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    • Wer seine Flugpläne händisch ins FMC eingibt, hier eine kleine Erleichterung, falls noch nicht bekannt.   Beispiel: EDDV/09L WERA3Y WERRA P605 ELNAT Z190 VELIS T194 ERTES ERTE2T EDDN/10   Die meisten Flugpläne setzen sich aus Airways und Waypoints zusammen. Die Flugpläne lassen sich schneller eingeben, wenn man den Beginn des Airways (z.B. P605) und dann den nächsten Airway Z190 eingibt, der Waypoint zum Verlassen der Luftstrasse (in diesem Fall ELNAT) wird dann automatisch eingefügt. Durch Eingabe von T194 würde automatisch VELIS dem Flugplan hinzugefügt. In diesem Flugplan müssen lediglich der erste (WERRA) und letzte Wegpunkt (ERTES) eingegeben werden, dann funzt es.   Diese Vorgehensweise habe ich mit der Zibo 737-800 und der FF B767-300ER ausprobiert, und es klappt.
    • Hello,   Please see my screenshots to see what kind of issue I am dealing with. Also, the MCDU with options to handle doors, A/C states etc. has no click spots. I can move the window around but cannot click any LSK buttons.   Background which might help you: PTA 2.62 used, no issues with any aircraft so far. Completely restored the original P3Dv4 shader, deinstalled the Bus after that and didn't touched PTA since then. FSLabs SpotLight installed. Disabled for testing purposes but no difference. I have not tried to deinstall Spotlight yet. Tested different liveries, different day times etc. No difference. Admin rights were given during installation. Version 1.0.1.0   Any idea?   Regards Chris  
    • Hi Holgi and everyone!   I would like to request WIZZair's 100th Airbus' (HA-LTD) livery and also if possible it's older brother's HA-LTA. I will link a few pics.   Thanks in advance!!      Tango Delta:  https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9004762; https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8999043 Tango Alpha: https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8988591; https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8945649
    • From “What's not available, what's wrong?”   Independent Navigation Display (ND) for FO with its own mode, range and EFIS  control knobs. It will allow complete separate settings between FO and CPT (currently a 1:1 copy of CAP ND). Planned for SP1. I don’t know if this will be the solution or if they can optimize the current display before SP1. Maybe it is something only happening to a few of us, but I doubt it is a hardware problem.
    • Sim Brief - 100 Pax = 100 * 105 (80 kg Pax + 25 kg Bag) total weight:  10,500 Fuel Planner - 100 Pax = 100 * 83 (8300) + 2500 Cargo or Baggage(25 * 100)) = 10,800 Change MCDU 3 Pax from 83 - 80 (3 KG * 100) = -300   10,800 - 300 = 10,500. Payload   Since there are requirements to have cargo in addition to baggage, and for those that MUST have things match exactly (which all of this is avoided if you just make the ZFW match regardless of what's loaded) I will ask about one of the following.   1.  Adjusting the passenger weights in the fuel planner to include the baggage of guess what  (80 + 25 Sim Brief) ;-) and let the cargo slider be used for "Cargo"  OR 2.  Changing the CARGO slider in the fuel planner to read BAGGAGE which would auto adjust with the passengers (25 kg for each pax) and adding separate entry for "CARGO"  :-)   The way it's really done is passenger weight and baggage weight is for Carry On Baggage NOT baggage in the cargo hold. You then have cargo hold baggage and then you have cargo.  Maybe an Option 3...i'll ask.