Search:

Type: Posts; User: lnuss

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.07 seconds.

  1. Replies
    8
    Views
    3,878

    Thanks -- I've had my share of headaches with...

    Thanks -- I've had my share of headaches with modifying ORBX stuff. While it usually can be done, it took a lot of research and trial-and-error before I succeeded.
  2. Replies
    8
    Views
    3,878

    You might possibly use ADE to put exclusion areas...

    You might possibly use ADE to put exclusion areas for the windmills, but it would take considerable care to be sure you don't remove something you don't want removed. Another complication is that...
  3. Replies
    32
    Views
    9,860

    And thanks for getting back to us with your...

    And thanks for getting back to us with your solution -- it's likely to help others too.
  4. Replies
    10
    Views
    2,359

    In the U.S. the speed limit is normally 250 kts...

    In the U.S. the speed limit is normally 250 kts indicated (KIAS) below 10,000 MSL. Other countries differ.

    FAR 91.117 says:


    (a) Unless otherwise authorized by the Administrator, no person may...
  5. Replies
    10
    Views
    2,359

    Not a straight addition, for sure, but it is...

    Not a straight addition, for sure, but it is proportional, and trigonometry can provide the amount added (thus the birth of early flight computers, that is, something like the E6B and earlier) by...
  6. Replies
    10
    Views
    2,359

    I'd like to add that the "measured air speed" is...

    I'd like to add that the "measured air speed" is normally termed Indicated AirSpeed, or IAS. While your description is right, it sometimes is easier to picture if you say that the airspeed indicator...
  7. Replies
    32
    Views
    9,860

    Well, with the other specs you mentioned, your...

    Well, with the other specs you mentioned, your system is adequate many times over, so it has to be something in the installation -- hope your latest try cures it.
  8. Replies
    32
    Views
    9,860

    OK, it appears you have a decent disk layout, and...

    OK, it appears you have a decent disk layout, and with 65 GB of paging space your virtual, in and of itself, isn't a problem. Since 4.8GB is when you hit the OOM, it might be virtual memory allocated...
  9. Replies
    32
    Views
    9,860

    I agree with Tim, it's likely disk space. The...

    I agree with Tim, it's likely disk space. The "virtual memory" that lets you use a LOT more memory than you have RAM needs a lot of empty disk space -- 20% free space on the disk (if it's large) is...
  10. Thread: Moving FSX

    by lnuss
    Replies
    5
    Views
    3,674

    Not difficult, assuming your D: drive is online,...

    Not difficult, assuming your D: drive is online, but it will take a while to copy, depending on how many add-ons and other things.

    HOWEVER, this leaves a loose end: The registry. So unless the D:...
  11. Replies
    5
    Views
    1,265

    I hope that's MPH, not KPH, else you're down...

    I hope that's MPH, not KPH, else you're down below stall speed.

    Neil gave excellent advice about sloping runways -- they cause many (real life) problems for unwary pilots, with the solution being...
  12. You did it well -- thanks.

    You did it well -- thanks.
  13. Neat. Nicely done. I don't know how many times...

    Neat. Nicely done. I don't know how many times over the years the question has been asked about how to use the CS prop, but this answers that very nicely -- thanks.

    I thought I'd add one item...
  14. Replies
    15
    Views
    14,891

    It would be interesting how you know that --...

    It would be interesting how you know that -- perhaps you have sources we don't know about?.? The forums are not necessarily an indicator, though they sometimes reflect how much trouble people are...
  15. Replies
    18
    Views
    11,809

    True enough for published "demonstrated"...

    True enough for published "demonstrated" crosswinds, except for many old aircraft (J-3, Cessna 180*, many others), and best practice would normally make it prudent to observe those as a MAX, though...
  16. Replies
    2
    Views
    5,018

    Locator? Are you referring to the localizer? The...

    Locator? Are you referring to the localizer? The horizontal portion of the ILS? 111.55 is the freq for runway 09, or landing to the east. Were you trying to land on runway 27 (westbound)? Approaching...
  17. Another well done video. Simmers, it covers a lot...

    Another well done video. Simmers, it covers a lot of stuff you'd never think of.
  18. Another nice one.

    Another nice one.
  19. Replies
    11
    Views
    2,412

    thecorporatepilotdad is producing some excellent...

    thecorporatepilotdad is producing some excellent videos about flying, and has just released his second that directly addresses flight training. As a former CFII myself, I think this is a great...
  20. Replies
    3
    Views
    655

    Why "notorious"? Like any aircraft, it needs to...

    Why "notorious"? Like any aircraft, it needs to be operated properly, and its limitations/performance/etc. are a bit different than many others, but why such a provocative adjective?
  21. Thread: New but old

    by lnuss
    Replies
    5
    Views
    4,074

    In addition to what MAD1 says, here's another...

    In addition to what MAD1 says, here's another tip: All too many folks have problems with the landing because they try to land the airplane. I know that sounds strange, but when you are nearly down to...
  22. Replies
    3
    Views
    3,778

    Your English is just fine. If you look in the...

    Your English is just fine. If you look in the blue area at the top of the page, there is a line that shows HOME, ARTICLES, FILE LIBRARY and so forth. Just below that is a smaller line that shows NEW...
  23. Replies
    2
    Views
    5,540

    If it's the same one I had back then it was...

    If it's the same one I had back then it was pretty good for its day. You probably had set your expectations too high for a 19 year old scenery.
  24. Replies
    18
    Views
    11,809

    We, unfortunately, have something similar happen...

    We, unfortunately, have something similar happen all too often around the Rockies, and it's usually not that the pilot gets caught with no warning, more that he pushes on anyway, often encountering...
  25. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,146

    I used my coat to cover the whole panel before...

    I used my coat to cover the whole panel before solo -- at first it would be in the practice area, having them hold a certain airspeed (in slow flight), then change it, all while maneuvering or adding...
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4