where's the tail wheel locker?

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Akira
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where's the tail wheel locker?

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i saw the tail wheel locker in P-47; but i can't find it in FW190 so the take off is hard. is there anyone know that? thanx!

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Re: where's the tail wheel locker?

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Akira wrote:i saw the tail wheel locker in P-47; but i can't find it in FW190 so the take off is hard. is there anyone know that? thanx!
Just use the key or joystick button assignment which you can set using the control assignments menu option.

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yeah i saw the button assignment very carefully but i didn't find it. "Tail hook"? it seems that it's not this button. please tell me ok? thanks!

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look under "All Commands" in the Event Category of Control Assignments. Scroll down to Tail Wheel lock/unlock and you will find it as Shift+G. The rest you know.

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ok thank you!!!! :D :D

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The real Fw 190 tailwheel was self-centering and could be locked by pulling back on the stick.

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justin_g wrote:The real Fw 190 tailwheel was self-centering and could be locked by pulling back on the stick.
Was this system the same as on late P-51B models?

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justin_g wrote:The real Fw 190 tailwheel was self-centering and could be locked by pulling back on the stick.
I thought it was castored/fixed :?:
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justin_g wrote:The real Fw 190 tailwheel was self-centering and could be locked by pulling back on the stick.
so does pulling back on the stick lock it in this sim, or do you have to manually lock/unlock the tailwheel with the hot key?

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Knock, Knock.. Hello? Question....
BM357_TinMan wrote:so does pulling back on the stick lock it in this sim, or do you have to manually lock/unlock the tailwheel with the hot key?
if not, can this be programmed?

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Post Snuffy »

Ummm ya know BM357_Tinman, a little patience goes a long way here.
Your original question was asked on the afternoon of July 3rd 2006.

Your very rude "Knock, Knock" post was posted on July 5th. Ever think that maybe somebody around here might take a vacation on a national holiday?

Also ... rudeness tends to be be ignored by those who might know the answers to your questions.

I recommend a little more tact and politeness on your part would go a long way in getting some of the questions you have answered. I've read three posts on this forum where you have used the same rude "knock, knock" crap.

If you are ignored, I fancy to say it's probably yer own fault.

The other deal is ... if it's doable in FS9 then chances are Shockwave will take advantage of all the bells and whistles. If its not available through FS9 then Shockwave can do nothing about it.

I suggest you read your FS9 information first.
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Post BM357_TinMan »

Mister snuffy dude,

If you are not a developer, then the question and accompanying rudeness was not directed at you and thus your scolding of me is not waranted or needed and you were just as rude to me as you perceive I am to shockwave. I have made 55 posts on these forums and 99.9% have been plenty polite and tactful. I certainly don't need condesinding "tactful lessons" from you, thanks.

Also, FYI, I have asked other questions in the past that have gone unanswered in these forums, or have had one question answered and otheres negelected from the same post.

I have seen other questions answered by devs since I had put forth my questions. You know, I MAYBE should have waited a couple more days, but owing to previous experience, I may have actied a bit rashly.

-edit, ps. I beleive there are only TWO posts that use the rude "Knock Knock"...maybe I'm wrong, I'll go check

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