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Hi

 

This is where my FS9 realism settings are,

 

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Hopefully yours should be there as well;)

 

Cheers

 


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HPR7,

 

Thanks mate...Found it--thanks for your help. I could never imagine it would be in the "Create a Flight" menu!!!

 

Cheers

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It is NOT. It is in 'Settings'. Look in the lower right corner: 'Realism' and 'Weather'. And if you THINK that it works ...It does NOT work as advertised. Hard is the same as Medium and Medium is the same as Easy. Why? M$ never developed it. It is a BOGUS setting. Set it to MEDIUM and leave it there. Done. Go fly.

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Hi Asos,

 

Thanks mate...Found it--thanks for your help. I could never imagine it would be in the "Create a Flight" menu!!!

 

Cheers

 

Doesn't matter where you found it, the main thing is you found it, enjoy

and stay safe,:)

 

Cheers

 


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My question is: WHAT CAN YOU POSSIBLY EXPECT TO ATTAIN by changing the realism settings when you are already flying? As it is, the 'Realism' effect (IF ANY), was never truly developed by MS and that alone would not ADD anything to your flying 'experience'. Recommended setting: MEDIUM ... AND LEAVE IT THERE. Hard and Easy 'settings' are BOGUS (no effect) so why pretend. Get real.

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It is better to tell somebody the TRUTH than to pretend about UTILIZING something that is pure FICTION. It's called horse sense. Has nothing to do with how smart you are. Although some of us are more smart that others.

 

Perhaps you would like to SHOW US the flight analsys data of a flight on 'EASY' compared to a flight on 'HARD' realism setting? (Pssst: They would be the SAME as flight on MEDIUM realism settings, but that would have to be a guess as I ain't a flight engineer like you). But do show me the data if you got it.

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Well I imagine you (like others that don't know) would tell him to 'Try it and see what happens - let us know how it went'. Never mind that 'Realism' slider does NOTHING. Some people's objetive is to give irrelevent advice, and are, in effect, just 'pretending' that it's relevent. Pointless. But, after all it's a simulator and not real, so what's the harm? Right? Wrong! I don't care if you don't LIKE it (the truth).

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