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About bhorv67

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  1. After installing the public beta for Rex SkyForce with P3D V5.1 compatibility, I set the proper path to the metar_report.xml. PFPX gives an error that it cannot read the weather and then choses 'no weather'.
  2. I'm finding that launching the Leonardo Maddog Load Manager will overwrite this .dll back to version 1.0. I can confirm I have the latest working build of the MD82 (b725) and yet each time the load manager is launched it's reverting the .dll. For now until this is sorted, I'm keeping the correct .dll handy where I can replace as necessary.
  3. As an experiment, I just did a reinstall of the CRJ. I made of copy of the OIDC.dll from the updater ( and will check before each launch if the version is being overwritten by something. Will report back any findings.
  4. I can report that I do indeed have CRJ installed and I'll get this dark aircraft after one or 2 normal flights. I'm guessing the OIDC.dll contained in this post is older, yet the update did not fix this for me. My remedy is to completely uninstall/reinstall the CRJ, which then it works for only a few flights, then reverts back to a dead aircraft, to which again, I have to uninstall/reinstall.
  5. I'm just asking if this title could go on a sale at some point. I'd like to buy it, but the regular price is a bit high.
  6. Could PFPX please go on sale or offer a discount
  7. Thanks Hans - would it make more sense to create a honeycomb profile for the CRJ pro?
  8. Correction to my earlier post, All 4 toggle switches have to be on for the AP to remain functioning - Master Alt & Bat, Avionics Bus1 & Bus2
  9. Reporting back - I think I found the issue. It's the Honeycomb yoke. The default switch settings in P3d that are mapped to the honeycomb yoke 'Master Alt & Bat' or button 13 & 15. I never use these switches, and have never mapped them to anything, so in my setup, these switches are always off. When I get above 22000 ft, the AP disconnects. If these switches are 'on', the AP functions as normal. I'm curious why did the AP only disconnect when above 22000ft? Both the Master Alt & Bat switch have to be on for the AP to remain functioning. I checked in P3d, and neither of
  10. Reporting back on status: I reinstalled in my last post and in the first few flights, all is working as expected. I hadn't used the CRJ in over a week and now just tried a flight and I'm getting the same issue where the aircraft loads into the sim (after spawning using a default p3d plane) cold and dark, but completely unresponsive. Dave doesn't function, the yoke is stuck turned all the way left. I can't apply power or do anything. I'm still suspecting that Windows Defender is somehow finding a specific system file for the CRJ and removing it, although I think I
  11. Thanks Rolf, So far this is happening in the A320/321 I'm using P3d 4.5HF3 I'll try a reinstall and report back - thanks
  12. the 0 vspeed was happening on every flight concurrent to the AP disconnect problem, at any airport. My thought is perhaps there was some corruption during install which was causing both issues.
  13. ok, so after a third uninstall/reinstall, AP appears to be functioning normally. I realized after the third install I was also having an issue with Dave. While the AP issue was happening, Dave could not set any vspeeds for takeoff - all speeds were '0'. Now since the latest reinstall and AP is working, vspeeds are reading correctly. I"m wondering if Windows Defender is somehow causing this issue either during the install or during flight. I'm usually really good about making sure Defender real-time protection is off during any install and when P3d is running, but it has a wa
  14. Gents, would like to point out some issues I'm having post the latest update With the checklists & copilot enabled, these items below are not being completed properly as they have in the past: after pushback, flaps are called to the setting in MCDU. Copilot audible confirms correct flap setting, but flaps are commanded to full. I have to manually adjust to intended setting. Repeatable on every flight after takeoff, flaps are called to be retracted. Copilot commands flaps retract. ECAM indicates '0', but flap position indicator (directly above '0') remains set. I h
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