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  1. caleb1

    Pipistrel or Air Tractor

    Does anyone know of a good (would be willing to pay, I want a good simulation) Pipistrel Sinus, Virus, or Alpha for FSX/P3D? Also, does anyone know of a good Air Tractor plane for FSX/P3D? Many thanks.
  2. Hi, I managed to break my FSX.CFG file. Please help! The problem is that FSX does not load any liveries for aircraft (Just 1 default livery - Excluding the Aerosoft A320/A321). For example: TFDi Design 717 (Just TFDi Design House livery), Carenado SAAB 340B (Just plain white liverys), etc. The liveries are in the folder, including custom ones and the code for loading the livery is in the Aircraft.CFG file in each aircraft. Please help! Thanks TrainNutter.
  3. And with only freeware addons and scenery. Unedited shots. LOWI: And not far from my hometown in Central Italy:
  4. Normally, cylinder head temperatures, spark plug fouling, torque, carburetor icing, vapor lock, superchargers and supertanker sized oil comsumption at speeds that send you right to sleep isn't much to get me excited. But sometimes, you just need a change of pace after reading an airline biography that mostly seems to deal with the formative and exciting years when aeronautical progress moved at the speed of every new exciting flying prop-driven contraption devised, financed and introduced into service. (Yes, books still work as a source for inspiration. Who'd have thought?) Anyway, why not take the evolutionary peak of those aeronautical dinosaurs for a spin and throw some economy into the mix while one's at it? Well, enter the DC-6A. Unlike the swan song airliners of its era with its engines that exhibit equally swan-like touchiness (do not mess with these avians, ever!), you can probably take a sledgehammer to the airframe and its R2800s and still fly around the world - if you take enough oil along, that is. Anyway, the DC-6A/B works in FSX with the usual model-related drawbacks (prop disks vs clouds) and after some more modifications (new, experimental autopilot; automixture gauge; textures converted to .dds files; MI Tool installation), "Douglas Freight"'s DC-6A in vintage American Airlines Cargo colors is ready at Burbank and waiting for its first assignment. The mobile phone buzzes. "Please get 13112 lbs of unspecified cargo to Grand Junction and do not mess up. It's already ready for loading. Bye." Burbank - Grand Junction. Out of the busy L.A. metropolitan area and over a whole lot of mountains. 570 nm. 2+ hours at economy cruise. Well, alright. Actually, the plan was to channel the 50s and go to Tulsa just like AA did back in the day, but apparently dispatch couldn't find suitable airway maps from back then. So GJT it is. No need for a GPS today, since the navigator's seat is occupied by LittleNavMap, a capable android that doesn't talk, won't pull pranks and doesn't consume any beverages, leaving more for me and myself. The right seat is occupied by Otto's brother Otto (name spelled backwards; terribly creative family). Inflatable, flexible, used to be in the weather observation business in the armed forces before hitting it big with his cargo driver job here. A bit shy, but never judges and never complains. Nice wife, too. Flight engineering has to be done by yours truly since I have an engineering degree and the boss is scottish. Since this is a modern company, a loadmaster is not on the payroll. Outsourced. Tough times indeed. Still, the cargo sheet books 600 lbs for the crew, regardless of occupancy. No, I'm not that large. Most of it is oil for the engines and other...things (ssssh!). Anyway, while the ground service personnel loads the cargo and contrab-...other things without violating any center of gravity regulations, I plot the route. Owing to the limited avionics aboard, routing is old fashioned - navaid to navaid. No waypoints or standard approach/departure routes. To stay clear of other airspace, the first fix is the NDB in El Monte that serves as a beacon to Pomona VORTAC (POM) while keeping me away from the San Gabriel mountains, which is not the most unpopular location for involuntary disassembly of man and flying machine. After that, it's a turn northeast toward Daggett VORTAC (DAG), trying my luck to leave as much of the terrain above and below me (this would become a very short-lived career otherwise). Should the plan not work, my contingency is following State Route 210 and then taking a left turn onto Interstate 15 through the valley before slumbering on - just need to make sure not to stop at red lights or for traffic (lack of airspeed is apparently not popular with wings). Singing overrated, stereotypical songs, the next fix is LAS VORTAC. No technical stops. ("Had to inspected the roulette gear and blackjack lines. No more money for fuel. Kidneys already sold. Send help!") After that, it's straight onward toward an apparently well-smelling or tasting VORTAC (MMM) not too far from Lake Mead. Cutting right through Bob Marley Nationa-...erm, Iron, Lion, Zion National Park, is the (air)way to Bryce Willis Canyon VORTAC (BCE). While already pretty well covered by tough terrain, on the leg toward Hanksville VORTAC (HVE), the peaks of the Aquarius Plateu constitute a welcome invitation to turn an engine out situation into a spontaneous invitation to camping and mountaineering trip (provided the apt pilot finds a place to park). Finally, skimming the northern tip of the Canyonlands National Park and roughly keeping alongside the Grand Valley, the last fix is Grand Junction VORTAC (JNC), before it's a quite literal dive into the valley to land at the destination, Grand Junction, Walker (Texas Ranger) airport. Overall, it's a picturesque route over some breathtaking landscapes and with a rich history. Too bad it's already 7:30 p.m. And pitch dark outside. But hey, at least the weatheris supposed to be good all the way! Meanwhile, the outsourced ground handlers have finished loading, the fuel planning is done (8000 something lbs of oil for the engines, 200 gallons of fue-...no wait, the other way around), the route is ready to be cleared by ATC and I've studied the checklists and reference documents. I may be crazy to practically solo a 100000 lbs aircraft, but I'm not dumb. At least not *that* dumb. The smart notepad app shows that gross weight is well within limits, that take off speeds are reasonable, that CHT and oil temperatures are dangerously low and that the pilot is the best there is (I know!). After a bit of unprepared switch-searching ont he endless panels, I manage to gracefully start the engines - in the wrong order (3-4-1-2? 4-3-2-1? 1-1-4-23?). Doesn't matter, they now produce an average coastal breeze each and convert oil and fuel to flames and blue smoke. ATC assigns runway 08 for departure, which is practical, because it points me right toward El Monte. Has FSX ATC finally done something right? Tune in at five to find out more! Since BUR is a busy airport (Seriously, where do all the aircraft come from?! And where do they go? Does the universe know about them?), mandated interruptions in taxi operations are used for my favourite part of piston aircraft flying - run-up checks. Prop full forward, prop full aft, left magneto, right magneto, no magneto and a 0.0001 drop in RPM...zzzZzzz. ATC wakes me from my well deserved nap. Checks are completed (talk about doing them in your sleep) and awaiting takeoff clearance from the tower. Put the airplane into "Christmas Tree" mode, line up, set take off power, check flaps, CHT and release brakes. 5700 feet to go. In a jet, I'd be a bit worried, but the four R2800s and the rather low weight really make this thing go. Lift off occurs with several hundred feet to spare and besides, there's that drop at the end of the runway that might provide a gentle bump when push comes to shove. Gear goes up, nose goes down for acceleration (at least that's what the book says) and at one point, power is reduced to METO. Or at least what I perceive as METO. It turns out that the end of green arc on the MAP gauge does NOT constitute METO, but at that moment, I don't care. CHT is within limits and I need this thing to climb, climb and climb some more. Flaps go up to 1 to decrease drag and by now, El Monte ADF is picked up and that's where I'll go. Below, the lights of the Los Angeles megalopolis stretch out to infinity and back and I don't want to think about what would happen if I lost a substantial amount of power and...nope, not going to happen. Not on my watch. This is not an Ernie Gann novel. Just look at this...lights EVERYWHERE. I'm still climbing and waiting to intercept the 081 radial to Pomona. The pistons are still giving everything they've got because I really want to make that climb! So much that I forgot about the flaps, which are still at 1. After passing Pomona, I turn onto the 037 radial to Daggett. This will be the moment of truth. All or nothing. Aviator or something with "a". Moment of glory or PILS (problem in left seat). Still hammering the engines, still climbing. A glance to my ten o' clock shows Mount San Antonio's peak staring right back into the cockpit. (Uh, hi.) But on the other hand, I can clearly see the glimmering lights of the settlements in the Mojave ahead, so I figure I am going to be fine. Phew! As I triumphantly soar across the Cucamonga Wilderness and its ~8500 ft peaks, I go into mental overload between wondering why the Mojave is that illuminated, flying the aircraft and finally setting up proper climb power. Crossing 13 or 14000 ft, I put the superchargers into high gear as the checklist tells me to, but since I'm still hand flying, the process throws me off the radial and my flight path starts to resemble a snake after an evening in a liquor container. Deciding I've had enough, I switch on the autopilot and let it do its thing. This frees me up to talk ATC out of clearing me all the way up to FL280, which my flightplan is still filed for. It's best for both sides to decrease it to something more sensible, like 190 or so. Fortunately, ATC doesn't need impassioned pleas or other Oscar-nominee acting skills to approve my request. Arriving at cruising altitude, I show some mercy on the engines and pull back to economy cruise. I've got a tailwind anyway and what is time, after all. Flying at night might be boring, but a clear desert sky offers some interesting vistas, for example in the form of the Great Las vegas Blotch of Light(TM; you heard it here first!) appearing on the horizon and slowly drifting by beneath me. The urge for a technical stop is nonexistant because Vegas could not look better than from up here. The Sperry A12 does its thing, Otto is still silent as a rock and my faithful navigator LittleNavMap tells me the frequency and radial of the next VORTAC to tune in. If I was a stereotypical propliner pilot, I'd go for some coffee, a whistle of "The High and The Mighty" and stories from great piloting adventures from "ye goode olde time" by now, but I'll settle for tea, Guns 'N' Roses and Wikipedia instead. Welcome to the jungle! The only thing that worries me is that MI Tool shows that the cost of this flight starts to outrun its revenue. And it's not the fuel use or crew salary that's the biggest factor, but "other costs". Premium insurance, I guess. Note to self: Fire financial officer (or retweak the settings). Past Vegas, the route across National Park Country is composed of darkness below and the stars above, interspersed by the lights of the odd settlement. I'm comfortably at FL210 by now to improve cruise economy, but considering that airlines used to fly this route at no more than 10000 ft at night at half the speed in any weather... Speaking of weather, somewhere between Mormon Mesa, Bryce Willis and Hanksville, things get mildly cloudy. This could get bumpy, but despite skimming the tops of the taller towers, the ride stays smooth. Not that the cargo would complain, but I just don't know what exactly is stowed back there. Otto handled the paperwork. On the eastern fringes of Zion National Park, I spot snow on the mountain tops. Totally mesmerizing when I saw it, mildly interesting by the time I'm typing this. Worth a mention anyway? You betcha! Around this time, ATC kicked me out of IFR because I was away and failed to respond to a frequency change command. Downgrading to flight following was my only option. Suit yourself, airway-gestapo. I am a mature and self-reliant pilot who don't need no vectors to final! Speaking of vectors, time to descend. Because what goes up, must come down. (Tom Petty was a wise man.) Using the infinite knowledge of the checklists, I bring RPM back up and reduce MAP step by step while starting down, as usual closely monitoring CHT. The road back from the heavens is not rocky, but agonizingly long. No way I can make it down to 7000 ft (~2000 ft AGL) required for an ILS approach. Weather would permit coming in exclusively visual, but as the world's greatest pilot, I'm playing it safe! There's a catch though. LittleNavMap-igator has me coming in from the west, across Grand Junction VORTAC, which sits comfortably on terrain at ~7000 ft. Since the suggested minimum descent altitude is 8500 ft, I do the smart thing and heed that warning, descend to 9000 ft and then try to cover the remaining ~4000 ft during the approach and final phase. After all, controlled flight into terrain and the resulting wreckage only results in interesting paragraphs in Wikipedia articles and hobby archeologist's hiking guides. Fortunately enough, speed management isn't much of an issue in such a giant from times long past (amazingly enough, a 737-600 is just as large as a DC-6). Grand Junction Tower invites me to land on runway 11, which is a bit of a relief since I won't have to fly the offset ILS approach for runway 29. Still, I am way too high to make the descent into the valley on the first shot, so I do a lazy descending circle around JNC. I could have played this way more in style and simply follow Grand Valley while descending, but nah, I'm not feeling particularly cool today. Upon attaining my MDA, I head off into the valley and see if my judgement holds up with my amazing piloting skills. Having crossed the localizer, a turn to the left brings me onto the back course for the approach. By now, I am also well on my way toward my final approach altitude. Near Mack Mesa airfield, I begin a turn onto an westward heading to get a bit of clearance between me and the terrain to the east for the upcoming turn onto final. Throwing the big bird around to the right and onto the localizer, I begin preparations for final. Flaps, cowl flaps, girlie flaps, flapjacks...the usual. Crossing the glideslope, more flaps are applied to the headwind and the gear comes down. Final checks and it's showtime! Expecting a bitter fight of man vs machine to keep the ILS needles where they belong on the instrument (middle, but I'm absolutely not sure about that), I am disappointed to experience that the DC-6 is as tame as a toothless tiger. Too low? Add instantly available power and lift. Too high? Do the opposite. Even the speed is in the ballpark. Come on, there's got to be a challenge! Ask and ye shall receive. After a smooth, but decisive touchdown, I find that challenge in the prop reverse function. A person known for mercilessly appling the "RTFM!"-whip to innocent forum members should have read the readme more thoroughly. Irony can be pretty ironic sometimes (Thanks, Captain Kirk!). Anyway, a bit of "What does that button do?" and application of throttle does provide some overdue prop-based braking - not that it would have been particularly necessary, considering a 10500 ft runway underneath the wheels. Some taxiing, blah-blahing to the ground controller and lots more checklist items later, I'm parked safe and sound at my destination. While the local, outsourced freight handler is being shushed away with a "Yes, yes, do that.", I attend things that really matter - flight performance and virtual MONEY. MI Tool grades my performance with a straight A, giving the company's reputation a nice and much needed boost to obtain better contract or tons more leeway to absorb the contract renegotiation penalty. On the financial side, however, this trip was a clear flop, since "other costs" ate up what little revenue there was. But the plane is still in good condition, the company is only getting started and big contracts with big bucks will soon be no more wishful, drunk fantasy anymore! So there's no reason not to accept these flight results and await the next adventure. Or at least daylight. And some sleep. Because that grog I had before descent is making me ti-...*ZzzzZZ* The end. Fin. Ende. (Maybe) Until next time! (Author's note: I hope the entertainment value was a bit higher than propliner cruise speed.) P.S: I think I'll upgrade to a DC-7 because (air)screw engine reliability! And screw swans! (Please don't.) P.P.S: The approach to Grand Junction.
  5. Bluemax

    Stuck Ailerons

    Hello. I have been away from FSX:SE for a while. Yesterday when I fired up the C172 I found the ailerons frozen in the left bank position. Neither the keyboard commands or my joystick assignment changed them to the neutral position. Next, I opened the Baron. Same problem. Any suggestions?
  6. Who would have thought an airway intersection would have been so named so close to a VOR. My inner child found it amusing
  7. Practically since I found it I've been flying the POSKY 744 with an add-on 2d panel and default FSX VC. I finally got around to installing the upgraded VC by Alejandro - an excellent improvement until I can save up for a PMDG 744. However the night lighting appears to have a problem. Not sure if this is due to me running in DX10 (thanks, SteveFX) or not. The cockpit light (dome?) appears to work fine, but switching to panel creates this: If I turn it off - the instruments also go dark. Not without power, all the information is still displayed, it's just the same brightness as the rest of the cockpit. Any ideas please? Not sure if anyone flies the default or POSKY jumbos anymore :)
  8. I thought this looked rather good IMHO
  9. No doubt I'd have been Stingered into the Potomac way beforehand!
  10. I recently bought Active Sky Next and everything was working just fine when flying the PMDG 777 out of OMAA when FSX crashes. Nothing showed up in the Event Viewer or on AppCrashView. I decided to try that again with ASN off and everything worked just fine. Best Regards, AbdulRahman
  11. Hello, I'm having issues with CTDs while programming the MCDU, specifically while using Aerosoft's Airbus collection. The views will freeze while programming the MCDU and then it crashes to the desk top. I have included the two App Crash Views that occurred last night. My system: Windows 10 Home Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-7200 CPU @ 2.50GHz/2.70 GHz Installed RAM 7.90 GB System Type 64-bit operating system, x64-based processor App Crash View #1 Version=1 EventType=BEX EventTime=131337616644784247 ReportType=2 Consent=1 UploadTime=131337616645728621 ReportIdentifier=0f4f7aec-06d1-11e7-8fd6-ccb0dab3bc66 IntegratorReportIdentifier=a1f46a58-afb8-4a48-9d94-94ac5821f823 WOW64=1 NsAppName=fsx.exe AppSessionGuid=00002100-0001-0029-844c-d021dc9ad201 TargetAppId=W:0000da39a3ee5e6b4b0d3255bfef95601890afd80709!0000da39a3ee5e6b4b0d3255bfef95601890afd80709!fsx.exe TargetAppVer=2015//07//10:10:12:42!2ac31c!fsx.exe BootId=4294967295 Response.BucketId=9bfe843ba1e51628cf111530cb308675 Response.BucketTable=5 Response.LegacyBucketId=116196045389 Response.type=4 Sig[0].Name=Application Name Sig[0].Value=fsx.exe Sig[1].Name=Application Version Sig[1].Value=10.0.62615.0 Sig[2].Name=Application Timestamp Sig[2].Value=559f9a9a Sig[3].Name=Fault Module Name Sig[3].Value=fmgs.dll_unloaded Sig[4].Name=Fault Module Version Sig[4].Value=1.2.7.83 Sig[5].Name=Fault Module Timestamp Sig[5].Value=575f5083 Sig[6].Name=Exception Offset Sig[6].Value=0009e200 Sig[7].Name=Exception Code Sig[7].Value=c0000005 Sig[8].Name=Exception Data Sig[8].Value=00000008 DynamicSig[1].Name=OS Version DynamicSig[1].Value=10.0.14393.2.0.0.768.101 DynamicSig[2].Name=Locale ID DynamicSig[2].Value=1033 DynamicSig[22].Name=Additional Information 1 DynamicSig[22].Value=bb6c DynamicSig[23].Name=Additional Information 2 DynamicSig[23].Value=bb6c8b1dc46a36b805d3abe5ebd1daef DynamicSig[24].Name=Additional Information 3 DynamicSig[24].Value=e905 DynamicSig[25].Name=Additional Information 4 DynamicSig[25].Value=e90593561bb840d88d9ee76d4ab7d650 UI[2]=C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\FSX\fsx.exe UI[3]=Microsoft Flight Simulator® has stopped working UI[4]=Windows can check online for a solution to the problem. 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All my drivers are current, as I had a Microsoft tech go through my system yesterday and insured that they are all good.
  12. I believe the Campaign Against Aviation allows us to fly as low as we like over water as long as we're not within 500' of persons or structures? Blackpool Tower (not the airfield tower, THE Tower ) (Banter aside, the C.A.A. do have a nightmare of a job just trying to keep everyone safe IMHO on this tiny little, crowded, septic isle.)
  13. From time to time, someone shares some of their screenshots of flights to and around Africa, and more often than not, the lack of variety for African airports comes up. Like most of those who comment on the paucity of African airports, I feel a similar hope that someone will add to the list of African airports. Thankfully, there are a few very nice freeware airfields available for GA around Southern Africa, Vilankulo and Inhambane in Mozambique being two of my favourites, and what better aircraft to enjoy life under African skies than the Cessna 182 from A2A. So, here then, is a selection from a recent flight I did around South Africa and Mozambique, hopefully this will encourage you to consider booking that safari you've thought about, or just load up your sim and take a trip to the beautiful continent that is Africa that way. Leaving Johannesburg behind for Inhambane, it's a long flight, so I suggest you bring some snacks ... droewors is highly recommended, and maybe a peppermint crisp if, like me, you have a sweet tooth. Passing over the Witbank Nature reserve, with the Olifantsrivier (Elephant's river) in the background. Good thing this plane has an autopilot, it takes less time to fly from Johanneburg to Nairobi with Kenya Airways than doing this flight. Still, you can't beat that African sunset. A little over four hours later, and we're down at Inhambane. First order of business, a trip to the men's room, Crème Soda may be the greenest refreshment one can get in a can, but it makes its presence felt over 4 hours. Having paid the landing fees, a trip to the nearby lodge for a braai and a couple of cold ones.
  14. No, it's not the Flysimware nor Alabeo versions, just the freeware shakey jake, hence the functional VC, but the polished metal looks great! It seems to fly OK too, but then again I'm far from an expert! A quick VFR jaunt over the Easter weekend. Cheers.
  15. Just a thank you to Warbirds for his Connie repaints. I've placed the VC from the blue Connie (his shiny retro scheme) into the BOAC one. I used the alternative yoke colours (black yoke), but unfortunately I hadn't realised that the modified yoke comes with the green cockpit insulation. No matter, perhaps it'll catch on. Disregarding my mismatching of colours - nice job, Paul!
  16. !!!Alert!!! US Central is growing, and we need more pilots for our Planes! Caption: Why do we have planes sitting on the ground? Because we need pilots like you whop can fly them! US Central has just turned 2 and we need more pilots to fly our expanding fleet! There is just too much of a pilot shortage for you to be going at it like a lone wolf. Let me show you what US Central has to offer. !!!PROMO!!! We have partnered with the famous FSAirlines team to bring our pilots a wonderful tracking solution, and more such as, Built-in landing rate tracking! Fuel Calculation based on REAL data from flights within FSAirlines as well as Fuel Flow based! Virtual marketplace to spend your virtual salary on items such as, Aviator Glasses , Game Tickets, and the best real estate in the world, a cardboard box! What about Training? Simple! Just fly 2 training flights with any aircraft to get the type rating! its that easy for those who are long time simmers! But what about training ME? If you you need help learning to fly on flight sim, we have a community of pilots ready to assist. How do you Communicate? US Central uses the latest version of teamspeak! fsxfuscentral.dynu.com How do I fly with other pilots? Us Central uses JoinFS to connect pilots together. Check us out at: FSAirlines: https://fsairlines.net/en/va/USC Teamspeak: fsxfuscentral.dynu.com Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/fsxuscentral Twitter: https://twitter.com/FSX_US_Central
  17. Must be the Navy version with beefed up undercarriage for carrier landings... I noticed it mentioned in the UK2000 EGLL documentation about the mirror system at a couple of the gates, so tried it out with a tiny plane LOL. A nice touch! Not an actual mirror of what's on the ground but still useful. Well done, Gary!
  18. I selected the cargo ramp at Southend airport (UK2000 demo) with an appropriately liveried plane which used to fly from there. Was this or is this the cargo ramp? A current chart doesn't seem to indicate this. Also note that this is the demo scenery from UK2000 so some structures may well be missing, but still, the old Connie looks rather cool IMHO.
  19. I decided to obtain some more accurate vegetation - thank you Turbulent. On the whole TF is a beautiful add-on. However (and to be fair, I half expected this before I purchased the add-on) it doesn't display over VFR Real photoreal scenery which I have for the UK. Is it the case that TF autogen will not work over photoreal at all? Thanks.
  20. I never realised... until now.. That the title line in the cfg file can have a bearing on what gauges might be displayed. To elaborate: My recent Orca repaint had me re-visiting the Project Airbus A380 Qantas I'd had in my virtual hangar for some time. The primary eicas display in the centre of the panel (virtual cockpit) didn't work - just blank white, almost like an untextured part. I downloaded an Emirates version which did have a working centre display. Cool! However, when it came to using the Orca repaint - no display! Yet both textures pull from the same common fallback folder, same panel folder etc. The difference? The title... The Emirates entry in the cfg file had this: Project Airbus A380-841 Emirates VC PAgauges HUDL HUDR The VC PAgauges HUDL HUDR meant that the centre display worked. In addition the movable frames for the HUDs showed up too. I learned about FSX from that!
  21. I forget, but if this is the -200 I'm off to Reunion Island. If it's the -300 I'm of to Guadeloupe from Paris Orly. Had this song in my head at the time.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5A44N_ewyTU
  22. I noticed someone has modelled this airfield! Thank you Vassilios Dimoulas. I look forward to trying it out. https://library.avsim.net/zipdiver.php?DLID=201206 Get a PC12 or some such and taxi it up the ramp (literally) on to the field. You tube video:-
  23. JayCloth

    PMDG 777 - Nothing Works

    I have just bought the 777-200 base package and I'm very annoyed. Not having a regular income means that this is a big price to pay for me. I am not able to press or move anything in the cockpit. The aircraft is in a cold and dark state with the throttle levers at TOGA and the yokes fully back and fully left. The only thing I can control is the brakes on the aircraft either with my toe brakes or a button on the back of the yoke. The gear isn't showing outside (yet I am at the correct height as if the gear is extended). The mouse only changes to the PMDG one over the 2 inside nobs for the Baro/Radio altitude and the altimeter. I have reinstalled the 777 many times and have overwritten my FSUIPC install. (I can't figure out how to uninstall FSUIPC and the internet doesn't seem to help much). I have reinstalled the D irect X settings and Simconnect all to on avail. Please someone help me before I explode at PMDG.
  24. I wish Mr. Ruth would undertake an MD-11 complete with a virtual cockpit - he did such a good job of the DC10.