Aerofly FS 2 Robinson R22 Helicopter Released!

  • Good catch, found the mistake and corrected it. Stay tuned for the next update.


    Wow, it is not just the R-22, there are lots more updates and changes in the CHANGE LOG Gonna load up the Lear and see the new crew alerts.


    Regards,

    Ray

    Can't see the F-15 gear VR handle fix in the changelog?


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  • What is wrong with steam? 8o

    I had a Steam account with FSX and daily had to put up with irritating downloads all of which where of no interest to me whatsoever and continued to fill up my working hard drive.

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  • I think if you have Automatic Updates - High Priority selected and your PC is turned on with an internet connection the download will start without any prompting. If you attempt to start Aerofly FS2 before the update in completed Steam will notify you that an update is in progress. You can monitor the download to watch the progress and the estimated completion time.


    Regards,

    Ray


    Maybe someone will post when the download is available from Steam.

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  • Changed my Steam Download Server to Germany Munich...


    NOW its loading :P:P:!::!:

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  • Restartet Steam...


    Downloading now!


    Wuhuu!


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  • Nice. Can you tell us the size of the update?


    Ray

    Didn't see - but not large...

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    Changed the title of the thread from “Aerofly FS2 Robinson R22 Helicopter Releasing Today on Steam!” to “Aerofly FS 2 Robinson R22 Helicopter Released Today on Steam!”.
  • Profi mode... damn =O

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  • In order to fly the R22 realistically, how ho I have to assign my axes...?


    Elevator > CyclicPitch?

    Aileron > CyclicRoll?

    Throttle > Collective?

    Rudder > TailRotor?


    And I seem to remember that you have to inverse the Collective, so moving it up should bring you down and moving it down should bring you up... Right...?


    And what about Throttle: I have no axis left...?


    Concerning the other improvements: there was one change I liked:

    "Added Aircraft selection menu remembers last selected repaint for each aircraft"

    Awesome! However, it doesn't work...? Whenever I go back to a previous selected (and loaded!) plane I get the default livery again and not the one I chose last.

  • Yes exactly like that!

    You can invert the collective by moving the joystick axis in a different direction during the assignment.


    You fly with the axis inverted or have it the same way like your normal aircraft throttle, depends on your taste and configuration.

    I use a throttle quadrant which I clamped next to my chair, immitating the motion of the collective lever in the cockpit. Therefor my increasing direction is still the same but I flipped it geometrically by 180 degrees; levers now pointing away from me, not towards me when at idle/collective down