One thing that puzzles me a lot in MSFS since the beginning is how the aircraft are parked in the airport. The picture below shows the most common manner how static aircraft are placed in MSFS. Shouldn’t the aircraft be parked in the opposite direction facing the horizontal line of the T-mark?
I don’t see Continue reading
Wearing face masks isn’t only a part of our standard dressing nowadays but also a reflection in fictional characters in flightsim. Came across this on Orbx’s Freeware Fishburn page. Let’s hope we could all laugh at it very soon.
Following is a banner I came across in one of the online flightsim stores. What’s your instant impression on it?
Hope you all have a Merry Christmas. What present does Santa bring to you ? Here’s mine: Continue reading
After nearly three months, my long-waited new gear has finally arrived on the eve of Halloween.
This is my fifth of its kind and my first of its brand. I am so excited of its coming at last.
Have a guess before you click here to find out what it is. Continue reading
The first batch of MSFS-specific gauges containing at least 7 instruments are coming next week. Pre-sale discount for them ends tomorrow. Anyone interested please check out details here.
My son recently bought me a 3D printer while I was telling him how I sourced the components and modified one of them to be used as the handle for my parking brake. He joked that I could print out whatever I want from now on.
After a week’s waiting, I finally received the 3D printer yesterday. Frankly, I am pretty excited because I’ve been longing to get one for a long time.
Although I am a total stranger to this area, I couldn’t help printing some demos immediately and started searching some 3D models on the Internet for the flightsim parts I planned to get, such as the flaps lever.
Followings are the 2nd test print of the flaps lever handle Continue reading
Just added “My Prepar3Dv5 CFG” to “My Project” group. Not only does it compare with the initial cfg generated after the first run, it also includes the file in PFD format for download, if anyone is interested.