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Old March 7th 05, 08:09 PM
Ashley Wyatt
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Default Captain Sim 727

I am just getting back to flight simming so haven't read the NG's for ages.
I have just purchased the Legendary 727 from Captain Sim. I think it is a
very fine package but I have a couple of minor problems with it at the
moment....how do you open the cargo doors and the tail door? Can't find this
anywhere.

Also, I can't find how to toggle on the GPS. Is there a switch? For the
present I have mapped Ctrl+Shft+N and that works but not so realistic.


T.I.A.

Ashley Wyatt
Norwich UK


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