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01-01-2002, 04:58 PM
I have noticed now that I have the Ch Products USB Flight Yoke, the Baron 58 handling is appauling,
Jeff S KDTW
01-01-2002, 05:39 PM
Get Steve Small's improved dynamics.
Mine works great.
01-02-2002, 04:58 AM
Thanks Jeff, but where do I get it from??:-jumpy
01-02-2002, 08:34 AM
Search this forum. I've posted the site address several times in the last couple of weeks.
01-02-2002, 09:03 AM
Comeon Simon, why do you have to be so cold all the time...
It just a simple adress by copy&paste....it's not any big deal...
Here they are Adam.
01-02-2002, 12:52 PM
Thanks very ,much Georgi, thats helped a lot!!!!!!!!!
01-02-2002, 01:35 PM
Look Georgi, first of all I wasn't being cold, I was being helpful.
And necessarily brief.
I was not in front of my normal DSL'd machine and did not have the time to languish about on a dialup modem where somebody else (a pensioner) is paying the bill finding the solution for someone too lazy to look it up for themselves.
You, once again, were not in possession of all the pertinent facts when you made your snotty, snide remark and I'd be grateful if you would withdraw it and apologise... I have no desire to fall out with you but you REALLY seem to want a confrontation...
Rather than launch into a tirade about how search functions are a wonderful thing (Google turns up the FSD site on a `Commander 115` search, for example), I chose to be helpful in a way that is actually better for the individual concerned - teach them how to help themselves.
If you fly a plane you are the pilot in command. Your decisions save or cost lives, often not only your own. The same thing applies if you drive a car or even ride a bicycle.
I teach people to ride motorcycles. Motorcycles do not have dual controls. If you fail to control the motorcycle correctly you will injure or kill yourself, and possibly others. It WILL be your fault, no matter who you care to blame.
You may choose to live in a society where personal responsibilty and culpability is a thing of the past but don't try and drag the rest of the world down to your level.
I say: "Think for yourselves - and don't rely on others to do it for you. That way gets you poor, or killed..."
01-02-2002, 05:13 PM
LAST EDITED ON Jan-02-02 AT 04:14PM (EDT)[p]Hm...never thought about it so deep...
That's really good point, and I owe you apology here.
Whenever I see simple question I just answer them right away without thinking, but you made really good point here.
Now I undertand you that you aren't any mean, but you're trying te help people in other way,
by teaching them to help themself, which I think It's really good, because these days,
there are tooooooo many simple question that have been answered 100s times,
and you can even see same question on same 1st page, with different author.
I'm sorry for the post I made above.
01-03-2002, 07:50 AM
No problem mate. As I posted recently in another thread, how do people think these problems get solved in the first place? Yep, SOMEONE has to find out the answer. If we all sat around waiting for someone else to do it, then no-one would do it...
We are lucky to have in this forum a serious group of researchers and investigators and the luxury of a direct link to a site which contains much of the accumulated wisdom accrued since the release of FS2002. That resource is flagged at the top and bottom of every single thread, yet still we have people asking questions that have been asked before, a thousand times.
Then we have posts such as this, which a simple search on my name, Baron, or Baron 58 would have turned up the answer in a few seconds. So I HAD given the answer to the individual, but they had to work for it, if only a little. That experience might just stand them in good stead for the next time, or for life in general.
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