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FS9 Real Weather Take Offs

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Michael (usb) Trainee

I can't seem to get an answer from anybody, maybe you can help. Now that I have FSX up and running rather well I might add. I noticed when I use real weather (REX, Default and FSreal) all is well. Never gave it much thought in the past. But in FS9 the aircraft wants to get blown off the runway when using real weather unless you correct with the rudder or nose gear. Didn't use live weather much with FS9 cause it hurt the frame rate but the system I put together for FSX really handles FS9. This occurs with all aircraft at all airports in FS9. Always has on three different computers over the Years. Is this normal? Is there a setting to use or not use?

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jrocky Trainee

usb wrote:

I can't seem to get an answer from anybody, maybe you can help. Now that I have FSX up and running rather well I might add. I noticed when I use real weather (REX, Default and FSreal) all is well. Never gave it much thought in the past. But in FS9 the aircraft wants to get blown off the runway when using real weather unless you correct with the rudder or nose gear. Didn't use live weather much with FS9 cause it hurt the frame rate but the system I put together for FSX really handles FS9. This occurs with all aircraft at all airports in FS9. Always has on three different computers over the Years. Is this normal? Is there a setting to use or not use?

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Michael (usb) Trainee

Tried them, no help there.

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tgibson Trainee

Of course it's normal. Using real world weather, you will probably end up with crosswinds when taking off. These will push you to one side or the other. You will need to compensate for this.

First, make sure you are using the right runway, which minimizes those crosswinds. Second, if they really bother you go to World/Weather/User Defined/(then press the button) - lower the wind speed down until you can handle it.

Hope this helps,

Tom

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