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Daube
27 Jul 2020, 03:00
Forum: Pilot's Lounge
Topic: Yet another topic about MSFS2020
Replies: 61
Views: 3178

Re: Yet another topic about MSFS2020

It's not a bad thing in that we can take a fresh look at the world and decide the airplanes we want to make. Sure it's not a bad thing, and I'm really happy for you guys. I just hope that maybe in future you might also decide the airplanes that WE want you to make. "We" as the early customers. Thos...
Daube
24 Jul 2020, 15:37
Forum: Pilot's Lounge
Topic: Yet another topic about MSFS2020
Replies: 61
Views: 3178

Re: Yet another topic about MSFS2020

So don't expect quantity from us, but do expect quality. It's conceivable we will never make an aircraft for FS2020 that we've already made for Prepar3D and instead see two airplanes per year moving forward, all brand new. Sorry for the dumb question, but I would need a small clarification just to ...
Daube
22 Jun 2019, 15:22
Forum: Pilot's Lounge
Topic: Should A2A create an Official Military Trainer line of aircraft with a different focus than our traditional airplanes?
Replies: 112
Views: 56113

Re: Should A2A create an Official Military Trainer line of aircraft with a different focus than our traditional airplane

Scott - A2A wrote:
22 Jun 2019, 08:59
But as for the T-6a and T-38, you can firewall it without consequence.
I wouldn't call that an A2A plane then.
Daube
21 Jun 2019, 07:51
Forum: Pilot's Lounge
Topic: Should A2A create an Official Military Trainer line of aircraft with a different focus than our traditional airplanes?
Replies: 112
Views: 56113

Re: Should A2A create an Official Military Trainer line of aircraft with a different focus than our traditional airplane

OK let's try this again, as I don't think my wording of the original question was accurate. Let me explain to you what we have done for the T-6a and the T-38a. I put both aircraft through a rigorous Accu-Sim flight test. However, instead of bringing it to our normal flight standard, which is higher...
Daube
19 Jun 2019, 11:01
Forum: Pilot's Lounge
Topic: Should A2A release official trainers even if not "complete" by our standard?
Replies: 75
Views: 4099

Re: Should A2A release official trainers even if not "complete" by our standard?

Depends on what "incomplete" means. If it misses just some feature like the preflight checks (that we didn't get in the warbirds anyways for example), that would be fine. If it misses the complete "Accusim" part, then it would just be a completely useless product to my eyes. You may release it as 'A...
Daube
18 Dec 2018, 19:05
Forum: B-17 Flying Fortress
Topic: B-17G P3D V4???
Replies: 39
Views: 12068

Re: B-17G P3D V4???

Don't worry no one has to buy anything again, you don't have to re-buy an FSX simulation to get another platforms version of the software . Not being worked on atm but we do hope to release a B-17 simulation for P3D in the future. thanks, Lewis - A2A Hmm I'm not sure I understand that part properly...
Daube
04 Dec 2018, 03:51
Forum: P-51 Tech Support
Topic: Lights not working (Happened twice)
Replies: 10
Views: 1100

Re: Lights not working (Happened twice)

You said you had just finished taxiing. I imagine your battery was simply empty by that time. If I remember correctly, the generator on the Mustang does not give any power until the engine goes above 1.500 RPM, which is very unlikely during taxi. That being said, connecting the GPU should have solve...
Daube
10 Nov 2018, 11:42
Forum: B-17 Flying Fortress
Topic: Low RPM after engine start
Replies: 9
Views: 1129

Re: Low RPM after engine start

I think Alan found the origin of the problem.
You engine is probably suffering from carburetor icing. To prevent that, you have to set your turbo setting (the big rotating button) to a high value.
Daube
10 Nov 2018, 04:12
Forum: Spitfire MkI/II Tech Support
Topic: Spitfire jumps forward on engine startup on P3Dv4.3
Replies: 39
Views: 5332

Re: Spitfire jumps forward on engine startup on P3Dv4.3

Ah this is great news. Thanks a lot for your support! :)
Daube
09 Nov 2018, 18:34
Forum: Spitfire MkI/II Tech Support
Topic: Spitfire jumps forward on engine startup on P3Dv4.3
Replies: 39
Views: 5332

Re: Spitfire jumps forward on engine startup on P3Dv4.3

If I set the parking brakes, the aircraft sometimes tips over and breaks the prop. That's why I started to always set parking brakes to OFF before starting the engine. In a multiplayer flight, it's better to move a bit forward than having to repair the plane (behavior is sometimes a bit messy when t...
Daube
08 Nov 2018, 15:45
Forum: Spitfire MkI/II Tech Support
Topic: Spitfire jumps forward on engine startup on P3Dv4.3
Replies: 39
Views: 5332

Re: Spitfire jumps forward on engine startup on P3Dv4.3

Lewis - A2A wrote:Okie dokie,

so you are shutting down, not closing the sim or reloading and just starting it up again right?
Yes exactly :)
Just trying to get exact procedure you are doing to try and re-produce on one of my systems here.

thanks,
Lewis - A2A
Thank you Lewis, sorry for the trouble.
Daube
08 Nov 2018, 09:34
Forum: Spitfire MkI/II Tech Support
Topic: Spitfire jumps forward on engine startup on P3Dv4.3
Replies: 39
Views: 5332

Re: Spitfire jumps forward on engine startup on P3Dv4.3

No, I don't reload the aircraft, I don't even touch any of the 2D panels. I just go right through the steps I described earlier in this topic. Start is done manually everytime. I never use the autostart. Auto C&D is set to ON, though. To perform the steps, I used only the mouse. Joystick was unplugg...
Daube
08 Nov 2018, 04:09
Forum: Spitfire MkI/II Tech Support
Topic: Spitfire jumps forward on engine startup on P3Dv4.3
Replies: 39
Views: 5332

Re: Spitfire jumps forward on engine startup on P3Dv4.3

Okay, thanks for the info Daube. When I next get some spare time, I'll try these steps and see if I can reproduce the issue. Not sure why you say using the slow running cut-off is "just a workaround" though? After all, it's there specifically to shut the engine down. You really shouldn't be killing...
Daube
06 Nov 2018, 18:27
Forum: Spitfire MkI/II Tech Support
Topic: Spitfire jumps forward on engine startup on P3Dv4.3
Replies: 39
Views: 5332

Re: Spitfire jumps forward on engine startup on P3Dv4.3

I just did the test, by unplugging my controller and trying the same sequences of start-kill-restart. The problem occured again. This time however, I could identify the logic of the event. Basically, if I kill the engine with the slow-running cutoff switch, the plane doesn't jump on next start. But ...
Daube
06 Nov 2018, 17:57
Forum: Spitfire MkI/II Tech Support
Topic: Spitfire jumps forward on engine startup on P3Dv4.3
Replies: 39
Views: 5332

Re: Spitfire jumps forward on engine startup on P3Dv4.3

I will try with the joystick unplugged. But don't you think it's strange that three people suffer from the exact same problem ? (Other two have a X-52, if I'm not mistaken). If the sim would detect my throttle at fully open position during the second startup, wouldn't it move the throttle lever to 1...

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