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    • nice, danke für die Inputs 👍
    • Hello!  I installed v3 of EZDok after upgrading to it in my installation of FSX:SE.  Once I did, started the sim and selected an A320 aircraft I noted that two of the "view system" pullout choices had been "hijacked" by EZDok to display certain camera views.  Struggling with how to change these wasn't proving fruitful so I removed the EZDok installation and restarted the PC.  After restarting FSX:SE and reselecting the Airbus I note that the two "view system" choices are still linked to EZDok views although it is no longer installed.  I'm guessing that those selections are buried in a .cfg file somewhere and am wondering what the best way is to reset them to Aerosoft's original settings without having to reinstall the aircraft.  Any thoughts anyone?
    • I'm also having problems with the default 744 RB211 (and others) profile getting a normal performance-based step climb with no optimisations.  Altitude selection is definitlely weird compared to 1.28.8 which I was using before.  I more often than not have to force step climbs by looking at an optimum altitude vs. weight table.
    • Customer's issues the Wind Data have been resolved, it was nothing to do with software.    
    • Hallo Othello,   sehr anschaulich und absolut nachvollziehbar erklärt.       Gruß Reiner