The problem even with Level D simulators is that the motion always lags a tiny bit behind the visual.
That's why flying visual approaches in such a sim is more difficult than IRL and taxiing is motion sickness inducing.
Yep and it's horrible. A funny thing though, I get sea sick, car sick but not air sick
now I found the time to test this feature and it worked immediately for me.
This is my main.cfg:
This is my folder structure:
Due to some issues reported earlier, I suggest:
Do not call the extra_user_folder scenery, this may lead to confusion with the subfolder. I used the name ipacs instead.
Use only standard characters.
Use small characters, no capital characters.
The extra_user_folder has to contain a subfolder named scenery.
The subfolder scenery has to contain a subfolder images (thanks to Mick for his comment).
It may work without all these suggestions, but if we can avoid trouble we should do it.
Enjoy aerofly FS 2
Thanks Rodeo, this worked for me.
Obviously some moves in a plane might make you feel a bit uncomfortable but those some moves would also make you unconfortable in real life. In fact, I expect some manouvers to make me feel a bit uncomfortable so this all helps with the immersion.
In other words: you won't know if VR will make you sick until you've tried it (for some time).
I get motion sickness in a full motion simulator, though not in real aircraft
I just confirmed that this is indeed working.
Ray, did you happen to manually enter the field into the main.mcf file? The last update should have entered the field automatically.
When you create a folder on a different drive, name it one word (example: test), inside the folder add a sub folder: scenery. Inside the scenery folder add folders: places and images.
Also, make sure that you don't have duplicates in the documents folder and your newly created folder.
Confirm all of this and respond back to let us know if you got anywhere
I am having the same issue, it doesn't work.
Yes, flying any published approach is fun indeed. Unfortunately it won't work well with VR. I need to be able to see that chart all the time which can't be done with VR. Which is a shame.
That's why I don't fly VR + I would get sick
Is this an issue only if you installed Steam/Aerofly FS 2 to your c: drive? Mine is installed on my e: drive, and I copy my Geoconvert files to the scenery/images directory there without any problems. I don't install anything in the Documents folder.
If this isn't helpful my apologies. I am easily confused.
I have tried everything possible to no avail.
Thanks for your suggestion though.
I have the same issue as jetjockey10, it doesn't work.
Guys, there might be an issue with the public build in relation to this feature. I tested this and cleared it but it was in a developer build. There appears to be a problem with it.
Please give this some time to get resolved.
No worries, thanks Jeff.
I have the same issue: <[string8][extra_user_folder][E:\aerofly\scenery]>
It has never worked for me
I agree, Aerofly FS2 all the way thanks to Jeff, Jan, Torsten and Marc.
A big thank you to Drhotwing1 and Rodeo, they have been very helpful.
Ok now, I hope you can live with the current situation.
I can duplicate it when I'm in maximum zoom.
I'll monitor it for future custom airports
Thanks mate, this was a good learning experience. I will now attempt to create Australia's major airports TSC files
FYI - I am loving this sim
Please try to click to the name 'Canberra' or to the runway itself,
I suppose we still don't have the airport view.
In this location menu, where the map is displayed, there are no runway numbers shown.
When I click on the runways nothing happens, yet I clicked outside the runway and it works None of the other airports do this, with them I click on the runway and the runway numbers show.
canberra TSC attached (thanks to Rodeo :-))
Man, tough task. Never had this before.
Did you open the TSC with a text editor before storing it into the folder?
If yes, which editor do you use? I suggest notepad++.
If yes, try the original again.