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  1. Hi ckyliu, thanks a lot for your respond - I will try that! Many thanks and have a nice evening! Greets Bob
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    Where is the Config.exe?

    Hi Tom, thanks a lot. It solved the Problem, here it is again. I checked this in my anti-Virus Software bevor but didn´t Show me anything , but now, 15 min later I could see it. Thanks a lot, everythings okay now. Have a nice evening Greets Bob
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    Where is the Config.exe?

    Hi, Yesterday I installed the Airbus and made the config as told in the Manual and today I wanna Change anything in that config and my config.exe is gone...?????? the Folder c:\programm files (x86)\aerosoft A318-A319 Professional\Configurator is empty! How can that be? I installed it again but it don´t Show up any more, not even if I made a complete istallation after deleting every one and even file. Where ist it??? Searching the compu did not Show anything... Greets Bob
  4. Emanuel, I tried it once again and this time the Speed and climbrate was okay... what is left is the Problem with the blocked trim... have you any idea? Greets
  5. and should I mention that at that time I didn´t use any AP or auto-throttle, flying just only by Hand with throttle and yoke
  6. Sure, let´s have a look... I use Chaseplane, FSUIPC, I have installed GSX but use it very seldom because I dont like it... I also have Active sky2016 (was disabled as that happend) and have several addon-scenery. The Airport where that happend was KPVS, the system-starting-Airport of P3D - I use it as Test-Flight-Airport. By the way: the FMC say that this airort is not in database? Maybe my filter in the config? That´s all I have in use. Thanks. Bob
  7. Hi Emanuel, negativ, I don´t own and don´t use anything from A2A. My aircrafts are PMDG 737-747, FSLabs 320/319 and your beyond the P3D System-aircraft. Greets Bob
  8. Hi Emanuel, same happend to me. Takeoff Speed was set and at about 120kn the aircraft suddenly from one moment to the other had 320kn and was climbing about 5000 pm. I did nothing just like I did more than hundreds times before...??? Next thing is, that the Airbus has no reaction to the trim. I´m using FSUIPC and Saitek yoke. so I set the trim to the toggle and programmed it in FSUIPC. everytime I´m using the trim I can see that the trim wheel wants to move, but it don´t move just like it is blocked. What can it be? Thanks a lot for your time. Greets Bob
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    Repaints, livery requests, repaint support

    Here are the Images , I hope the ulpoad will work... Many Greets Bob
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    Repaints, livery requests, repaint support

    Here´s the Air Bahama DC-8. The Original was a series 63 - but as we don´t have aSeries 63 i did the repaint to the Series 50. Have fun! texture.TF_FLE.zip
  11. Hi everybody, do anybody know where I can get the template for PFPX for the new Aerosoft DC-8? Thanks a lot and many greets to everybody! Bob
  12. Hi friends, thanks a lot, I will try. Thanks once again!!!! Greets Bob
  13. Hi Folks, sorry guys, but why this Video isn´t available at normal you-tube? to be honest: I have no idea how to open that channel neither how to see any Video - at least... must I be a member of what? maybe you can give a short overview for all Readers of the Forum who want to have a look and don´t know how? would be very kind of you! and thanks a lot for the patience with us older people who don´t know too much about computer-handling and all that tricks... thanks and best wishes to you all Bob
  14. okay, and what about the PMDG´s? they have dimmable panel-lights since years...? Sorry, but I just want to understand it why they can do that...? I´d prefer to have better panel-lights than st. elmos fire cause the panel-lights are much more important to me as I need them more for the sim as st elmos wich is just only a spectacular view...