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    • Hallo Ingo,   die Begründung dafür ist denkbar einfach. Der Jetway ist leider nicht höhenverstellbar. Vielleicht bekommen wir von dem ursprünglichen Dortmund Entwickler irgendwann ein neues Objekt, sodass wir das ändern können.   Bis dahin müssen wir leider mit diesem kleinene Schönheitsfehler leben.   Gruß Marten
    • I'm having this issue too. Besides airspeed drops, I have also noticed the airplane is not moving on the ground even the N1 reached to 28%, however when I pause and un-pause, the plane accelerate rapidly. Below is my system information.    Operating System: Windows 10 pro Simulator version: Prepar3d v4.4.16 Academic Airbus version:  1.2.3.0 Add-ons in use: Ezdoc v3, Orbx System specs: 2600K, 1070, 16GB Description of the issue: Besides airspeed drops, I have also noticed the airplane is not moving on the ground even the N1 reached to 28%, however when I pause and un-pause, the plane accelerate rapidly Are you able to reproduce the issue? If so, what are the exact steps you are taking for this issue to happen? permanent issue Additional information (route, weights, special area where the issue occurred etc.): anywhere    
    • hello Pierre,   could you post the plan you used and also the airplane?
    • I have downloaded (I believe) a new version of Svalbard v102.  The filename is same as the filename that I used for original installation but the file size is larger so I'll assume there have been some adjustments.    Is it necessary to uninstall my presently installed Svalbard before installing the new one,  or is it OK to install the new Svalbard  "over"  the old one ?? Thank you, Ken Boardman
    • Hello Peter, I'm translating this into English for my own benefit for future reference when I need it.  Wish I would have asked you the same question years and years ago when trying to make a few FunFly/Contests, especially with the one I referenced above which was my first stab at it.  At the time somehow I figured it up according to the map scale (I think).  Anyway, Thanks for the mathematical formulas, it will be of great value to me.   Scott   ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Translation from Microsoft Translator (Auto-detect)   Hello Kurpfalz Flyers, Wheel (Radian) is the mathematical Unit of measurement Of the Angle, which corresponds 360 Degrees to the Value 2xPi. The geographic Coordinates are converted from longitude to width to the Values in Radian In Such a way as: Geographical Length: The Geographical Length is measured favorably in Degrees from Greenwich to the east. 180 ° (+ or-) lie just across from Greenwich on the other Side of The Globe. Step 1: The geographic Length is specified in degree minute seconds ( "GGG ° MM ' SS.sss ," GGG: Grade-179 ... + 179, MM: Minutes 0-59, SS: Seconds 0-59, .sss ...: Decimal Fractions of Seconds. 0-. 999 ...), first a Conversion to a decimal Format "GGG.ggg ... , "i.e. degree and decimal Fractions of it: GGG.ggg ... = GGG + MM/60 + SS.sss ... /3600. Example: 7 ° 53 ° 09,2544 "= (7 + 53/60 + 9,2544/3600) = 7.885904 ° (If the geographic Length is already in decimal degree format, this Step will be omitted) Step 2: Conversion of Degree to rad ( "Radian ") The Conversion to the Indication as "rad " (+/-R.rr...) takes place according to the following Formula: +/-R.rrrr... = +/-GGG.ggg ... /360 x 2 x Pi (Signs of length in rad is taken from the Indication in Degrees) Example: 7.885904 ° = 7.885904/360 x 2 x 3,141592654 ... Wheel = 0.137634989 rad It is necessary to use many Decimal Points (including Pi), otherwise a few km of Errors will quickly arise on a global Scale. Latitude: The latitude is measured from the Equator (0 °) to the Poles (N: + 90 °, S:-90 °) and therefore has a maximum of two Digits For the Grade. Moreover, the Procedure is the same as in the geographical Length. Example: 54 ° 10 ' 57,972 "= (54 + 10/60 + 57,972/3600) = 54,18277 (1st Step) 54,18277 ° = 54.18277/360 x 2 x Pi rad = 0.945667734 rad (2nd Step) The Values for Length in rad are in the Range of Pi ... + Pi (-3,1415926 ... + 3,1415926), the Width in the Range-Pi/2 ... + Pi/2 (-1.570796327 ... + 1,570796327) Vg Peter
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