finding the null zone

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finding the null zone

Postby snoupi » Mon Dec 29, 2003 6:24 am

hello from france !
and sorry for my poor english...

i've just discover your site and your software...

i've donwloaded it for testing

1rst, thanks to made a realistic driving of force feedback sensations !
FS developers seems never found it :)

i have just one question or opinion :
in real life , pilots try to adjust the trim weel for find the "null zone"
this zone is the exact postition to stop having pressure (push) on stick when airplane take velocity.

when you modify the trim control (in fs2004), the pressure will not decrease.. only the pitch angle..


i hope in future your software will add this fonctionality, because this is the main realistic sensation when you fly : speed sensation in stick and cramps pain in hand when you never trim your airplaine (especialy when you go down )


maybe i forget one parameter and you had already think about that ?

thanks an good luck for the following

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Postby RussDirks » Mon Dec 29, 2003 6:43 am

hope in future your software will add this fonctionality, because this is the main realistic sensation when you fly : speed sensation in stick and cramps pain in hand when you never trim your airplaine (especialy when you go down )


It already does have this functionality. In fact this is the very reason I wrote FS Force in the first place. If you're not experiencing this, the most likely reason is you still have the original default MSFS trim commands in place. Make sure you follow the steps in "Getting Started" to delete the MSFS trim commands.

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Postby snoupi » Mon Dec 29, 2003 3:19 pm

thanks !


when you do the things in proper order (read the documentation first)
everything works better ! :oops:

now, i can start to make my cockpit !!!
( i waited realistics forces to begin )

the second step is : witch is stick maximum size to continue to have realistic feedback ....

longer the stick, more power motors you need..
nobody try to remplace the factory motors by anothers ?


i said that, because in france, majority trainning airplanes have a stick in place of weel


And finnaly, purchase can be available via Paypal system in future ?


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