currently there is an underlying issue where some datarefs don't show up on the start of a flight. Those seem to be mostly custom ones. We are investigating. Manually reloading the bindings from the Honeycomb menu once the simulation has started helps.
Other than that, I've tried assigning "laminar/B738/annunciator/parking_brake" via the ConfigTool and got the parking brake annunciator to light up on the Bravo. Also "laminar/B738/autopilot/cmd_a_status" works for me for the FCU-AP Led.
Thanks for the hint...I've fixed that for the default throttle profile. Will be in the next version.
Ich habe das hier gefunden:
Ansonsten, suche nach USA VFR charts.
Vielen Dank für Deine Hilfe.Ja den Downloader habe ich schon installiert.Habs eigentlich so gemacht wie Du es beschrieben hast.Hmmm,werde es heute Nachmittag nochmal probieren.Vielen Dank nochmal und eine gute und gesunde Woche.
I agree with you, Rado!
Yesterday I only had a preliminary introduction to MFS. Definitely, we can say that Microsoft has set a very high bar and its competitors will be very difficult to compete with MFS. But the main thing is how to properly distribute your forces in long-distance running and not burn out at the start Also, I am sure that the P3D developers will not give up their positions just like that. I wonder what the next step of Prepar3D will be.
I still walk under the impression of the cities I saw in MFS.
Of course, I carefully read the topic on the forum about CRJ. I read on one of the forums that PMDG may prepare a 737 project this year. From other vendors such as Majestic Software, Milviz, Carenado, etc., I have not yet heard certain information regarding their plans for MFS. I think they are working in this direction.