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About Lukas_Mathijsen

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  1. FSX? If so, try pointing the aircraft the other way (or 90 degrees left/right). The viewpoint might be inside the seat (from where you can't push the buttons/switches)
  2. This is something -so- obvious I would find it hard to believe -all- of the beta testers, let alone dev crew would have missed it. If you'd have found some obscure, "need to know it's there" type bug it would be different I think.
  3. Please, don't tell me what I can and cannot hear. What I hear is DEFINITELY a servo moving.
  4. Hmm interesting. In the first video listed, if you listen carefully you can hear the movement of the throttle coincides with the sound of the servo's.
  5. Hi, Why are you asking a GSX question on the PMDG forum?
  6. Why are you asking this in the PMDG forum? :huh:
  7. The point is if you are looking dead ahead and don't look around, the viewpoint shifts. Off course with trackir if you want to look at something you can compensate, but that's not the point. The point is if you are not trying to "look at something" and just look outside the cockpit. (yes I have trackir..)
  8. Phil (name?), If you own a registered copy of FSUIPC I would seriously recommend LINDA. You can find it here: http://forum.avsim.net/forum/424-linda/
  9. No need to execute. Press LSK next to flap 30 vref speed and enter it LSK5R by memory. No need to execute.
  10. Speedbrakes. Use them, you've got them for a reason :-)
  11. Would think this would be possible if the 777 SDK is finished and PMDG coordinated with FSDT (or the other way 'round off course ).
  12. Could you not just dial in 1013 in the altimeter and that would result in pressure altitude?? More easy I would think than doing head algorithms.
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