Many a/c have operating doors by using (Shift E, possibly 1, 2 etc. for operating doors. On some a/c which advertise functioning features this doesn't work. The message comes up which reads "door opening" but nothing happens. Is this a design glitch or is there a piece of code missing?
1- They may be 2002 aircraft or meant for CFS.
2- He (the designer) may have used different key combinations for that aircraft.
3- Let us know which aircraft so we can take a look, we need the exact zip, download location etc.
4- Sure something could be missing.
5- Maybe he lies allot!
one aircraft is the BOAC 707 which I know is fs2000, but the other is the new 7e7. Both were downloaded off SunClaro. An odd thing with both the 707 and the 7e7is the throttles. I can't get the 4 throttles to operate using the throttle slide on my joystick, despite using the "E" and 1234 keys. On the new 7e7 the engines respond to the joystick, but the levers remain still and don't move unless you click on them? Hmmmm
I'm surprised that you can even see the 2000, it's design tools are ancient by the 2004 standards.
As for the other we would have to know exactly which it is so one of us could download it.
I'm not much with big iron, just a run-of-the-mill tail-dragger but TTT and some of the members here are accomplished commercial flyers.
I wouldn't worry to much if this is the only aircraft that doesn't respond to your stick but does to the panel levers, it could be the way your stick is calibrated and the way the designer set up the controls.
If it happened on all the aircraft then It would be a problem to clear up.
😳 Doors dont open ❗
Some aircraft d/loads will have doors that open via the Shift,E,1,2,3 method,others you have to asign a key in settings.
Tailhook works the cargo doors on iFDG aircraft,while on SGA aircraft tailhook operates the landing lights
Check the readme file that came with the d/load