This is done by setting all the menus in the ASSISTANCE OPTIONS options to EASY.
Setting all the ACCESSIBILITY menu items to HARD makes flying much more realistic and challenging. As the description says “the most authentic experience.” It is so challenging I don’t know anyone who has flown any aircraft for mor than 10 or 15 minutes using all HARD settings.
I sit on a large cushion in a C172 and still cannot see over the dash on final and flare. An even larger cushion would not help as I would not reach the pedals. I am 5’5" so not tall but not a midget either.
You just learn to land by keeping centreline with a distant object or end of runway and judge height by your peripheral vision.
Trying to keep visual on the numbers in many real planes will have you coming in far too steep on short final.
Even that is not impossible, the rudder is a ■■■■■ though . I have flown using keyboard switches a couple of times to check something out quickly when I didn’t want to go through the effort to find and connect my joystick.
Problem is that the controls don’t auto-center like a joystick, neither can you really use any trim as you don’t really notice any “permanent” control forces. Therefore the controls probably aren’t centered when engaging the autopilot and keep overruling it, just check this weird autopilot bug:
Btw, also happens when using a joystick, just engage the AP and steer left or right and you will notice the in-sim yoke or stick moving in opposite direction.
I don’t know when this was introduced but the aircraft seems to have 2 sets of flight controls, if you steer left the autopilot steers to the right to compensate. Like you are controlling one aileron, the autopilot controls the other .
(Not exactly because that would make the ailerons either flaps or spoilers when deployed in the same direction, but you get my point).
My grand daughter with aspergers probably could, especially on XBox. She combines challenging issues in most normal areas of life with an astounding ability to just pick up any screen related game or other task and just do it and make it look amazingly easy.
Been like that since about 3 or 4. At an age when she was not allowed access to a console or any games but was allowed to use a pad to watch cartoons she would switch to YouTube and sit for hours watching streams of kids games. Possibly because it was before speech therapy and she was still non verbal and the game streams had no speaking? Whatever was going on it was very odd.
would you mind to take the time and tell me
in which file/folder I have to make your suggested
Thanks, by Walter
P.S.: I guess 104 = Starfighter, but PLZ? (Postleitzahl, hm ?)