Agreed...FS2 has the best flight physics of the sims I fly. I wish it had a good API for adding the instrument cluster to a dedicated secondary monitor or iPad (Like FSI-172, or Air Manager that X-plane and Prepar3D have)
So looking forward to it! I've been wanting to fly into McCall for a while now.
Removing "_master" fixed the issue. Thanks
I'm unable to get any of the krzysk1 FS2 aircraft to load into the sim.
InstallationUnzip file and move the folder "bocian" to C:\Users~\Documents\Aerofly FS2\aircraft.
Is there another step I'm missing?
That was it....Enabling Expert mode disable the extreme pedal drift. Thanks.
But, I'm confused... It's nearly impossible to fly the R22 in non-expert mode....what is the purpose of "non-expert" mode if it makes the helicopter uncontrollable at lift off?
Hello, Trying to resolve an issue I'm having with Aerofly FS 2 (Steam) using a BU0836A interface controller and pedals not staying centered in the sim.
I have calibrated the controller under Windows (Win 10 64 bit Home version).
I have then calibrated the controller in the Aerofly sim under the controls window..
When I launch the sim with the R22 Helicopter, the pedals drift to full left or full right.
But when I exit the sim to the controller screen, the pedals show as perfectly centered.
It is as though the sim application is not tracking with what the controls screen is showing.
Any thought ?
I love AreoFly FS 1&2.
I would like to see a feature added to allow more flexibility in tuning control calibration settings. specifically when it comes to calibrating trims. I'm having issues creating realistic elevation trims as related to throttle position. The elevator is too sensitive to pitch changes when slight throttle adjustments. I think an exponential setting would usefull, like in RC sim.
I use a goflight pro yolk, ch pedals, saitec cessna trim wheel, and track ir headset