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  1. Brilliant! So much better than before. Many thanks.
  2. Very nice skins, Rapt. Thanks for sharing!
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    If it's like the RoF one, a spring centred stick will put in quite a lot of up elevator at neutral because the real a/c had a lot more back-stick travel than forward-stick travel. Have a look in external view with it on the ground. I suspect the elevators will be up quite a bit when hands off. For RoF I ended up using an FFB stick as the only way to get round the problem before they added the tuneable response curves.
  4. Love the Thunderbolts, Pips! Many thanks for sharing.
  5. My Dora really wants to roll to the left unless it's at very low throttle - is there some trim function I'm missing?
  6. You have to stop it to change the default zoom and head position, saving with F10 before restarting TIR. Once you have saved it and TIR is restarted you can change FOV as normal, but the defaults will be your new values.
  7. Yes - this is definitely true. Only on the prototype aircraft was the sight fitted above the bar. On production Dolphins it was below the bar. The aircraft was designed so that that the pilot's head was about level with the top wing and not sticking up above it. That way he could look below the upper planes as easily as above them. This used to really annoy me in RoF as well!
  8. LOL - love the pictures. Must have taken ages to get the angle just right
  9. Not at my PC now so can't check, but can you padlock your own aircraft from an external fixed camera? I'm sure I used to do that in RoF to make air display movies.
  10. Nice job, Bugsy! Many thanks for sharing!
  11. These are really excellent - thanks for sharing!
  12. Very nice skin! I see we have the same strategy for attacking trains. I can't hit anything with rockets, so I now rely on flying down the track from behind and carpet bombing them.
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