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    Default Rare French aircraft at Restauravia

    http://restauravia.fr/html/creations_fs2004.html


    This site has rare French a/c from many eras...Worth a look.

    Nick

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    Thanks. I had the Norecrin and Emeraude years ago but long forgotten where I'd found them.

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    Wow...thanks. Yummy aircraft indeed ;-)

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    Great aircraft! I D/L the Potez 62 and 620 but found these two wonderfully modeled planes almost uncontrollable with force feed back on. All others were fine. Anyone find this situation?

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    I downloaded those two as well, I always edit the cfg before I put any aircraft in the sim, and funny enough that is one of the things I take out.
    I put mine in FSX and they fly great, I also changed the panel and sound too.

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    Odd, I did try to remove the FF section to see what would happen, but the control problem remained. Did you change anything else in the Acft CFG that I might try?

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    Can you control other aircraft you have installed or is it just this one?
    I used to have that with lots of aircraft, it got me that way I turned to doing AI and hardly ever flew.
    My granson came one day and he is a simmer too, I was telling him about how bad a flyer I was, he got on the PC and straight away he said, "It's you joystick, it needs calibrating but also it need to be a lot stiffer."
    He tweaked it and sure enough it made a lot of difference, for example:
    When I was lined up on the runway every aircraft before used to veer off and the slightest movement to bring them back sent them wildly the other way and most time I aborted the take off to try again.
    Now the aircraft stay one line and if some do veer slightly I hardly need to touch the joystick, the slightest twitch puts then in line again, same for flying they react a lot better.
    That has changed my flying, I now fly nearly all the time and hardly bother with my AI anymore, I'm doing better landings as well, obviously with practise I got better but now I'm enjoying the sim a lot more.

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    Thanks ColR1948, but no, just the Potez has this problem all others are fine. The 62 starts takeoff run normally but right after lift off the stick starts to bang hard left and right so much control is not possible.

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    The have FS9 and FSX versions of most of the models. Might make a difference?
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    Yes I am using mine in FSX, I forgot, I more than liely downloaded the FSX version.

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