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  1. The fuel used and ETE reseting after loading from autosave are currently known limitations. However it should not be connected in any way cargo not loading. Also made a test myself by loading a flight that I did yesterday from autosave and all Payload values were correct.
  2. Check Prepar3D settings for "Select Item 1" & "Select Item 2". By default those are binded to keys 1 and 2 and whatever keys are selected for those are used to control the checklist.
  3. Hello Jose, What version of P3D and Windows are you using? Do you get any error message in event viewer about the CTD?
  4. Especially on shorter flights Cost Index doesn't really play that big of a factor on fuel usage. On Longer flights it becomes more important but still the difference isn't that big on single flight. But the cumulative effect when you apply this to whole fleet over the span of a year is already significant. So the difference is so small that when doing fuel calculations the cost index doesn't really matter that much. But with software like simbrief the cost index affects several other things than just fuel usage and that's probably why it asks it to make better predictions (on top of estimating the fuel usage).
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  7. Hello, This issue will be fixed on the next experimental update. Thanks for reporting.
  8. Just received the latest information that the server should be back running now.
  9. Hello Ben, we have identified that there is currently an issue with the CFD server and are working to resolve it and bring the server back online as soon as possible.
  10. Because we believe this topic has been answered we have closed it. If you have any more questions feel free to open a new topic.
  11. To simplify Cost Index: CI = cost of time / cost of fuel With low cost index you are using least possible amount of fuel to complete the flight but at the same time you are also using the most time to complete the flight. With higher cost index you are using less time to complete the flight but in exchange you are using more fuel to complete the flight. This is the very basics of it. Depending on how much different areas cost to operate the Cost Index can be adjusted accordingly. So since CI=0 means that you are using least possible fuel to complete the flight that's why the M for Minus in front. Means that you will save that fuel from trip fuel and therefore can subtract it from the trip fuel is the flight is completed with CI=0 instead of the planned cost index in the flightplan.
  12. Also, are you using checklists when this happens?
  13. Hi guys, we are looking into the issue that was mentioned here and keenrw also worte about. In the meantime please keep an eye out if the CTD with heading select happens again and if you can isolate it happening only in certain cases. I am not sure if the CTD is related to that issue since I tried that approach to Stansted to confirm the ND drawing issue but didn't encounter any CTD myself in that case. But we'll keep an eye on it.
  14. It's very hard to say what could have changed since I cannot reproduce this issue myself. To me it looks like it's something local on your system or the way the default flight is being loaded, but it's hard to say without having a more detailed look. But I am glad that we found a workaround for you.
  15. Unfortunately I am unable to recreate this issue. Tried to load directly to A320 IAE from P3D menu and also by loading the default Raptor first and then A320 IAE. In Both cases the Takeoff state loaded normally with altitude set to 7000 feet and solid blue on PFD. Do you have any special panel states saved as default flight that the aircraft is perhaps trying to load? Also, on your initial message you said that you load the Airbus after loading the default Raptor first. Is the issue present if you load directly to the Airbus?
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