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  1. Anywhere but the correct forum as well. And still no profile. Got the level of support he/she/it deserves.
  2. As well as remind you this forum is only a supremely useful resource if you use it properly...
  3. Check your Cessna in the saved flight: Either the battery is off or the generator. To create a consistent start for the Katana 4X do the following: 1: Create a new flight from a default airport with the default Cessna. Do NOT allow FSX to launch direct to this flight, but instead choose submit from the menu options to actually launch the sim once you've made the selections 2: When the sim is launched and stabilised with the Cessna on the runway, switch to the Katana. 3: Move the Katana to your departure airport of choice, then make your selections from the Katana menu as to how you want it to start (cold'n'dark, long time parked, engine running, ready to fly etc etc) 4: Save this as the default flight for this aircraft. AI aircraft that have missing parts are usually not DX10 compatible. Either turn off DX 10 or choose replacement AI that are compatible. .
  4. I suspect you are talking about the previous version of the Katana, NOT the Katana 4X version under discussion here. A screenshot from the VC will soon tell us. The 1.4 update has no relevance to the older model.
  5. Snave


    Ferrets about, writes note on back of hand:- `MONDAY`
  6. Sounds like a classic case of anti-virus or UAC persistence.
  7. Snave


    Spread the load. Spread the luuuuuurve...
  8. http://hobbyport.ru/avia/pby_1_catalina.htm http://www.rc-wasserflug.at.tf/
  9. Technically, it's `Bronco` with a capital `B`... Bronco's usually share their homes with rodents. In this case obviously, four...
  10. I'm not staff but the place to start is the Product Page http://en.shop.aeros...anguage=english It's got screenshots and the official video plus the full features list plus the free-to-download manual, as well as a link to the forums.
  11. It's on the HSI. Are you using an ILS actually equipped with a glideslope?
  12. Rebuild the shader cache: Change the line SHADER_CACHE_PRIMED=1693458432 to SHADER_CACHE_PRIMED=169345 (the actual numbers do not matter) then reboot the sim.
  13. Can't see images either, but show contents of FSX .cfg
  14. Which sim? System specs? In-game settings? If you want guesses, I'd say your quadroflange is out of sub-synch with the Keppling configuration and you need to loosen the scrotal foundation by .001 or possibly .002 depending on the leverage ratio. Based on what you've told us so far, that would be my guess.
  15. Also, check you have the reversed control function applied for the pedal brake axes in-sim. I think that also reverses the sense of the sensitivity and null zone adjustments on some setups.
  16. No way i'm downloading that - the World is upside down... Cracking read, Peter.
  17. Thanks for the post. And the update. Adds to the pool of knowledge.
  18. Fewer than 1% of simmers have the setup you describe. Why would you ever think that setups would be designed with this in mind? Learn to adapt your minority system. It's common knowledge and frankly, YOUR responsibility and no-one elses....
  19. Also please provide version information from FSX.exe This is an SP2/Acceleration only aircraft.
  20. Introduce some weather..? Increase the turbulence and gusts will certainly do it.
  21. Interesting tip. Eric. Slightly more worried about Matts usage...
  22. Post content of FSX.cfg file and hardware specs. Anything other than guesswork is impossible without.
  23. Then you don't have Acceleration installed, just the basic FSX. For simple confirmation, please hover mouse over FSX.exe in the FSX folder and read the Version Number- anything other than 10.0.61637.0 the solution is to install Acceleration, which is an addon DVD beyond the basic FSX. If it IS 10.0.61637.0 thn the problem is that you have run a repair installation and forgot to reinstall Acceleration.
  24. In that case I'd strongly suggest a peer review procedure. The quality of the good-intentioned-yet-shabbily-worded-and-scandalously-under-informative reviews littering simulation sites suggests it actually isn't a place for well-meaning yet basically ignorant and grammatically-challenged amateurs. If I were a manufacturer forced to read some of the risible writings of individuals who can barely spell their name much less provide erudite and informed comment that edifies the readership, I'd probably not want a right of reply, I'd want their self-opinionated disinteresting drivel rammed down their throats, preferably after being nailed to a tree. Including the trunk... I'll happily review the reviewers.
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