start from scratch

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Games' started by valo43, Mar 27, 2009.

  1. valo43

    valo43 Guest

    Hi, Can someone please advise how to start flights with aircraft parked and
    engine stopped in FSX?
    Regards
     
    valo43, Mar 27, 2009
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  2. valo43

    Joe Guest

    Start the Engine (Ctrl+E = Engine Autostart)
    Raise throttle
    Pull on the yoke when you're going fast enough.

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    Joe, Mar 30, 2009
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  3. valo43

    Tom Guest

    OK, the real answer.......

    1.Start a flight normally
    2. Taxi to your parking spot of choice
    3. Secure engines (CTRL+SHIFT+F1)
    4. Save flight.

    The next time you want to start in that condition, load the flight you saved
    as above.

    Tom
     
    Tom, Mar 30, 2009
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  4. valo43

    Joe Guest

    Was guessing, never played the game. Probably a copy of the game anyways.
    Doesn't FSX have a manuel or at least a tutorial?
     
    Joe, Mar 31, 2009
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  5. valo43

    valo43 Guest

    Hi Thanks to Tom And Joe for the answers. I just knew I should have re
    phrased the question, I had sorta figured out the throttle, yoke, flight bit
    but as fsx insisted on sticking me on "active runway" with the engine running
    and me thinking "this does not
    happen in real life does it"? I thought I would find out the correct way of
    doing it. Following on from your advice I can now start from "cold and dark"
    by switching switches and pressing buttons in the VC. Starting the Spitfire
    following the procedure in the flight manual provided in this excellent
    package from Flight 1 adds a whole new dimension. Thanks again.
     
    valo43, Apr 5, 2009
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