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    Question cfg entry question

    I use airwrench to make flightmodels. There is an entry in the cfg labeled sink rate and then three others related to sink rate. A quick inspection of several cfg's found that the sink rate was set at -1500 fpm. If a plane had a rate of say 400 fpm will entering -400 yield this rate in the game and what other changes may need to be made to the other entries?

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    Jerry has kept improving his Airwrench Product and it is becoming quite good. I do not have the latest version (but should update). Hopefully Jerry (Sparks) will pop by and provide the authoritative answer. You might try sending him a PM.

    Cheers: T

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    Or email him via the address given at - I've had very prompt replies from him.
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    Yup, Jerry's first rate and a big asset to flight simmers: T

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    Gold Coast Qld Australia
    Hi All,

    I think Jerry might have gone away over the weekend. I sent him an email on Saturday and are still waiting on a reply to get the updated version. No dramas though as he's always promptly replied in the past.

    Cheers :ernae:

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    Ah yes the Gold Coast.... was just in Sydney a few days ago for some spectacular "Fall" weather.

    Cheers: T

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