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« : 13 Январь 2023, 10:59:02 »

How to Use the Hidden Google Earth Flight Simulator

Google Earth 4.2 came with a nifty Easter egg: a hidden flight simulator. You could fly your virtual airplane from several airports or start midair from any location. The feature was so popular that it was incorporated as a standard function of Google Earth and Google Earth Pro. No unlocking necessary.Get more news about Flight Simulator On Google Earth,you can vist our website!

The graphics are realistic, and the controls are sensitive enough to feel like you have a lot of control. If you crash your plane, Google Earth asks if you want to exit Flight Simulator or resume your flight.

See Google's instructions for using the virtual plane. There are separate directions if you're using a joystick versus a mouse and keyboard.
With Google Earth open, access the Tools > Enter Flight Simulator menu item. The Ctrl + Alt + A (in Windows) and Command + Option + A (on a Mac) keyboard shortcuts work, too.
Choose between the F-16 and SR22 plane. Both are fairly simple to fly once you get used to the controls, but the SR22 is recommended for beginners, and the F-16 is recommended for skilled pilots. If you decide to change planes, you must exit the flight simulator first.
Pick a starting location in the next section. You can pick one from a list of airports or select your current location. If you've used the flight simulator before, you can also begin where you last ended a flight simulator session.

If you have a compatible joystick connected to your computer, select Joystick enabled to control your flight using the joystick instead of the keyboard or mouse.
Use it to see your current speed in knots, the direction your aircraft is headed, the rate of ascent or descent in feet per minute, and several other settings relating to throttle, rudder, aileron, elevator, pitch, altitude, and flap and gear indicators.
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