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BM357_TinMan
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Vorn?

Post BM357_TinMan »

Vorn is rear, right?

I'm talking about which tank is which on the selector and fuel gauge.

Also, does anybody know what the FS2k4 hotkey for "nav lights" and fuel tank selector is?

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Post Osram »

"Vorn" is (in) front
"Hinten" is rear.


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ROB - A2A
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Re: Vorn?

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BM357_TinMan wrote: Also, does anybody know what the FS2k4 hotkey for "nav lights" and fuel tank selector is?
There are no key assigmnetns for navigation lights and fuel selectors in FS2004.

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CalicoJack76
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Post CalicoJack76 »

the front end of the plane = vorne
the rear end of the plane = hinten
if you're sitting in the plane = drinnen

if you have any questions about german words ask me. i'm from austria!

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