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Birds collisions?

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Hi!

Is it possible to change something in the cfg of the fsbirds to enable collision?

I'd like to try it if you don't mindūüėĀ?

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I am reporting you for virtual animal cruelty!

And yes, it should be possible.  If you can crash into a tree or a pylon there must be something you can set in the object to make it 'collisionable' and cause damage, but I don't know how.


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I suggest asking the author - Taberet I think


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1 hour ago, andyjohnston.net said:

As far as I know, there is no way to enable bird strikes.

Fast forward to 52min 20 second mark in the video. You can enable it but it is up to the 3rd party aircraft developers to implement it in their aircraft. Don't know how it will work on the MP though and don't expect MS/Asobo enabling it on default aircraft.

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