What game Is this
input: "15570 N in lbf"
result 3500. pound force
Caution pound FORCE (lbf) not pound mass (lbs),
since f = m * a, (factor 9.81N/kg ~ 10 - the factor which you were probably missing),
(lbf is a force, lb is a mass unit)
Similar issue would be weight in N and mass in KG. Weight depends on the gravity (9.81 N/kg on Earth's surface), whilst mass would be constant. But a lot of people say aircraft weight = ...kg, which is incorrect. Therefore nowadys we lern abbreviations like MTOM instead of MTOW or MLM (max landing mass) instead of MLW at the university. In the Aerofly FS 2 there also is no such thing as a weight parameter. We only use "Mass" and calculate the gravitational force from that.
And yes that is 15.57 kN per engine: 15570N / ( 1000N / kN ) = 15.57 kN, no zeros required?!
Off the coast of N Korea. Just to piss them off Hahahaha
Now we need operational drop hook livery
Mad Skills. Looks GREAT
Ohhhh that's super cool
I saw in an earlier post someone had a repaint of the 172
as a highway patrol. I can't seem to find that anymore does
anyone happen to know who that was or where I can find it now
Very cool. I like it
OMG. I am sooooooo sorry I asked that question!
Yes, I can explain that this is a game and the ATC language used is very close to reality. Maybe those friends of yours that may be "severely affected" in some way by listening to a Cessna 172 dialogue with ATC will grow up driving busses and trains and therefore not be totally disabled for life.
When is the wrong question to ask anyone affiliated with IPACS. We never publish any release dates because we don't want people to say "you promised us this xx time ago" and this way we don't have to finish the projects by a deadline which only leads to bugs and a lot of temporary solutions or unfinished publications. Stable software and high performance doesn't come from rushing towards a release date...
Please stay open minded and accept that different users have different preferences.
I don't see a meaning by replacing FSX just by another flight sim with the same functions, I like the different approach of aerofly FS 2.
And since voiceattack is done here by users it does not allocate IPACS resources.
Couldn't agree more. This, as simple as it is, really
Adds to the immersion in VR
My apologies, I somehow missed what you were asking here. It's odd, I had it working just fine when I tried it, that's why I didn't see a problem.
No apology required. I'm sure it was the way I initially explained it .
I'll try to fix these issues with the control assignments of the autopilot. The clicking with the mouse should always work, pressing a button only sends a certain message to the aircraft, if the message key doesn't match how the autopilot is programmed then the key won't work. Same with the clickspot that you activate with the mouse. If the message from the clickspot is not recognized by the ap then it won't work. I'm going to debug all the key assignments and clickspot functions once I am finished with the ground work of the autopilot. There is still a bit of ground to cover, contstraints is one of them.
The assignable messages also don't fit all aircraft well. That is why it is currently only working for some aircraft. E.g. the B747 and A320 use a managed heading command, the LJ45 uses a "navigation" command which accounts for multiple navigation sources....
Thank you so very much!
you can bind the NAV and APP functions the same way as the other mode
functions ( in the Controls / Autopilot menu these are called
Navigation and Approach).
The missing function is the autopilot function reverse/backcourse
which is not assignable yet, and is not yet implemented in the
Please note that while you can assign a button or key to the NAV and
APP functions, those are only working for the 'basic'autopilots on
the C172 and Baron58. The more advanced autopilot / FMS onthe
A320/B747/LJ45/.. ignore this event at the moment (mostly because NAV
can mean many things to the FMS ). This will be addressedwith the
next major update of the autopilot system.
Hope this helps clear this up for you.
When I go to controller set up then to the autopilot tab then assign
a key to the navigation function you cannot operate the navigation button on the autopilot with that
keyboard button if you click on it with a mouse you can operate it
all the rest of the buttons ( vertical, speed, heading, altituude ) on the auto
pilot you can assigned a keyboard key and they work fine .
This is not about binding a button. This is about controlling the function after the button is bound with that button
In addition the NAV button on the auto pilot on the Lear works perfect
If you use the mouse to activate it
It is not just me that is having to his problem. Everyone is having this problem
Yes I agree. You had mentioned that you wanted a letter. That why I threw the November out there.
And I didn't even consider 911 emergency hahaha. Good point!
This is very interesting
I must ask why the full 51911. It should be
Cessna November niner one one