I see posts that this doesn’t work or that’s wrong and I just wanted to give some real world experience.
When you get to a level of Fidelity like Falcon 4.33 is, you have to treat it like in the real world to get the most out of it and to keep the frustration to a minimum. In the real world an aircraft course takes about three months from the ground school, fix based trainer, simulator to operational flying. I was previously on an aircraft for seven years then I changed aircraft for five years and came back to the airplane I flew for seven and I had to repeat the whole course again, the full three months. This way you get all the updates and changes and aren’t trying to learn on the fly or saying “why isn’t it doing what I told it, stupid plane”
I know because it’s a simulator on somebody’s computer you feel like you want to get in there as quick as possible and you can because there is no structure and it all has to be your own self discipline. I’m not saying you can’t or shouldn’t, but before you say something derogatory about it you should try to find an answer whether it be in the manuals tab as soon as you launch Falcon or in the Docs folder within the Falcon directory. If you read that you are doing it the way the manual says and it’s still not working then post about it.
The easy way is to just post to the forums. We’re lucky in that there are forums and YouTube tutorials now which can accelerate the learning process which are awesome. When I got Falcon 3 when it first came out, you only had the manual to get the answers and surprisingly it worked.
This post is not made to offend anyone just to give food for thought. The Devs put a huge amount of effort to give you the knowledge, the greatest accolades would be to take avantage of that work.
Last I want to thank the Devs that volunteer the countless hours to bring us the continuation of Falcon without whom most would be saying “remember Falcon, that was a great game in the day”:bowd::bowd: