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Wilbert

Two Questions - Should Be Simple Solution

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Now that I have system running without problems or crashes, I have two questions that I hope someone could suggest a simple solution.1. How and what file could I change to allow A/C's selected to start up in FSX without engines or APU running? I already know about the default "FLTSIM" file that has already been made available but, there should be some other simple solution to this situation.2. How do I change position of wing view without zooming (which make all other objects appear undistorted/unproportional? The present view show point of position at the middle of the wing.Thanks,Wilbert_______________________________Abit AW9D-MaxThermaltake W0106 700W PSUIntel QX6700 QuadcoreVista Ultimate 644x1G Ballistix Tracer (PC2 8500)2x150GB SATA WD Raptor - Non Raid2x320GB SATA WD SE16 - Non Raid2x IDE Light-On DVDRW 165H65BFG 8800GTX OC2 768MB 626MHz Core Clock3x SILENX 120X25MM FANS + 2x 10in XCLIO Wind Tunnel Case FansDanger Den Water CoolingEnermax temp/fan controller

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Unfortunately there is NOT an easy solution.For example, you could save a default flight in a cold-dark state. This would work for most of the default aicraft. But if the aircraft you are flying has its own "ini" file (such as the Feel There aircraft), then the "ini" file for that aircraft will override the default flight file. The only option at that point is to edit the "ini" file (which is usually done through a setup utility provided by the developer).Good luck. :)BRIAN

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Thanks for responding. Saving in a cold and dark state doesn't work for me correctly. I've always done this in all previous versions and it worked quite well. If I save the flight in a cold and dark state at an unpopulated airport - it works however, when I do this at a busy airport, it does not work. I can't seem to figure that out. I believe it is a sound related problem. Is it because I am using Vista Ultimate 64 or is it the sound device I'm using? Does this happen it XP?Wilbert

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