I've come across 2 issues so far with this scenery.
1. The lights around the airport don't seem to be DX10 compatible as there are several white squares under the light poles around the airport. In DX9 this doesn't seem to be a problem.
2. There seems to be a transparency issue with the markings on the apron as well.
3. The config tool throws an unhandled exception when trying to update, that it can't resolve "flybeyondstudios.com". See attached pic.
Well, first, yes, I've searched through the forum for answers, but all I found was arguments about why something wasn't modelled this way or that way. I'm not here to argue why anything was done the way it was done. I love this product, and that's saying a lot because I enjoy Boeings more than the Busses, but if I have to fly one, then this has to be it.
My problem is that, I had enough range, and still almost didn't make it.
There surely has to be something wrong somewhere.
On a flight from Kahului, HI (PHOG) to LAX, I used BOTH PFPX and AS Fuel Planner, checking and cross checking to make sure everything was good. According to both, it was.
The load was 149 PAX, 5900 lbs cargo (baggage) - ZFW 124433 to be exact. The flight plan was 2192 NM. 95 NM to the alternate. Using Class II operations for fuel planning in PFPX, I was given right around 40000 lbs of fuel for release. FAR reserve of 3950, Hold fuel of 4000 (45 mins each). Plugged all these numbers along with my average tail wind (28) into AS fuel planner, and it came within 200 lbs of what PFPX gave me. Of course, I loaded the top number. According to the fuel summary, we'd land in Los Angeles with a hearty 10500 lbs of fuel remaining.
Now for the problem. With tailwinds exceeding my assumptions (so, faster travel time, less consumption, yes?), and 2 step climbs to maintain Optimum Cruise altitude - at M .78, I ended up landing at LAX with ONLY 1500 LBS of fuel remaining!!
If I've made a mistake, then please tell me where to look, but to me, it seems there may be a problem with a fuel flow scalar somewhere.
Thanks for your time,
The three position toggle switches featured on the A320 overhead panel, such as landing lights, seat belt signs, emergency exit lights, etc. aren't working with my switches using FSUIPC. I'd like to build my own overhead panel, but I am afraid I'll have a problem configuring the three position switches.