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SWS-AlexVletsas asked SWS-AlexVletsas commented

[BUG] Aircraft bouncing in hangar when stall speeds set to 0

In flight_model.cfg under [REFERENCE SPEEDS], the following lines are said to be optional:

full_flaps_stall_speed
flaps_up_stall_speed

However, if these are set to 0 or removed, the plane will bounce in the hangar, but is fine on tarmac.

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boufogre answered

Hello,

That's weird because I have been setting them to 0, but I do not have this bug you mention.

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SWS-AlexVletsas answered

I read your other answer and was about to ask you if you had the same problem. I set my speed to -1 and it works now, but zero/not including will make it bounce in the hangar.

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boufogre answered SWS-AlexVletsas commented

That is also weird because when I set it to -1, the aircraft became uncontrollable in flight.

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Ours seems to fly fine with -1.

It seems as if the plane "stalls" in the hangar because it's at 0 knots.

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