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pete_agreatguy posted a topic in ATC SimulatorsQuestion is in the title. Personally I don't enjoy ground as much as tower. Out of the airports to choose from though I would say I enjoy: KATL, KBOS, KJFK, KLAS, KLAX, KMCO and KSFO. I enjoy KLAX, KJFK and KSFO the most as ground. I really like the madness at KLAX using crbascott's custom schedule. The same goes for his JFK schedule. The layout is fantastic as well.
I know This won't be until next version of the game. But could we possibly get other ground vehicles? Like tug requesting repositions and port authority vehicles. Also, could we get a new follow command? #airplane1; FOLLOW AIRLINE; DIRECTION; (LEFT-RIGHT RIGHT-LEFT) #airplane1; FOLLOW COMMPANY; DIRECTION; (LEFT-RIGHT RIGHT-LEFT)
Pete, Is there any way for a future update for FSUIPC to implement these features: 1. A way to switch off the rudder animations below a certain speed. This is so that when taxiing, only the nose wheel would turn and the rudder would stay stationary. Currently when I taxi, the rudder would turn when I twist my joystick (rudder control of course), but I feel like the rudder should only move when the aircraft is above a certain speed, let's say 40 knots. This would allow the rudder to stay still during taxi but would move above 30kts in situations for example to compensate for crosswinds during takeoff and landing. Of course, some aircraft don't have steerable nosewheels, so this option could be controlled to specific aircraft or simply a tick-check box in the user interface. 2. This is perhaps one feature that I would really desire in FSX. At the moment, when I accelerate up the runway for takeoff, any wind above 1 knot would force the aircraft to turn into the direction of the wind and will not go in a straight line.This also applies when taxiing the aircraft. Now this is a natural occurrence called Weathervaning, but I feel that FSX has really exaggerated it. I shouldn't have to wrestle with the rudder controls to hold the aircraft on the centerline if there isn't a crosswind above 10kts. The same thing happens when I'm landing and touch down, the aircraft would drift off erratically and I struggle to keep it on the centerline. I think there should be a feature to prevent this effect, I feel like it should be controlled realistically by the wind in FSX. For example, if there is a headwind at windspeed below 10kts there should be absolutely no weathervaning effects on the aircraft. During crosswinds, the effect should be proportional to the windspeed again, below 10kts, again there shouldn't really be any effect. If the windspeed is higher, then the weathervaning would gradually increase in intensity to simulate it realistically. I hope you can take these suggestions into consideration. I have no idea on how FSUIPC works so I'm not going to expect these to be implemented, maybe I'm just being ambitious, though I would really like it if they somehow where.