According to the SDK documentation (SDK Documentation (flightsimulator.com) they should be both readable and writeable?

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1 hour ago, Steeler said:

Out of curiosity (I am not familiar with the aircraft modelling aspects of the MSFS SDK): are there technical reasons or other advantages for not supporting e.g. the simulation variables CANOPY OPEN and FOLDING WING LEFT PERCENT, FOLDING WING RIGHT PERCENT? According to the SDK documentation (SDK Documentation (flightsimulator.com) they should be both readable and writeable?

CANOPY OPEN for instance, triggers a stress crash above a certain speed. Wich is incompatible with a warbird, usually taking off and landing with it opened. Dont see a problem with folded wings, but the VARS might be INOP as some others are.

 

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