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A mid 1900's reconnaissance aircraft
wow so do you know any other working planes?
No offense but
1: badly made rushed mod that probably has 0 realism, made just for the 'plane craze'
2: quickly made, most likely "it flies, this works"
I know that x), They are hard to control and kinda ugly. That guy asked for working planes so I wanted to help him ;p, oh we don't forget these 2 mods are so old.
Problem is most of the player base thinks "Oh it's BeamNG so it must be realistic" >_<
I would offend so many people if I called out mods for what they really are tho.
How do I set up my joystick to work with this? This seems to be intended for keyboard use only :c.
Click the Controls button on the left, and you'll find multiple "Axis" controls you can set up.
EPIC! one request: could you make the controls a little more sensitive?
Can someone help me download this for some reason i can't get it to work!
What are you doing?
Just drag the .zip to your mods folder.
Do you have the latest version of BeamNG ?
I got this before it was released on the repo. Was it updated for a repo release?
Also mid 1900s is like 1905. Don't you mean mid 20th century?
Mid 1900's at least to me implies 1940-1960
thanks but i was really hoping for some newer planes, great with realism and maybe a reworked war plane (b25)
Hey guys I just found this Mod today (6/6/17) and I am super excited to use it because I am actually a private pilot. I downloaded the Zip and put it in the mods folder but when I load the plane in the game nothing works and the propeller is not moving and none of my inputs on my keyboard are reflecting on the airplane. HOW DO I MAKE THIS WORK BECAUSE THIS MOD LOOKS AMAZING
What game version are you running? There should be a controls list in the top right.
There is a control list in the top right and iv even tried giving it new controls but nothing happens to the airplane no matter what I do it jus sits there.
What game version are you using currently? If you press the tilde (~) key, do you see any errors?