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I just downloaded the Embraer Phenom 100-LE from Feel There. It's a nice looking plane. But I found no kneeboard. No listings of speeds (Vr, etc.) as is normal somewhere in the cockpit on a placard. No obvious link to use the Radio. No Checklist. In other words, it's a pretty plane I can't figure out how to fly correctly without information. I am an old RW pilot who's flown a lot of RW military and GA aircraft over the years. I've never attempted to fly anything wihtout basic performance info, which in sim for is usually found on the kneeboard. Please advise.
I purchased the Embraer Phenom 100 from fspilotshop a couple of days ago. I am running Windows 8.1. There were no issues installing or launching the aircraft, but as I began to fly the aircraft, the frame rates dropped substantially, to the point I could not fly it anymore. I have a high performance computer with a good video card. I can't seem to solve the issue. I tested my other products (such as Carenado's King Air C90) I have purchased that have more demanding frame rates and works just fine (50+ fps). I have already attempted to contact Feelthere for support and they told me to update my video driver. I was able to do so and it never changed anything. I also switched my computer to max performance and still nothing changed.
Hey, guys! I'm a beginner in applications with FSUIPC, and I'm pretty sure this is a stupid question but, how do I set the payload of an aircraft? The plane in question is an Embraer 195, with 3 sectores: crew, passengers and cargo. I can read and set the fuel levels, but got nowhere close with the payload. Here's what I'm doing so far, fuelwise: double targetFuel = 2134; double maxFuel = 6495.225; int formula = (int)((targetFuel * 100 / maxFuel) * (128 * 65536) / 100); result = fsuipc.FSUIPC_Write(0x0B94, formula, ref token, ref dwResult); result = fsuipc.FSUIPC_Write(0x0B7C, formula, ref token, ref dwResult); result = fsuipc.FSUIPC_Process(ref dwResult); This works as a charm, but I have no idea how to work on offset 1400. Any help at all would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!