Yeah; I've Fs2002 and still havent uploaded it yet, having too much fun in goodold Fs98. I'm learning all the time and with guys like you around to answer thestupider questions which pop up and when the internet is too daunting a place
to try to find some of the answers, then it is all worth while to be able to
come here and get the answers without a lot of B/S and stuff. You guys are the
old hands and have passed along alot of tips and hints which make it fun for
new comers like me. A Big Thanks.
I've been having a funny thing happen to me while flying a couple of B
757-200's using A/P and FSNav 4.0. I have given up landing using ILS and just
let the F/P put me in the groove to land at my chosen runway I have found usingthe ILS approach and landing by it and the A/P in a great deal of the scenery Ihave downloaded the ILS isn't very accurate and is off centre so I use the VFR
approach which works just great. Now too the problem I'm encountering with
these 2 planes. On final the nose of the darn plane always pitches up too much
and because I am using the A/P and FSNav f/p I cant keep the trim down, is it aAAAaaaaawwwwwwwww shucks Robin(blushin...sorta anyway) We try hardquerk of the 757 to land nose high? Takeing off isnt a problem I use the F/P
but dont engage the A/P until I have positive climb etc. So what the heck is
going on here ( design problem possibley)? Advice greatly appreciated.
anyway. As for your pitch up problem....well it is in the air file and if
memory(here we go) serves me right(this is a 50/50 bet at best) the trim
setting is the one that controls this. If you use FDE it will say trim pitch
setting. Adjusting this(very carefully and keepin the backup) should get your
buses to fly right.