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SHM
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Re: FG best developed airliner

Postby SHM » Sun Oct 08, 2017 6:07 pm

Ok its been a long time since I flew the bus, since Fslabs haven't released the updated version for P3d v4 yet. But when I used to fly I had assigned a button on the joystick which emulates the red button on the thrust levers which disconnects the AT.

Also just pressing the A/THR button on the MCP will disconnect the AT and moving the thrust levers between the CL and idle detent will allow you to control the thrust. Didnt you try that ?

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Re: FG best developed airliner

Postby KL-666 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 7:54 pm

Also tried direct law now. Well, it behaves good as a plane, but it is a cessna. The plane feels very light. I can hardly imagine that it can differ so much from the heaviness of a 737. Also it has too little drag. It hardly slows down at 1000 ft/min desc at idle. Where the 737 slows down fine at 1000 ft/min desc at idle.

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Re: FG best developed airliner

Postby it0uchpods » Sun Oct 08, 2017 8:04 pm

Hi Vincent
The A320s are known to be bad at slowing down.

Regarding the FCS, that is modified because of the FBW, and I am almost done with the separate feel for direct law. When that is done, I would like you to try it.

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