fly4fun
Is this the worst instruction in the way written as a whole to show even on the same computer as the XP is being used, Chinglish, or what?


Establishment step:

First transfer the remote control to the PPM pattern, because in the common real helicopter establishes is PCM pattern, lifts the row: The ESKY present helicopter remote control is the PPM service pattern, therefore ESKY remote control when plays the simulator and the real helicopter, cannot debug in remote control's pattern; The world flies the remote control to use on the real helicopter is the PCM pattern generally, therefore when plays the simulator, must the pattern accent be the PPM, FT06-C remote control is the right bottom from left to right counts the first small switch upward to pull out is the PPM pattern; The world flies eight, nine remote controls, after FUTABA the 6EX remote control and so on is then enters the pattern menu, changes PCM PPM, to play the simulator; In case the 2.4G remote control, " 3-S " changes the pattern menu in " 1-S " then.what special attention is: Plays the real machine-hour certainly to recall the original pattern, otherwise is unable to play the real helicopter.after installs the XTR software, turns on the software, above the spot in the table of contents fence “the remote control”, the spot springs “the channel assignment” again, channel establishment like figure above, after channel establishment,---The choice helicopter model (is similar real machine then)---“The remote control” underneath discovers “in the calibration in the computer software table of contents fence the position” to carry on the calibration, before the calibration, must come between remote control various trimmings---Simulation start---Which channel inspects (not to fishtail up and down to all around)---If has the channel not to be right, then the return channel establishes that (will otherwise control this channel's right side “+” to change “-” or), like right side figure above graphical representation---Calibrates---After channel establishment correct, then started to play! Has the foundation personnel also to be possible to revise in simulator's related parameter, like the adjustment gyroscope sensitivity and so on, enables the helicopter flight to achieve the optimum condition. What here needs to remind everybody is, the simulation is and real machine is the same, wants to carry on to the helicopter hovering or flies the route and so on is also needs to practice slowly, otherwise did not practice feel.
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kevinm
the chap that originated that paragraph was awarded the highest degree for it- few of his cronies understand a thing he put down, and figure he did a magnificent job- whatever he did - ive been told im all wet for what im bout to say, but the (fax) is , English is one of the most difficult languages , because partly of the many words spelled a bit different that have completely different meanings - thems just the fax, dont chute the messenger - hey Joe, me not decipher that paragraph long time - me so tired- $5
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squishy
Ahh, it's poetry...
"Education is not about filling buckets; it is lighting fires." W.B. Yeats

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Argonath
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the chap that originated that paragraph was awarded the highest degree for it- few of his cronies understand a thing he put down, and figure he did a magnificent job- whatever he did - ive been told im all wet for what im bout to say, but the (fax) is , English is one of the most difficult languages , because partly of the many words spelled a bit different that have completely different meanings - thems just the fax, dont chute the messenger - hey Joe, me not decipher that paragraph long time - me so tired- $5



You think that's hard, try French where 1 word has multiple meanings and depending on the conjugation (Past, present, future, before future, present future, present-past... the French are so screwed up when it comes to language). They can't seem to say something simple without spitting out multiple sentences to say something like "I picked up the Red one"
D.I.L.L.I.G.A.F.
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squishy
I like american, it's expansive...
"Education is not about filling buckets; it is lighting fires." W.B. Yeats

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kevinm
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You think that's hard, try French where 1 word has multiple meanings and depending on the conjugation (Past, present, future, before future, present future, present-past... the French are so screwed up when it comes to language). They can't seem to say something simple without spitting out multiple sentences to say something like "I picked up the Red one"

and all around the border of France, they cant understand a thing the people down the road, or even across the road,say, all the intermixed dialects
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squishy
Spain is like that too..
"Education is not about filling buckets; it is lighting fires." W.B. Yeats

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kevinm
them pesky Chinglish people- i / they dont know for sure if this is a plane or a helichopper -if its a plane id snatch one for my gym time- 6 grams flying weight -- anyone have experience with an infrared controlled plane ? one seller claims infrareds good to 32.808399 feet
http://cgi.ebay.com/Remote-Rc-RTF-Plane-Glider-pilotless-R-C-airplane-604-/300473464986?pt=Radio_Control_Vehicles&hash=item45f59d389a
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kevinm
passin on the infrared controlled plane - my remote for the DVD barely works
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squishy
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passin on the infrared controlled plane - my remote for the DVD barely works


Good idea.
"Education is not about filling buckets; it is lighting fires." W.B. Yeats

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kevinm
http://rcmodelreviews.com/imax9x.shtml a 16 month old review, but i like the last paragraph on the 1st page- 2nd page is pretty good too! !
"Unfortunately, no advice is given as to how the receivers should be installed which is a shame because the performance of all 2.4GHz systems is highly dependent on a good installation" "The antennas themselves should also be kept well clear of any conductive items, including carbon-fiber. Failure to do this can result in very poor performance from any 2.4GHz receiver."
well that leaves most of my planes out- no room for donating the entire electronics bay to the antennas
had to add this for those that got the firmware fixed systems , hope this helps http://rcmodelreviews.com/
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