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    • You don't use a Script you use the Custom Axis selection not a Regular Axis....
    • So I’ve noticed an issue with the advisory VNAV indicator (the snow flake). In reality the snow flake acts similar to a raw data glide slope indicator. It shows the pilot their position relative to the actual position of the glideslope (or descent path in the case of the advisory VNAV). The problem I’ve noticed is that the snowflake seems to be programmed more like a flight director. A flight director will show the pilot where they need to position to nose in order to maintain or ATTAIN the path they want. The advisory VNAV isn't designed to give the pilot any information on how to get back on the slope other than telling them whether they're above or below it.   As an example, if I start my descent too late then I will be well above the path. It doesn’t matter what rate I begin to descend at. The snowflake will show me that I’ve above the path until I intercept the actual path (this is exactly how a raw data glideslope indicator works). Unfortunately this isn’t how it’s programmed in the Aerosoft CRJ. It’s programmed to act more like a flight director. So, in my example above, if I’m well above the slope, then as soon as I start a descent at a rate that will get me back on the slope (even though I may be nowhere near the slope yet), the snowflake will be centred. This is not how it operates in real life. The snowflake should only ever be centred when you are physically on the proper descent path. Again, just like the raw data glideslope indicator. I suppose it’s possible that it was programmed this way intentionally as it is a bit easier. If that’s the case then I apologize but I just wanted to clarify that as it currently designed, it does not reflect the real plane.
    • Hi,   die Profile vom HC Konfigurator sind komplett unabhängig von den X-Plane Eigenen und behandeln auch keine Achsen. Nur die Knöpfe und Drehschalter.   Auf welcher MAC OS Version läuft denn der Simulator? 
    • Hi Juergen,   in one of the exported .jsons the switch was defined to switch the parking brake off...but the opposite one for off was empty. So...I rectified that. Try and see if it works for you, now. PMDG_NGX(u)_Throttle.json
    • OK, that would explain it then. Thanks Tom, for the quick response.   Hal
    • Ich mache/habe das immer so gemacht, dass ich mir, zum Beispiel in EDDS (Stuttgart) eine IFR Platzrunde "zusammengebastelt" habe. Mit allen wichtigen Abschnitten wie SID, STAR und ILS. Diese Platzrunde dauert etwa 20 Minuten.   
    • That is a bug in the content manager of the current MSFS version (1.15.7.0 and 1.15.8.0). It shows no content in your community folder as installed. The add-on however work just fine in the sim.  
    • Good day,   When trying to install the Greater Moncton Airport CYQM on a fresh OS and MSFS install, I seem to be having a bit pf trouble.   After running the installer, the files are put into the community folder as expected. When I open the Sim and check the Content manager it shows as not installed.   What have I missed or done wrong? When I first got it a while ago it installed completely. Did I miss a step here somewhere?   Here are the steps I took. 1 - Confirmed that it was not in the Community folder.  2 - Unzip the  file to a fresh location 3 - Run the install .exe file giving all the necessary information and the Key. 4 - Rum MSFS. check Content Manager. In the "Not installed" list the airport shows up, but I do not see any way to install or activate it.   Any assistance greatly appreciated.   Hal  
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