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Kahlan Bingyi

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PostSubject: DC3 notecard English   Sat Aug 14, 2010 7:00 pm

Congratulations on the acquisition of EG-Douglas DC3 Aircraft

This aircraft has an advanced simulation script. Realism is what I tried to achieve.
Do not expect to master this plane immediately and without difficulty.
Gently landing on your wheels at the beginning of the track will be a challenge for you.
The weight and inertia of the DC3 gives it a very realistic feeling.
You can board your passengers and discover the airlines like 40 years ago.

To REZZ and DEREZZ the AIRPLANE
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* Drag the "Douglas DC3 " from your inventory on the ground.
* "Douglas DC3 asks to attach the control HUD to your avatar. Accept this attachment, it is mandatory.
* Place the silhouette of the aircraft on the spot where you want to see the plane appear, then click the button "rezzing" on the HUD.
* To delete the plane after use, click on "delete" on the HUD and the aircraft and the hud will both be deleted (the plane being copy, there will still always be the original version in your inventory)


1 / Features
Pilot + co-pilot + 8 passengers (10 people)
Realistic Engine start and stop
Landing gear and retractable doors
Functional retractable flaps
Sliding door
Functional interior doors
Functional window curtains
Realistic ceiling lighting
Crash simulation with flames and smoke if landing with gear up
engines can fail randomly

2 / Hud command / dashboard

high part from left to right:

a/ on-off of the fasten seatbelt and no smoking sign
b/ Opening and closing the exterior door and rezz of the stairs
c/ on-off position lights
d/ on-off strobe
e/ on-off landing lights
f/ on-off passengers cabin light
g/ on-off left engine
h / on-off right engine
i /on-off gear (green = gear down)
j/ on-off brake
k/ command of the flaps (green = out)
l/ on-off rezzing
m/stand up

low part from left to right:

a/Airspeed indicator
b/Attitude indicator
c/ Heading indicator
d/VSI (Vertical speed indicator)
e/Altimeter
f/ GPS (works only on the mainland in the following regions: Blake Sea, USS, Nautilus)

3 / flight characteristics
You will be surprised by the flight behaviour of the airplane. You must think as if the plane was real.
If you try climbing with insufficient power, it will lose speed and eventually you will stall.
If your speed is too high to land, you wont be able to land the plane.
One or both engines may fail, it is random. In that case you will have to do an emergency landing

a / Lift off
Align the aircraft on the runway and make sure nothing is in front.
Lock brakes (green brakes light on hud)
Flaps in (flaps red illuminated on the hud)
Throttle up to 100%
Unlock the brakes (brakes red light on the hud)
when 120 speed reached, raise the tail up
Allow the plane to reach speed of 230 and take off
get back to level flight attitude and get the gear up


b / cruise
Climb up to the desired altitude
Reduce power to 70%
Attention to variation in altitude, climb = loss of speed, descent = acceleration.


c / Landing
The landing must be prepared, I recommend not to approach directly
Make a first pass parallel to the runway at an altitude of 60 - 80 m
Make a rectangular circuit to get the aircraft alligned with the runway at a distance of 250m (a sim)
Reduce power to 20%
Get the landing gear down (2 green lit on the hud)
Get the Flaps down (extended) to slow the plane (green lights on the hud)
Reduce power gradually while maintaining the heading alligned with the runway
Watch the speed, too fast you'll overshoot the landing point ... too slow you'll crash before reaching the threshold


TO SEE YOUR SCULPTIES CORRECTLY
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For a correct display of your sculpties, see below.
LOD Debugging settings is a setting that will show all your sculpties perfectly. Just follow these steps:

1. Open the "Advanced" menu by Ctrl-Alt-D, or Opt-Ctrl-D on Mac.
2. Select "Debug Settings" in the list.
3. In the blank field, copy and paste this text:

RenderVolumeLODFactor

4. It is recommended to get a value between 4 and 6.

Thanks to Ghannie Lane!

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EG-Aircraft wish you good flights
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for contact in world:
Erick Gregan
Kahlan Bingyi (sales and special orders)
Serena Lexington (demo's, technical questions or flying tips not answered on the site)

Note : EG Aircraft ( Erick Gregan) can not be hold responsable for any modifications ©Linden Research, Inc makes in the functionning of "second life" or for any malfunction while using the plane due to the quality of service that ©Linden Research, Inc provides.
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