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    PILOT LOCATION AF5.5

    MIke is there any way to create & save a new location for the pilot/plane and save this position as a starting position for a repeat flight? I know there are different positions for fields with the yellow balloons is this correct? I have a friend trying to establish a new position on the Muncie field, a position they actually fly from....thanks.

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    RE: PILOT LOCATION AF5.5

    Great question. Let's hope there is a way.
    I'm still struggling with holding my line parallel to the edge of the runway. This is critical for practicing sequences for IMAC and F3A pattern. I've got the Spark F3A plane flying as close to real as I think it needs to be.
    Is there anuy plans to have an in air grid to aid in symetry? Thanks, Mike Mueller
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    RE: PILOT LOCATION AF5.5

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    RE: PILOT LOCATION AF5.5

    Every landscape offers various start positions for the models. In 4D landscape additional positions are possible for the viewer. Use the "V" and "B" keys to switch to these different positions. If you have found a suitable position, press the space bar to continually restart the model from this position.

    In order to achieve the different viewer positions in the multi-pano sceneries, press the Page Up/Page Down keys. The "V" and "B" keys are only for switching between the different model positions.
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    RE: PILOT LOCATION AF5.5

    Thanks Mike i understand and i would call theses "canned" positions so i guess i'm asking if there is anyway to set a repeatable, custom position without having to alter the internal software somehow? I know when guys create new scenery for example they can write the pilots position into it but is it possible to do something like this using the current parameters within the existing, current package as it stands now?

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    RE: PILOT LOCATION AF5.5

    I'm afraid it's not possible to assign a custom position at the moment but I will provide a feedback to the developers on this topic.
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    RE: PILOT LOCATION AF5.5

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