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In speaking with a local DC-3 pilot he made the comment you can get the tail off the ground before you actually have rudder authority. There is a LOT to think about when flying the "default" DC-3 and as I've dug deeper most of it is correct. It's a two person airplane that you can't fly competently alone after a few hours. It's work, practice, time and knowledge to fly it well. And it's great fun. Reading the actual flight manuals in various forms has really helped my flying. If ATC doesn't ask me to contact ground on a landing roll it's a success for me at this stage.
If you activate the Pilot and Co-Pilot in the tablet, you'll find yourself inside the head of the pilot. The fix is to move your eyepoint forward in the cameras.cfg file.Open the cameras.cfg file (in EACH of the C152 variants) with Notepad and change the eyepoint -From:eyepoint = -4.52, -0.884, 1.4To:eyepoint = -4.25, -0.884, 1.4
Yes, it's easy to do. Move your simobject folder to the other drive and then create a hardlink in the FSX root folder. Installing a new aircraft will be automatic installed on the other drive.
Search Google for create hardlink. there is a programm that helps you to create it easily.
Yes, I thought this was really clever for something so simple. The usual cockpit views don't move very far, but in this plane you can go out on the wings or above or below the fuselage. Makes for some interesting perspectives!