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What is a good flight sime for new people?

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March 2, 2005 2:58:48 PM

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I dont even know how to take off so what sim (combat is allowed 2)
teaches you
everything orm ore than enough in detail?

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Anonymous
March 2, 2005 10:21:11 PM

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In FS2004, if you don't know how to take off, just get on a runway ready to
start: if the engine is not running press Ctrl + E , then press Y to get
into slew mode, and F4 to rise up, stop the rise by pressing Y again and
then fly.
It is a start and will stop you feeling too frutrated.

To stop, press Ctrl + C.



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Anonymous
March 2, 2005 11:14:17 PM

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People here in this NG will tell you to get MS flightsimulator 2004 (also
known as Century of Flight, or FS9).
This is by far the most used general flightsim. If you are into
fighterplanes IL-2 Sturmovis is often mentioned as the most acurate.

I use fs2004 and like it a lot. You need a not too old computer (2GHz
processor and 512 MB RAM, reasonable videocard) with a joystick or a yoke to
run it. An alternative would be any of the previous versions fs2002
(professional preferable) or fs98. The latter of course gaves a good
framerate with older computers. FS2000 seems to demand too much
computerpower in relation to fs98 and fs2002, though I cannot confirm this
from my own experience.

For a beginner all mentioed sims provide a very good learning experience:
flying lessons included.

Have fun and please come back here if you have any more questions

Gerard
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Anonymous
March 3, 2005 12:20:00 AM

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Or you could just take 5-10 minutes of your time to READ how to do it
properly in the learning center in FS2004. There is always the arcade
down the street if you arent into REALISM and it only costs 25 cents.

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Anonymous
March 3, 2005 1:27:49 AM

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USA124 <USA124@forums.simradar.com> wrote:

> Or you could just take 5-10 minutes of your time to READ how to do it
> properly in the learning center in FS2004. There is always the arcade
> down the street if you arent into REALISM and it only costs 25 cents.

Dude, STFU.

You want to be that rude to someone who legitimately came here looking for
help after you yourself continue to spam this group with your "Virtual
Airlines help wanted" posts?

Fool.

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March 3, 2005 7:06:41 AM

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USA124 wrote:

> Or you could just take 5-10 minutes of your time to READ how to do it
> properly in the learning center in FS2004. There is always the arcade
> down the street if you arent into REALISM and it only costs 25 cents.
>
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And who the hell are you???

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March 3, 2005 2:06:03 PM

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Sir if i see you in real life im going to shito n your face and shove
it down your throat (forcefully<=== yes) and its gonna smell in yo
stomach then ill piss on yo like R Kelly

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Anonymous
March 3, 2005 3:25:50 PM

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22362849 <22362849@forums.simradar.com> wrote:

> Sir if i see you in real life im going to shito n your face and shove
> it down your throat (forcefully<=== yes) and its gonna smell in yo
> stomach then ill piss on yo like R Kelly

Looks like AOL'ers have found a new home on Simradar.

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Anonymous
March 3, 2005 4:39:09 PM

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"USA124" <USA124@forums.simradar.com> wrote in message
news:1109819970.16346@forums.simradar.com...
> Or you could just take 5-10 minutes of your time to READ how to do it
> properly in the learning center in FS2004. There is always the arcade
> down the street if you arent into REALISM and it only costs 25 cents.

Realism? I have to say, that is a relative assessment. But it does have
pretty graphics.

Mike
March 4, 2005 12:09:53 AM

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"22362849"
> Sir if i see you in real life im going to shito n your face and shove
> it down your throat (forcefully<=== yes) and its gonna smell in yo
> stomach then ill piss on yo like R Kelly

Hey, at least he the good manners to refer to him as "Sir"....

Moron.

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