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Flying In FS9 And Ariane Sim

Wed Jun 16, 2010 12:10 pm


I have FS9 and run some of the PMDG sims which I think are very good especially for flying it through the autopilot and MCP but the manual flying is the same for any plane in FS9, it is very very twitchy and very sensitive, is there anything at all that can be done to improve this?. Also anyone know of any good programme for smoothing out the wind effect in FS9?

Has anyone usd any of the 737 Ariane sim add ons? where they any good, very heavy on computer performance?

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RE: Flying In FS9 And Ariane Sim

Wed Jun 16, 2010 11:15 pm

Quoting smartt1982 (Thread starter):
is very very twitchy and very sensitive,

Maybe it has to do with your controls? Did you check the control options in FS? Or by twitchy do you mean a FPS type thing? I never had this type of problem with my payware PSS Dash-8 PMDG 737, RFP 742, DC-9 you name it they always flew much much better then the default planes. Of course not perfect but pretty good.
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