The shaking of the aircraft.


#1

So I notice that the planes shake once you get to a certain speed. When I view the bottom, locked, and scenic camera views I tend to get dizzy as the planes shake. Can we have an option to turn that off? Thanks!


Can someone explain to me this bug?
#2

No sadly if you go over 500mph in some planes it starts to shake up in down was it the 747 or the 757?


#3

You are flying too fast…


#4

The 767-300 an the 777-300ER. They make the planes tremble to give it a shaking effect for when you view it by the tail camera. They would definitely be able to have an option to where we can turn the shaking off.


#5

Its starts shaking as soon as I turn up the throttle to take off.


#6

Did you take off at another airport before taking off on this air port like
Klax-Ksan
Ksan-Palm springs


#7

The further you go from your origin, the shakier becomes your aircraft.
It’s a bug called “floating point” which will hopefully be fixed soon…


#8

No matter where you are it will start to shake. I usually fly in Chicago though.


#9

Thanks for clearing it up! Hopefully it will be fixed soon like you said!


#10

Yup I want this tho get fixed


#11

The rapid shaking I believe you are referring to is known as the ‘floating point’ bug. It’s basically the calibration of the aircraft not matching the surrounding environment. (May be wrong). It’s a coding issue that the developers are working on; it’s tricky to fix.

If you are referring to the swinging motion of the aircraft when AP is activated: this is usually because you are going too fast/slow exceeding the aircrafts limits.

All the best.

H


#12

Just looked up a video demonstrating the bug and thats exactly what I’m experiencing! Thanks!


#13

Yea, I had my friend fly a 737 a while back and he activated the A/P and it started to swing. I heard him yelling and then screaming “THE PLANE IS HAVING A SEIZURE!!” I came back to laughing his head off looking at the replay. We refer that problem “Plane Seizes”.


#14

“Issue” has been discussed many times before. Thanks