On Thu, 10 Feb 2005 18:19:08 +0000 (UTC), Martin wrote in message
> "Vivian Meazza" wrote:
> > James Turner wrote
> > > > While we are are it, do we already have consensus on which keys
> > > > to use for these functions - are the keys consistent across
> > > > different aircraft and FDM's ?
> > >
> > > The keys do seem to be standard, j/k for spoilers and Ctrl-B for
> > > speedbrake, the issue of course is guessing for a given model
> > > which surfaces are assigned to which name. I guess 'things on the
> > > wings' are spoilers, and 'things not on the wings' are
> > > speed-brakes?
> > Not necessarily. The Seahawk's speedbrakes (aka airbrakes in UK) are
> > in the upper wing, and work in conjunction with the flaps - and yes
> > they are both animated and functional. The Hunter's (under the rear
> > fuselage) is interlocked with the gear.
> > Just to clarify things. Spoilers dump lift, and may provide a bit of
> > braking. Speedbrakes dump speed, and may provide a bit of lift
> > positive or negative (although designers try to avoid this).
> Great, now we have an accurate definition, we should fix the key
> bindings :-)
> Does everyone agree on having j/k for the spoilers ? Now, what are we
> going to take for the speed brakes ? Simply using Ctrl-B is not
> sufficient, because speed brakes are supposed to offer multiple
> settings - do we already use i/o for anything ? If not, then we could
> take these keys for the speed brakes.
..playing with key bindings, anyone else using dvorak layouts?
Failing that, which file do I use as a starting point?
..med vennlig hilsen = with Kind Regards from Arnt... ;-)
...with a number of polar bear hunters in his ancestry...
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