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I was wondering the same thing.
I thought that maybe my DNS queries were not resolving correctly, but if you see the same thing... that doesn't bode well.
This is a problem with Windows itself.
If you are using an Nvidia card, go into the NVidia control panel, enable stereo 3D, exit, then disable Stereo 3D.
No you cannot.
Correct, and if one thinks about it, that makes sense.
"Panorama" airfields are basically 2D photos projected onto the inside of a virtual circle, the center of which is the pilot's view point.
I have the 9-in-1 too, and have used it with various sims.
As I mentioned the Phoenix interface forms the copy protection for the program.
Of those two, Aerofly 7 is better for planes, while Phoenix has some interesting capabilities for Heli flyers.
The 3D airfields are FAR better in Aerofly.
Technically ALL simulators need a computer, be it housed in an Android, or an imbedded device.
There are simulators for consoles as well, but most produce less than satisfactory results, primarily...
The interface provided with Phoenix 4 & 5 forms the copy protection mechanism.
The 9 in 1 acts to defeat that, and as a result does not work with Phoenix 5 due to changes made by the developers to...
Yes as long as you have the Interlink and your serial numbers are registered to you.
The correct answer is that the OP is using a 2D airfield with only one spawn point.
if he chooses a 3D airport he can switch view points.
it has been that way for more than a couple of...
You could try the number here:
However that page does not bode well.
I received this GoPro clone from Hobby King.
It one ups the GoPro while costing about a third or a fourth of the price and even has better contrast, color rendition and scene lighting handling.
Sorry to hear about your loss.
It always hurts to loose a plane.
Maybe a new plane for the now available extra space you have, awaits you?
One possibility is to go to onlinemetals.com and order an aluminum tube cut to size.
You'll need to know the diameter of what you need.
Check out their aluminum guides that will help you decide...
I added about 8oz ( a whole container ) of "Liquid metal" from Deluxe Materials, which is basically tiny lead shot, to the extreme front of the cowl.
The lead shot mixed with epoxy greatly...
The 88" Gilmore is a 50cc plane. A 120cc engine is too much for it.
Why does everyone ONLY re-inforce landing gear by shoring up the attachment plates/area?
The problem is the TORSIONAL force ( e.g. front to back ) and the lever moment around the attachment area....
Here a Stik, there a Stik!
I didn't know your monikker here.
BTW: Your PItts problem kept hounding me for the next day.
It is DEFINITELY very tail heavy. You do not have to do anything with the engine...
There IS quite a variety on what is available with the predefined engines.
You can easily create any engine based upon performance data for a particular engine/motor.
It is quite simple to do....
If you happen to be around a question.
What did you do to affix the provided metal strut hold downs to the wing and the carbanes to the fuse?
It looks like there is a hole in each of the metal...
That MAY be a "new thing" but DLE has historically told everyone to ONLY use LiPo packs with a regulator.
There is also a sweet spot for ignition voltages. As you increase the voltage the duration...
You'll blow the ignition with unregulated LiPo's as the voltage is too high.
Use LiFe packs instead, which require no regulation @ 6.6v
Also you'll want hefty electronics packs. I use 4200mAh...