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Serena Lexington


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Join date : 2010-08-14

PostSubject: Dragon Rapide (land) Pilot manual   Wed Dec 01, 2010 12:47 pm

EG Aircraft thanks you for your purchase and wish you much fun with the De Havilland DH-89 "Dragon Rapid"

1 / Drag the item " DH-89 Dragon Rapide EG Aircraft" from your inventory to the ground
2 / Accept the attachement invitation for the HUD
3 / You can edit this silhouette to set it on the spot where you want the plane to be rezzed. (Do not change the height)
4 / click "Rezzing" on the HUD to rezz the plane.
5 / After use, to remove the aircraft properly, click again on the button "Rezzing" on the HUD (the aircraft being "copy" it remains an original in your inventory)

Note: The side door opens and closes simply by clicking on it (single left click).
1 / To sit, right click and then sit on the ball "Pilot".
2/ The aircraft offers to accept the attachment, do so.
3 / To leave you seat, click "Standup" ON THE HUD.

the buttons from left to right
1 /[Position L] toggles on/off the nav lights
2 / [Landing L] toggles on/off the landing light
3 / [Strobes] toggles on/off the strobes
4 / [Cabine L] toggles on/off the cabin light
5 / [Rezzing] Rezzes or removes the aircraft
6 / [Standup] To get up
7 / [Default] Default Camera
8 / [Follower] Dynamic following camera (you can zoom in or out)
9 / [taxiing] Camera in above position ideal for taxiing
10 / [Blocked] Freezes the camera on the spot it is when you click. It allows you to fly the plane, looking from the ground. (Be carefull about your drawing distance)

1 / Airspeed indicator indicates your flight speed (in mph)
2 / Attitude indicator, shows the flight attitude
3 / Heading indicator indicates your heading (in degrees)
4 / Vertical speed indicator (VSI) indicates the rate of climb or descent (in meters / second)
5 / Altimeter indicates altitude (in meters)

1 and 2 / Ignition for right and left engine (automatic start)
below there are two power indicators (dial and digital)

shows your location on the regions of Blake sea, nautilus, uss, and Corsica.
Z-map zooms out, Z + zooms the map in.

1 / Up "arrow down" and down "arrow up"
2 / Turn right or left, respectively "right arrow" or "left arrow"
3 / "Pgup/PgDown" increase -reduce the power

startl: Start the left engine
Startr: Start the right engine
Stopl: Stops the left engine
stopr: Stops the right engine
b: Engages or looses the brakes (until the complete stop of the aircraft )
l: Toggles nav lights
s: Toggles strobe lights
ld: Toggles the cabin light
p: Toggles landing light

The engine power can be controlled directly by chat command
0 = 0%
1 = 10%
etc etc up to ...
10 = 100%
These chat commands allow you to reach the desired power directly without having to go through all the steps successively

Once seated in the aircraft:
1 / Turn your nav lights on to show other users that the aircraft is under control.
2/ If ATC is available, contact them and ask for instructions and take off clearance for your flight.
3 / Start the engine
4 -/ Press PgUp up to a maximum of 30% power or use the appropriate chat commands (indicating chat)
Note: from 50 mph you risk injury, but you can use this power in a straight line (only) to save time.
5 / Aim the plane with the left and right arrows to the runway to take off following the instructions of the Airport controler

1/ Taxi to the runway
2/ Align the aircraft on the runway heading, and hold.
3 / Enable the brakes by chat command "b" and wait for the complete stop of the airplane (speed 0 mph) and wait for takeoff clearance from the tower.
4/ Increase power up to 100%, then release the brakes by chat command "b"
5 / Reaching 85 mph you can rotate and climb.

As for takeoff, contact the ATC and ask for instructions and necessary clearance for your landing.
1/ Align the aircraft on the centerline of the runway at an altitude between 70 and 100 m and at a good distance (minimum 200m)
2/ Reduce power down to 10%
3/ Hold the aircraft descending towards the runway. (A descent of less than -1 in variometer is unsafe for landing)
4/ touchdown (0 VSI), reduce the throttle down to 0%, you can use the brakes when landing too long)
5/ Taxi to your parking area following the indications of ground control.

NOTE: Your plane can fly through full parcels
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For a correct display of your sculpties, see below.
LOD debug: Debug your settings LOD is a setting that will bring up 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:


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

Thanks to Ghanni Lane!

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Erick Gregan
Kahlan Bingyi (sales and special orders)
Serena Lexington (demo's and technical questions not answered on the website)

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