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Old December 31st 03, 01:58 PM
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OK I have now found the edit facility and it seems pretty good. I am
beginning to realise that there is more to this utility than I previously
thought. It probably has quite a learning curve. I understand now how you
can affect the forces on the joystick, and it is getting quite interesting.

I still cannot quite make out why my RealAir Cessna has lost its flight
characteristics though.

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Old December 31st 03, 05:23 PM
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On Wed, 31 Dec 2003 13:58:58 +0000, Quilljar wrote:

I still cannot quite make out why my RealAir Cessna has lost its flight
characteristics though.

Speaking of flight characteristics. I just flew an online flight with an
Embraer 120ER and a couple of times in the flight, the autopilot sent me
into a very steep climb which I had to recover from manually and then
re-engage the autopilot. This didn't happen before in this aircraft. The
next time I fly it will be with fsforce un-installed to see if it makes a


Old January 1st 04, 04:17 PM
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On Wed, 31 Dec 2003 14:35:34 -0800, Garraty

I am not being paid for this! I am posting this because I have been
reading all the posts about how poorly force feedback sticks perform.

No, but I bet posting this was part of the requirement of being a beta
tester and getting a free copy, huh? $45.00 CAD for that? Take a hike.

You couldn't be farther from the truth.

I spent all that money for my M$ FF2 and was very disappointed in it.
After using FS Force for 1 day I knew this was the way FF was supposed
to work. Besides, you're the one saying beta testers got it for free
not me. The beta testing was very very quick and easy. Russ had FSF
working great right from day #1. There were a few small items to clear
up nothing even close to be major. Russ's 1st beta is what M$ calls a
gold release candidate! :-)
Old January 1st 04, 08:26 PM
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On Thu, 01 Jan 2004 11:02:29 -0800, Pinky wrote:

still stand by my comment of "take a hike". He is asking way too much
for such a small item. I can buy games that took 40 man years to
complete for less than that. I can't stand shysters.

Well I guess you exercised your democratic right to not buy it.

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