I have enjoyed this a/c for several years but have never seen a solution to the thread title. Anybody here have a solution or knowledge of the settings within the aircraft cfg which may reduce the wallow akin to a drunk man heading home. The Tridents, Comets and VC10's don't do this.
In regard to your following opening statement ....
I have enjoyed this a/c for several years but have never seen a solution to the thread title.
Are you saying you've experienced the difficulty you're reporting throughout those several yeas .... MEANING .... long before the ONE-ELEVEN's ever came "HERE"/to HJG ?
Have you made any adjustments, at all, to the FDE ?
In the absence of any known issues (and I'm not even aware of any such issue having been reported on the CBFS forum either .... though their team are welcome to comment "HERE" if they wish to ) all I can suggest is ....
1. Uninstall what you currently have installed.
2. Reinstall it all again ... using the last version DMFS file we now host here.
You may have previously had a corrupted file .... maybe.
Maybe it's just me or maybe because I use FSXSE, it was a new install and as you correctly say you have not altered any parameters. I did try some altered 1-11's by a fellow Bjoern (see here sites.google.com/site/fsxstuffbybk/aircraft-modifications/bac-1-11) who claims to alter a/c and I have no idea if these were OK'd by Mr Maltby. They wallow too. It's no biggy I find you just have to taxi much much slower than than usual tp prevent falling over. no faster than 10-12 knots.
Post by aerofoto - HJG Admin on Jul 9, 2021 23:12:23 GMT
Can't answer what DM may, or may not, have authorized in regard to alterations/edits of his stuff .... that's entirely out of our jurisdiction/none of our business
DM's own last edits were applied around 2008-ish .... for some of, if not most of, the ONE-ELEVEN's.
Unless edits are by someone whom I "TRUST" and has a known and very reputable track record (like George CARTY and Mike MONCE) then I do tend to stand well clear of them.
Did some searches (re DMFS BAC ONE-ELEVEN ground stabilty/taxiing problems), but, unless I missed it .... I couldn't find anything.
"IF" .... only the ONE-ELEVEN's are affected (of your entire DMFS flight line), then, that "may" (possibly) suggest a CP related issue, but again, I've seen "nothing" relating to such posted elsewhere that suggests there is a generally or more widely known issue
Is your issue occurring within all sceneries (default and add-on) or just some of them ?
FYI .... the above videos were each made "in FSX" .... and which, and as evidenced, seems to confirm the DMFS ONE-ELEVEN's are FSX portable.
Again .... all I can, at this time, suggest is replace what you've got with the files (the official DM data) we offer here and which aren't edited.
Unrelated to the topic, but I had to ask this somewhere. Has anyone figured out if it's possible to port the DM panels to FSX. I see you guys are using the planes in FSX. What do you do for the panels? Thank you
Incidentally .... the sound packs we offer will be composed of separate FS2004 and FSX file versions .... because the sound engine in each FS version is different and requires different treatment .... the FSX sound engine being "SUPERIOR".
Post by aerofoto - HJG Admin on Jul 14, 2021 6:08:02 GMT
Just bear in mind the BAC ONE-ELEVEN, DH106 COMET, HS121 TRIDEnT, and VC10 sound packs available here are the original DMFS versions .... and which are FS2004 native only.
None of the "HI-FI" audio I've mentioned to date been uploaded here .... yet.
What we'll eventually be offering as alternative audio will be "HI-FI" .... and will also be offered as separate FS2004 and FSX specific files too .... but .... given our current loading it could be some weeks (at the soonest) before we can start uploading this data.