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Kahlan Bingyi



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Join date : 2010-08-14

PostSubject: User Manual (english)   Sat Jan 08, 2011 6:59 pm

EG Aircraft thanks you for your purchase and wishes you much fun with the Max Holste MH-1521 "Broussard"
TO REZZ THE AIRCRAFT

1 / Drag the object MH-1521 Broussard GE Aircraft from your inventory to the ground.
2 / Accept the attachment of the HUD
3 / You can edit this silhouette to position the plane where you want it.
4 / click "Rezzing" on the HUD to rez the plane.
5 / After use, to remove the aircraft properly, click again on the button "Rezzing" on theHUD (the aircraft being "copy" there is always an original in your inventory)

SITTING IN THE AIRPLANE
Note: The side doors open and close simply by clicking on them (single click). (Open they close, closed, they open)
1 / To sit left click directly on the ball "Pilot" and you will be seated. (Please note, your AO may interfere with the sitting position, turn it OFF if necessary.)
2 / The aircraft offers to accept the attachment, accept, it is mandatory
3 / To stand up just click "Standup" button on the HUD.

"MOUSE LOOK" VIEW
For a better simulation, you can fly this plane in "mouse look" view.
The commands are operationnal by pointing your mouse cursor (cross in the center of the screen) on the handle or switch as needed.


HUD CONTROLS
From left to right
1 / [Position L] toggle position lights
2 / [Landing L] toggle landing light
3 / [Strobes] toggle strobe lights
4 / [Cabine L] toggle cabin lights
5 / [Rezzing] Rezzes or removes the aircraft
6 / [Standup] To stand up
7 / [Default] Default Camera
8 / [Follower] Switch to following camera (You may zoom in or out)
9 / [taxiing] Camera position from above, ideal for taxing
10/[Blocked] Set your camera on a fixed location (where you have clicked) wich allows you to watch your flight from outside the plane. (beware of the viewing distance)

Flight instruments (From left to right)
1 / airspeed indicator (in mph)
2 / Attitude indicator (or artificial horizon)
3 / Heading indicator ( in degrees)
4 / VSI (Vertical Speed Indicator) (in meters / second)
5 / Altimeter (Altitude in meters)

Engine
1 / Ignition Switch
2 / Starter handle
3 / Power indicator (needle + digits)

GPS
Shows your location on the regions of blake sea, nautilus, uss, and Corsica.
Z-map zooms out, Z + zoom the map closer.

FLIGHT CONTROL KEYPAD
1 / To climb use the "down arrow" for descent use the "up arrow"
2 / Turn right or left, respectively "right arrow" or "left arrow"
3 / Increase the throttle use "PgUp" button to reduce the Throttle use "PgDown" button

CHAT COMMANDS
b: set or release the brakes (wait untill complete stop of the plane to apply the throttle back)
l: Toggles the position lights
s: Toggles the strobe lights
ld: Toggles the cabin lights
p: Toggles the landing lights (the landing lights are required for takeoff and landing to indicate your intentions)
Note: The engine cannot be started by any chat command

The engine power can be controlled directly by chat commands
0 = 0%
1 = 10%
and so on, up to
10 = 100%
These commands allow you to get directly to the power setting you want without having to go through all the stages.

ENGINE START
Please note, starting a 9-cylinders radial engine can often be tough. ;-)
In order to simplify the starting procedure, the openings of the fuel flow and the activation of the pumps have been skipped

/ 1 Turn the ignition ON, (the light turns green)
/ 2 Pull the starter and hold it
/ 3 When the engine starts coughing let the start handle go
/ 4 The engine starts
/ 5 If the engine fails to start, turn the ignition back to "off", wait 5 seconds and repeat step 1
Note: To cut the engine just cut off contact.

TAXIING
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

TAKE OFF
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.

LANDING
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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BEST SCLUPTIES RENDERING
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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:
RenderVolumeLODFactor
4. It is recommended to choose a value between 4 and 6.
Thanks to Ghanni Lane!
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EG-Aircraft wish you good flights
To better serve you, all your comments, suggestions or questions may be submitted using our website: http://egaircraft.bbactif.com

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

Note: EG Aircraft (Eric Gregan) cannot be held responsible for any changes made by © Linden Research, Inc. to "Second Life" or any malfunction during the operation of the airplane with the quality of service offered by © Linden Research, Inc..



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