#2- Last night I decided to start my Me-110 manually (for the first time) at the start of a mission, but I couldn't push forward or move the Magnetos Levers
while I had no problem with the rest of levers in the cockpit.
I do not use the mouse click stuff to start engine(s). Prefer to have Keyboard Engine Controls.
The ME110C starboard engine Magneto is impossible to access with mouse clicky action.
I always use Keyboard Engine Controls.
CPS_Bomber has written instructions on how to make Keyboard Engine Controls. Righteous it is too!
In the BoBII Manual, go to here:
Your prayers will then be answered, as to question 2.
Here is how I assign Keyboard Engine Commands:
Could make it simpler by editing out stock key commands that I never use,
but starting engines is not always sweet.
My son gave me his 2004 Ford Mustang convertible, which I love to drive. Only $2,500 left to pay it off.
Disconnected the battery and the stinking COMPUTER changed the idle timing, so now I gotta goose the gas, like a Model T
to get the engine going.
OK, only takes a few seconds to warm up and then I'm on my way.
"Hey Jack? Why is that bloody yellow SERVICE ENGINE SOON indicator on?" queried I.
"I think it needs a new oxygen sensor." Jack proposed.
"Fakking fancy new engines! I miss the old days!" I thundered.
One recent poster was writing how it was way too easy to bail out of an aircraft. Just press the key combo CONTROL + E.
1st Get rid of the Harness! Only one hand burned!
2nd Open the Canopy! Please god let it work!
3rd Turn turtle and invert the aircraft for gravity help to clear the goddamned tail!
4rth Climb out into the air and know that you packed yer own parachute, and may righteously open!