HRC Seven ease of flight?

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  • #1213
    Matthewdupreez
    Participant

    hi guys how easily does the Seven fly? is it a 3rd, 2nd, or 4th plane… or even 1st?

    #1214
    Sam Platt
    Keymaster

    I would say that it’s a good solid second airframe when you have mastered aileron flight and are looking for something a little more sporty!

    #1215
    Sam Platt
    Keymaster

    It flies amazing but I wouldn’t peg it as a beginner airplane. It is a good beginner sport plane!

    #1216
    Matthewdupreez
    Participant

    Cool thanks… At the moment i am on a scaledup 130% ft old speedster… I am planning to move onto a 180% ft commuter as my first 4ch trainer (along with the ft bushwacker) but this seven looks absolutely stunning… It is VERY high up on my build list… After the 180% commuter….

    Are you also on the ft forums?

    #1257
    Sam Platt
    Keymaster

    Yes, we are on the FT forums. However we don’t post much, as we are trying to build our own forum… We still have a lot of work to do, but slowly but surely we will get there! Thank you for posting and your patience as we work all the bugs out of our forum.

    #1258
    Matthewdupreez
    Participant

    You should check out flarum forum…. 100% free and basically equivalent to xenfora.. Just free and open source.

    #1259
    Sam Platt
    Keymaster

    I am looking into it… I am interested… Just not 100% sure how to set it up in conjunction with WordPress and our current site. Any help that you could offer would be appreciated!

    #1260
    Matthewdupreez
    Participant

    you would first need to check with whoever is hosting your site, and check to see if you have 2 mysql databases… one for wordpress one for the forum.

    if not you would need to purchase another one, it shouldn’t be too expensive around an extra $5 per year or so… at least that’s what i pay.. in south africa

    #1261
    Matthewdupreez
    Participant

    after that i would suggest that you get in contact with the it support from whatever company is hosting your site, and get them to help you install it…

    i can’t really help with that, as each hosting software operates differently…

    but after it is installed i can set it up for you…. i’ve already setup 3 of them, so i kinda know my way around it.

    #1262
    Sam Platt
    Keymaster

    Could all the content be migrated over? or would we have to start fresh?

    #1263
    Sam Platt
    Keymaster

    So we can have two databases.. I just need to setup a subdomain… As far as install they can not install it… so I would need to figure out how to install the program on the subdomain.

    #1265
    Matthewdupreez
    Participant

    yes you could just copy and paste all the content across…

    if it is on a subdomain it should not be hard at all.

    who is hosting your site? what company?

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