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Hi there, i just tried the Flight1 Cessna 172R on my FS2004. I follow the described procedures and also looked at some 172R Videos on Youtube, where the fuel pump was clearly audible. But i cannot hear the fuel pump in the Flight1 Cessna 172 (although according to the Instruments, the fuel pump works). Is this a bug on my Installation or is the Sound simply not simulated? I'd like to hear of your experiences. Do YOU hear the fuel pump on this simulated aircraft? Thanks in advance Bodo
Hi everyone i wanted to share my work on progress of my Cessna 172 Simulator i'm building. I'm trying to keep it as cheap as possible. Lately i didn't have much time to work on it, but i won't give up . Click on the picture to get to my website. AlbEagle Here is a short video. It is a bit dated but i will try to upload a new one. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fw1TCSNcGno
Name: Big Budget Blockbuster (part 2) Category: Commercial Product Videos Date Added: 15 June 2014 - 07:13 PM Submitter: vertical-studios.net Short Description: None Provided Big Budget Blockbuster Welcome to the film business! We have a series of adventures in store for you, all related to the next Big Budget Blockbuster. First up is a visit to Hawaii where the filming is just wrapping up. In parts 2 and 3 the action is … to be continued! Each add-on mission for FSX includes: Detailed aeronautical charts of your departure, route, and arrival FSX Nav Log, Flightplan and GPS with programmed waypoints Real world voice actors with written text of entire dialog Part 2: Welcome to the South of France! Your buddy’s Big Budget Blockbuster has been selected as one of the 20 films competing for the Palme d’Or at this year’s International Film Festival in Cannes. The film’s young starlet has invited you and your buddy to her family’s mountain-top villa in the Southern French Alps of Provence. Not to hang out, of course, but to escort her down the mountain for today’s early morning press conference. View Video
Hello everybody, I spent some time trying to figure out the best way to assign trimming small aircraft (A2A Cessna 172 in this case). This is my setup: - Saitek Pro Flight Yoke and Throttle Quadrant - Saitek Rudder Pedals - P3D v4.1 - FSUIPC 5 registered - all controls and calibrations assigned through it... I tried using the mouse wheel (that's an option in FSUIPC) but that way I couldn't turn knobs like radios, indoor light using the mouse wheel... Then I tried to assign one of the yoke buttons, the one that you operate with left thumb. That kind of works but I feel like it's moving too slow for my needs. For example when I'm on approach in the A2A 172 and set the 1st notch of flaps, the nose goes up ridiculously (am I missing something?) and I have to hold the button for 10 good seconds to trim the plane right. My question is, how do you guys manage your trimming? I know that there is a piece of hardware that does the job, but I don't feel like spending $70 on a plastic wheel. Or is it worth it? For me, it means 10 hours of work in my country. Any tip / advice would be appreciated. Thanks, Tomas.