Flew 2 more flights today, same route , same aircraft, one at FL150 and one at FL 190 which is above the Transition level. The FL150 flight had the repeated baro reference captain request which was silenced by pressing "b". The FL190 did not have any problem because going through transition level, the Captain resets the baro pressure. Problem solved.
Hi there, I recently purchased the Aerosoft Airbus A320/A321. It works well but I noticed that there was a program included in the install package called AirbusX Extended Livery Manager. The problem is, I don't know how to use it. For example, I opened the program and decided that I wanted the EasyJet livery. But when I clicked on Add Livery, it comes up telling me to 'Select File to Install'. What does this mean? Why is the File Name box blank? What am I supposed to put in it? Furthermore, when I go into my FSX/SimObjects/Airplanes/Airbus A320 CFM, I see that the EasyJet texture is already there. So why is the livery not appearing when I select the aircraft in FSX?. Surely the internet is not required. What if I didn't have access to it? Surely, these liveries must be preinstalled, or why would they bother giving me a Livery Manager program. Basically, I need someone to explain to me how to use this livery program and how to install them. Thanks. I HAVE ATTACHED A SCREENSHOT SHOWING HOW FAR I HAVE GOT BEFORE NOT KNOWING WHAT TO DO NEXT. NOTE HOW THE FILE NAME BOX IS BLANK.
Forgot to mention I just changed the certified ceiling from FL120 to FL200, since I only fly the real plane without oxygen (+due to the lack of a turbo). But with certified ceiling FL120 the same error occured. The only difference compared to the SR22T.txt file I see are the isa-10 and isa+10 cruise figures. But Socata doesn't have those figures included in the POH.
Right then, next leg, KEWR to KIAD, second try as FS crashed first time. Pushback at KEWR Climbing over the city of New York, KEWR in the background. Final for runway 01R at KIAD. Parked at KIAD. Thanks for watching Peter
Richly, I don't have a laptop so can't run PFPX, but there's only data present up to 12,000ft. Best will in the world but I can't see how PFPX could correctly plan up to 200 if there's no data available to it.
Gernot, you're absolutely right. I usually don't use sceneries from unknown sources coming with an installer being more than a unzipper. I always want to know the content of a package. When knowing the structure how a scenery is build then you can judge with some certainty whether it's clean or not.