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Romano Lara

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  1. I agree with you, but here's the thing...you cannot feel anything while flying a computer based simulator. Unlike irl where you can anticipate changes before the FD commands it, because you feel certain things, like when an aircraft loses momentum, wind changes, thermal effects, etc. None of those are observable in the sim, everything is visual. Can't fly by the seat of your pants in the sim. And here is where I disagree with sim pilots about how an aircraft should be. People are confusing stable and unstable with the aircraft's normal flight control responses. I'm simply comparing how a good majority ruled that this product is unstable and demanded immediate changes, when most people's experiences are flying the A330 from seat 30A .The fact of the matter is, the A330 is a heavy aircraft. It will fly as such. People here want it to fly like a 152 with horizontal axis in their FD moving immediately as soon as they move the stick. But the reality may be that it would take a few seconds delay.
  2. You can always use V/S mode to deviate...then just return to your previous CRZ as normal...just make sure also your CRZ lvl is still the same in the PROG page.
  3. I like the FPS performance in my sim. Maybe I've been spoiled with maintaining 40-50 fps in high density airports. But in a place where I'd normally get 40-50 fps in another aircraft, I get 30-35 in the A330. I wonder what kind of performance I'll get when I take this to FlyTampa Boston Reboot where it's already sluggish performance with other aircraft. I do hope there is an option to disable the EFB though to save some performance. Since I already fly with a secondary monitor.
  4. I'm sorry but I quite disagree with this. Being consistent with a philosophy does not equate to consistency in handling. None of my friends who've flown A330/340s agree that it flies much like an A320. The A350 and A320 handles similarly, according to them. But not the A330. Even two small LSAs like the Quicksilver and S-12 fly very differently from each other.
  5. Somehow...I agree with this..that's why I backed up the .DLL. Now the A330 feels and flies like a super stable narrow body . I meant to ask @Mathijs Kok about this. Was this update because there is something fundamentally wrong about the physics, or this was released to address the instability complaints? Because if it's yes, I'd happily stick with original DLL as it was published. I think a good number of those complaining about its handling are actually just getting themselves in PIOs and blaming it on the product. Pilots in real life spend a good amount of time training to fly the A330. And here people already dis on the product as unstable within 24 hours from its release. Not sure what to feel.
  6. I just noticed. When you select CONF+1 in the MCDU, and you accidentally put flaps 2, it won't be possible to return to CONF+1. You have to press F5 in the keyboard, which commands the flaps to retract fully, then set 1+F again.
  7. Sounds like you are not properly engaging the correct modes. Airbus golden rule. Know your FMA. It would be helpful to include in your problem description the current mode you were in when you noticed the issues.
  8. Will do on my next flight....but maybe a while....just got the A330.
  9. Hi Dave! This is great stuff, thank you. Sorry to hijack, but do you also have this for the A320/A321?
  10. I was on the same fence a few months back, saved me a few dollars.
  11. This is only the second time I've experienced this, only with the IAE version. Although I'm not sure if this is how it's supposed to behave. When initiating engine start, the upper ECAM display is showing XX on EPR, EGT, and N1..... it only shows activity once the engine is fully started, which I find to be a bit unusual. I'm using the latest beta version.
  12. Just a quick question. I noticed that by default, checklist and co-pilot is off by default and have to be started manually. Is this normal? Thanks.
  13. Even my smoothest touchdowns in a Quicksilver LSA, on a grass runway, always feels stiff.
  14. Just an update on this. Earlier on a different flight, I had to select new DEST due to diversion. Same problem, none of the managed mode works. 1. Entered new DEST 2. Programmed IAP 3. Changed final CRZ ALT thru PROG page 4. Came time to descend, only OP DES or V/S works. No TOD marker either.
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