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Hanse

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  2. Weil dieses Thema im englischen Forum ausführlich diskutiert wurde, werde ich den Beitrag schliessen......
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  4. I just uploaded some changes in respect to 10.000 feet lights action........ Overlapping cabin crew calls for saetbelts and NoPED signs during climb are now seperated...... During climb and after passing 10.000 feet the signs can be manually switched on again......(if necessary) and of course off when no longer required. During descent and before passing the 10.000 feet signs can be switched on and positions are checked when passing 10.000 feet Those changes will be included in the next update/hotfix soon to be released..... Regards, Rolf
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  6. This sometimes happens if the TA is quite low and the AFTER TO CL is still running when passing TA. I see now possibility to change this...... Regards. Rolf
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  9. But I had another idea how to seperate the two calls. The checklist update will be included in the update/hotfix ......... Regards, Rolf
  10. Richard, the KEGE approach is not a good example for testing because there is no ILS or similar approach....... If you want to test the changes then please do it at another aiport p.e. with an ILS/LOC or RNAV approach....... Because the CL code is built for such "normal" approaches..... Regards, Rolf
  11. David, today I made some changes in the checklist code which during descent allows the user to switch on the cabin signs before passing 10.000 feet...... (e. g. without any problems). The changes will be included in the next hotfix / update....... Regards, Rolf
  12. Luis, I used the P3Dv4 "SAVE" function and it works well. But in connection with the Checklist enabled you have to be carefull at which point of the flight you do the saving of the flight. I normally do it at two points: Before DESCENT (still at CRZ LVL) e.g. after the message on the Infobar has appeared that the CL will start in x miles...... But make sure that on the FCU the CRZ ALT is not yet changed. Enter the DESCENT TO ALT after the CL has been finished..... Another point is during DESCENT after the FINAL CL became active (green) and before the APPR CL becomes available....... Regards, Rolf
  13. The problem seems to be "the manually interference" with the checklist and the copilot. What I do not understand is the reason why you want to make the settings youself even that you set the copilot to ON. If you want to make the settings yourself then do not use the copilot....... If you have the same problems with the settings even that the copilot is OFF please let me know and I will have a look into it again..... Regards, Rolf
  14. Luis, SBSP: If you selected the ILS RWY17R approach the MDA is 2.820 feet. Because it is an ILS CAT1 approach the values are MDA whereas DH is only used for ILS CAT II and III. But if you use the LOC RWY17R approach then the MDA has to be set to 3.100 feet..... CHECKLIST: Checklist starts are only possible based on the 4 predefined ACFT STATES because a certain fixed configuration is needed. If you are alredy in the air and have forgotten to start the checklist then there is no way to do this because the checklist does not know where at which point to start from. Regards, Rolf
  15. I just finished the new checklist- and copilot version - making several adaptations - and think that it soon will released with the next hotfix. I found the issue in connection with the A319 IAE model and tested it e. g. now also the Landing CL works in the A319 IAE. Regards, Rolf
  16. I just finished the new checklist- and copilot version - making several adaptations - and think that it soon will released with the next hotfix. I tested it several times on the SBSP RWY17 RY KOMG3A via PAGOG approach and everything went well. So I am sure that it also works on other approaches at airports with a higher altitude than normal. But what you have to make sure is that the correct DH/MDA is entered into the MCDU on the PERF APPR page and that FCU APPR is set to ON......... Regards, Rolf
  17. Bernd, basically the procedures differ from airline to airline. And generally speaking you are right e. g. there are a lot more things to be entered and checked which we do not cover in all the checklists. But we devellopped this one together with RL-pilots and got their approval. The COCKPIT PREP CL covers all the important ones and those items are not done prior to working with the checklists but when going through it. So the checklist is not a reminder if certains items have been "forgotten" and settings are not made or not correctly. If you look through the RL documents you will always find that the parking brakes are content of the checklists. Visually checking the ECAM RECALL page as well as pushing the ENG FIRETEST buttons are not "saved" - also not in the real plane e.g. there are no indicators for it CVR is already set ON during COCKPIT PREP so that recording is also running until engine start when it is automtically enabled - RL procedure Regards, Rolf
  18. Sorry, but until now you are the only user having this problem and I am not able to reproduce it. If there is no response it means that your flight controls settings are not acknowledged by the CL. Please have a look into the ECAM FCTL page (as well as on the PFD) if your stick movements are recognized? Maybe you should recalibrate your joystick........ Regards, Rolf
  19. Hi Bernd, do I understand / remember it right that you make all your cockpit preparation settings before you start the COCKPIT PREP CL? And you then want that all your previously made settings are "acknowledged" by the CL? Sorry but this is something very individual and until now no other user "complained" about the current programming and wanted it to be changed....... Based on this and as I have other priorities (requested by a couple of users) I will not change the COCKPIT PREP CL as required. Regards, Rolf
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  21. "So, regarding the non-reset of the MCDU, I suppose it is preferable that I post in the MCDU forum?" Richard, in any case yes because it has nothing to do with the Landing CL issues. But please explain what you mean with RESET in detail. There is only one RESET of the CL (if you do not close the sim): After the PARKING CL has been finished and the TA ACFT STATE automatically has been loaded...... Regards, Rolf
  22. Luis, then something is wrong with you installation and maybe not uptodate. If no ACFT STATE is set to DEF in the MCDU 3 (this is standard after installation) then all models should start in the TAKEOFF state....... Regards, Rolf
  23. Hi Richard, no it has nothing to do with RESET. In the meantime I found the reasons for this behaviour and we are trying to fix those. As soon as I was able to fix those issues (depending on another developper) and the tests went well then I will inform you........ Regards, Rolf
  24. Luis, thanks for all your effort and in the meantime I could reproduce the issue and also found the "mistake" in the code e. g. the 319IAE flaps limits values were different from all the other models. The new hotfix will be released soon after also I fixed the other issue in connection with the LANDING CL e.g. problems when landing at airports with a higher altitude then normal....... Regards, Rolf
  25. You should look at the previous pages ..... this happens because in the previous pages some pseudo waypoints like T/C, T/D, DECEL etc. are added / recalculated...... which have an influence on the sequence and content of the flight plan. Normally you just display the actual part (use the F-PLAN key again and you will just see the actual part of the flight plan)...... The other parts you only use for checking..... Regards, Rolf
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