Yes, the speed is very important, I agree with you and think we are talking at cross purposes. Let me try to explain . The recordings were made quite early. The picture from the previous post still during the CLB. I've seen no point in flipping the entire circuit again to check if the FLP changes when I adjust the CRZ ALT. I have a parrallel post in the german forum and give the pictures from there also gladly here. It is good to see that at WPT RADEL the ALT is provided with FL155. It can therefore be assumed that up to then a reasonable DES has taken place. The picture from the last post shows my plane during the CLB below FL100 (265ktn) and after entering the new CRZ ALT of FL380. The big speed value (0ktn in Picture 1) shows only the current Speed (I'm Standing at the gate) not the Speed at this WPT so we don't know how high the Speed value at this wpt is. But it is also clear to see on the FPL that I am not flying any of the displayed waypoints on the FPL, since none are displayed white. I scrolled to this Point in the FLP.
Picture 1: FLP at the gate with calculated FL330:
Picture 2: changing FL330 to FL 380 during the CLB (265Ktn) a few minutes earlier.
I did nothing more than to change FL330 to FL380
I can't take any other Pictures before tomorrow evening.
Following a private message from @Aldarean questioning why I'm talking about speed, I want to point out that the reason I mention speed is that, if the aircraft expects you to be doing 315kts during the descent and you are only doing 265kts, you're obviously going to end up very high due to the lack profile drag, and this might be the cause of your woes.
I'M using Steve'S DX10 Fix now for quite a while and simply do not see any issue with the A320. So please show me a screesnhot of what you are seeing.
And to make sure, you are on ver. 1.31?
So what did you change?
I was also thinking that the turn should not be a problem, but unfortunately it becomes such. I will share my memory here only because I am out of station for some time.
Just before reaching DM412 the computer draws an arc for the right turn going into course 171, which the autopilot follows. Before reaching the center of the turn, approaching DM427, another arc is drawn for the second right turn to follow course 262 and DM427 becomes the next WP in the flight plan. When the plane reaches the connecting point between the 2 arcs the autopilot gets confused and the plane stops following the second arc. The plane is diverted somewhere east, which has nothing to do with the road and skips DM427, no matter that it is the next WP in the plan. I will try to use DIR function to DM426 or whatever the next WP is, however this will be done after some time when I come back home.