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    AF5.5 on a MAC. Physics question

    Anyone using the AF5.5 on a Mac? Is there a way to "settle down" the planes and helicopters like you can in RealFlight? In RF, you can go in and reduce the physics from 100% to sort of slow things down. My helicopter models are flying well on the sim, but a bit too squirrely for me. I'd like to slow things down a bit.

    Any suggestions will be appreciated. I can't find any reference to this in the manual.

    Ford Scott Rollo

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    Jun 2002
    Missouri City, TX

    RE: AF5.5 on a MAC. Physics question

    There are a few options here:

    1) Go to settings and lower the simulation speed
    2) Use expo in your radio or in AF5
    3) Go to aircraft edit mode and lower the servo speed
    Mike Marks
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