Bf 108 now released!

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Bf 108 now released!

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Ladies and Gentlemen,

we are proud to announce the release of our latest creation, the Messerschmitt Bf 108 B 'Taifun' for FSX.
Now available for download at the Classics Hangar Shop.
More info, screenshots and a free user manual download at http://www.classics-hangar.de
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Re: Bf 108 now released!

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Bought !

PS: The website is a bit slow (online via Kabel Deutschland)
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Yes, noticed that, too.
It probably takes a bit until my provider recognizes that I need more open bandwidth slots. :evil:
How's the download going btw, faster than the shop pages?
Guess you're on 32mb so it should cut through the download. :mrgreen:
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Yeah have the big one, and the download was at 1,2-1,5 MB/s i think (good enough)

One little thing that i miss in oyu manuel and liked in other payproducts:
A practice flight. Where "you" make a flight with the customer from location A to B, step by step.

Thats the easiest way to get used to a aircraft, maybe if you have some time, it would be a nice extra for the coming customers

PS: Im "sitting" in the birdy right now, pushing everything to see what happens :D
And... i opened the "wing"-windowhood... how do i close it again?^^ (The lever is now at the outside)
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Re: Bf 108 now released!

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Hehehe, ok:
The canopies and cargo door open with the usual command, Shift + E immedeatly followed by 1, 2 or 3.
However, due to the amount of code that's running in the background you need to hit the number very fast after the Shift+E, else there may be a refresh issue.
The default Shift+E (without number) will in any case operate the left canopy.
When in doubt you can move outside the plane using CTRL+Shift+Enter or CTRL+Shift+Backspace to move the viewpoint left/right until you can reach the handgrip.
CTRL+Space returns the viewpoint to default position.
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Did some flying and some more crazy flying and so far im pleased with the AC, just two things:
1. It seems that i to slow for shift+e+'number' cause i tried that befor and im only opening "the main exit"
2. I the check list at warmup the pilot checks the behavior when using only one of the magnetos. The checklist says shouldnt drope more the 50 U/min. Is there something wrong? (missing 0 ?) cause it allways drops from ~850 to ~580
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Let me have a look at that. May take a few days though.
Any other ill effects, stuttering or dying engine when switching magnetos?
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Hello Mathias,

one Word: Excellent. :D
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Thank You!
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Mathias Pommerien wrote:Let me have a look at that. May take a few days though.
Any other ill effects, stuttering or dying engine when switching magnetos?
No, it just goes down to ~580 RPM
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