You get no feeling for the tactile movements and responses in the plane. Try disabling it and it could work. There are always small movements but to an external observer, you are sitting there, in the air, without so much as a ripple. Flying is emotional; it's passionate; it's determination; it's personal conquest; it runs in your veins.
Let me know.
I am also sure that the checkbox authorizing mission changes no rewards is UNchecked. I can deal with an unexpected hold or a last minute change of arrival without fluster. So at this point, I presume that the problem is caused by one of the add-ons I granted access to.
I'm so tired of thinking I'm doing everything correctly until the stupid lady's voice comes on saying "I'm sorry, you did not pass the checkride. I have a problem I can't solve in spite of the few hours I already spent searching around: When my Solo Certificate Flight was over, I got my analysis first, and after that popped up my certificate with the name for me to add and the option to print it, which all went without a hitch.
So have you successfully completed it as yet? I might as well get the whole package P. You suggested that I comment on radios over a year ago, and I declined. For example, for a student, steep turns or stall recovery can be a little nerve wracking at first.
Here's the log content, just removed some personal information: It's even a lot more than doing that and following the procedures ATC, operating in controlled airspace etc which accompany it. Simon Simon 26. Two questions. Alternatively, if you feel like you passed but were robbed by that vicious female examiner, you can just print out the certificate and edit in your name using Photoshop, PSP, or even MS Paint.
Once with an instructor I made a terrible landing in a stiff crosswind. If then questions occur, ask your flight instructor. Everything is going virtual in the military.... That's what I meant. I accept.