1.Follow the description of the problem, of course no autostart ok ?
Also, to confirm, do you have 1.2 patch installed ?
Caldemeyn, I produced the official videos for the Spitfire and P-40. I am quite aware of the 1.2 patch and have it installed, and have since before the product was available to public. Following standard starting procedures, I am not having issues starting in cold weather, as long as it isn't so cold that the oil is a block of ice.
2.Like said, not enough hands to operate is not an issue, if one will use the buttons ON THE STICK or keyboard, if it was needed to use both hands to start the engine, then make people use them, don't dumb down the simulation, the same would apply to the gear handle, but that is not a disscused issue here.
You are free to your opinion, and I am free to mine. Obviously we do not agree here, but that does not necessarily mean that either of our opinions are greater than the other. I do however think that what you are arguing is simply subjective in nature and does not in any way ruin the simulation or it's fidelity. I will not discuss it further.
3.What is there to understand more ? the kind of trim, used in a spitfire wouldn't give me such a turning performance in the first place, there would be no change in turning radius, could be even worse in some cases (drag from trim tabs), thats what i meant all along, the wings not ripping off are not a problem, becouse if the trim would be modelled like it should, there wouldn't be an over g scenario, how i know, that realair made it ? becouse i have their package, the plane normally stalls, isn't turning tighter, turns normally.
In your video you perform a very high G accelerated stall, one that as previously mentioned would likely result in a departure of flight and/or rip off your wings. I can also pull a 135 turn to the right in an F-15 going 900 MPH and yank my aircraft to 10+ Gs and probably put myself to sleep from GLOC or cause the stores on the aircraft to buckle or malfunction, etc. Is it realistic? *shrugs*
And who says it is unrealistic? The fact you own the RealAir plane, with it's different center of gravity, changes in control surface design and weight which are all induced from them being later mark Spitfires? I have the RealAir package too, and it is a good simulation of the mature Spitfires which were produced later in the war. What you are calling a tighter turn radius is actually a departure of flight in many ways, similar to an accelerated stall. Trim is can sometimes be used on some of these older aircraft to get themselves out of a dive when compressability is induced. I still fail to see how what you did is unrealistic or is an issue, because the aircraft performed an accelerated stall, departed from flight and was uncontrollable. What you are suggesting is that A2A reduce the sensitivity (possibly unrealistically) so that it does not add to the overall elevator effectiveness on the aircraft, and you are comparing it to a MUCH different aircraft and developer in doing so.
I'll say it again. I STILL
do not see an issue here and "I"
believe the problem is suffered between the back of your chair and your computer screen.
To add, im not the one who should be reporting these in the first place, it is a job of the beta team, but well, i found in an hour of flying, what they didn't, so reported it.
I find this VERY disingenuous.
4.Why should i start discussing it, if i wil get an ansfer ''You shouldn't do this or that" it will be a "Never ending story", but if you will, it regards a situations, where the speed is close to zero, and the plane is rotating fast, sometimes, but mostly not, the plane would shift a little from a place to place, not really a problem, thats why not called a bug, just some more tinkering would be enough, i guess FSX doesn't like close to 0 speed aggresive manuevers.
When the aircraft is at zero speed it is not flying. Of course it will do some crazy stuff. I'm still not sure however what you mean by this. Are you discussing a spin? Are you talking about a hammerhead style stall or maneuver? What is your reference how the plane should fly? I'm having a hard time understand what your flight profile looks like and what results you are seeing that you feel are unrealistic. Perhaps it is a language barrier issue.
Then better not report bugs, let them be, until someone else finds them, and THEN they will be repaired, i see that bugs are not a problem, but more, the person, who reports them,
The problem Caldemeyn isn't necessarily what you are saying, but how you are going about saying it. Saying things like "it is a job of the beta team, but well, i found in an hour of flying, what they didn't, so reported it
" gives your way of reporting these questionable or subjective issues significantly less credit. You attract more bees with honey than vinegar. I'm not speaking for A2A on this matter, but your tone and constant drum beat on these topics has kept me from responding to them. How do you expect members like Darryl or Dudley to react to that?
i don't think you even bothered to check for example this start problem as described, even 2 posts later, saying "I don't have a problem with that" well, you will have it, all that needs to be done is to set low temperature prior to loading the scenario.
I have tried it. I found no problems with starting under normal conditions. In those atypical conditions, the aircraft performed atypically. Under extreme conditions, such as -50 or lower temperatures, the aircraft performs poorly when starting... and so did all three of the vehicles I owned when I lived in Alaska, and why we would plug in engine block heaters, oil pan heaters and battery blankets on all of our vehicles in order to operate in such cold conditions. The viscosity of the oil is so thick, as well as the the various parts of the engine so cold, that she simply does NOT want to start.
Also, i don't want A2A to build things, that are not existent in a real one, that why these are called "bugs" not "Orange county choppers" tuning.
I dare you to find a Spitfire pilot that performed the maneuver you did in your video who is still alive. I also dare you to ask people who have run engines in such cold temperatures what their opinion is. Well, I never ripped the wings off a Spitfire, but I lived in Fairbanks for several years, and I can assure you that starting a cold engine in such poor weather and temperatures IS VERY HARD.
I think it's more a case of you bought a motorcycle from A2A and now want to turn it into a chopper to meet your expectations of how the plane should fly, versus how they were actually flown. I do not see them as realistic expectations, "at all."