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Hanse

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  1. I do not understand the issue or the problem you have and what has the GSX message has to do with it. The message is just a statement from GSX. Additionally wit the last update nothing has been changed in connection with the GSX integration into the Aerosoft Airbuses. So I do not underdstand what you want to express. Regards, Rolf
  2. As soon as we have finished testing......
  3. Andrew, please open a new thread for this new subject. Also please give us more details about the flight with the A330 and maybe send us a screenshot of the INFOBAR content before reaching T/D. Thanks. Regards, Rolf
  4. Nikita, there is no difference of the original CabinCrew sounds between the A330 and the smaller models. This means you can use the ones available for the A320 (on AvSim or other sites) also in the A330. Regards, Rolf
  5. Atti, please have look at the following thread: As already stated this is a known issue and will be solved with the next update..... Regards, Rolf
  6. Andrew, I believe you are using a complete wrong procedure. First you have to import the Loadsheet data into the MCDU3 (= INIT LOADSHEET) e.g. GSX needs to know which amount of fuel (as well as pax and freight) should be loaded. Those are the 3 fields on the left of the screen. Then you can ask GSX to refuel the plane and you will see that the number on the right starts blinking when the GSX fuel hose is connected to the plane and the process starts. Regards, Rolf
  7. Andrew, the reasons have been explained in detail and discussed in this thread. If you are using the CL / Copilot just as an "Automatic Settings Function" - and do not care what happens in the background - then you misuse this function because it was never developed for this purpose. As explained several times above the breaks are needed so that you are able to steer the plane between the different checks. We will not change this and please accept this decission. Regards, Rolf
  8. Andrew, After Start CL does not start if no PB is used: Why hijacking this thread for a complete different subject? Please have a look at the original thread where it has been stated that the fix will be included in the next update. This update is not yet published but will be released shortyl. GSX Fueling: The issue you are describing has also nothing to do with timing of the checklist. Please open a new thread with this subject and please explain in detail the various steps you are doing because I am not able to reproduce the issue. Regards, Rolf
  9. please look at: e.g. the issue is known and will be solved with the next update! Rolf
  10. I believe that this statement is a little bit unfair. We care for the majority of users and try to deliver something most people want and suit. But it is not possible also to satisfy a few users and their individual wishes. Of course technically we could do this but I believe you are not willing to pay for such a personal solution. If you do not like the solution provided with the update there is always the chance to go back to the previous version. I still do not see why those breaks we are talking about - which prolong the duration of some checklists for app. 1 or 2 minutes - are so importan
  11. Jeff, there are two ways to load the F-PLAN in your case: Enter KATL/KDEN (and not KATL\KDEN) into the scratchpad and use LSK1R. If there are more than one plan existing with the same departure / arrival airport after loading you are able to change to the other ones by using the key "arrow pointing right". Another possibility is to enter KATLKDEN01 and then using LSK1R. If in both cases this is not working please send us a copy of the flight plan (maybe there are some format errors) and inform us on the exact location of the folders where your flight plans are saved as well as where the A
  12. Hello Domingos, No problem to pass this flowchart on to your BAV-partners. Regards, Rolf
  13. In such cases I would suggest to start the TAXI CL manually via the MCDU3 CHECKLIST menu and not to wait until the plane reaches 10 knots. This saves some time...... and you can taxi with a lower speed (p. e. 5 kts) which also gives you some extra time......
  14. Christian, this statement is abolutely correct.But what happens in the meantime or better for what this break is used? If p.e. the TAXI CL is used, one of the first checks is AUTOBRAKE. This means you have to avert your eyes from the outside to the console to set the brakes to MAX. The next check is TAKEOFF DATA. This means you have to check the MCDU PERF page if all necessary values are entered. If there would be no break between those checks then your view would be diverted from the outside for app. 10 seconds (for two checks) which I believe is too long to still see where the plane is head
  15. I just want o make something clear: The basic intention of the CL-function is to guide the user through the various procedures so that he is able to make the necessary settings himself. The ViewFocus function assists him in doing so - saves him time and shows where those settings should be made. In the beginning e. g. to learn what has to be done, he can use the Copilot and just watch as the Copilot function also makes settings which are normally done by the PF. This is how the majority uses the CL and ViewFocus. For those users the implemented breaks (only when the plane is moving) are needed
  16. Gaz, in this section of the forum there is on top a pinned topic about the release.
  17. Thats means you are running the CL's not like in RL but like an automatic settings function? In RL there are two persons doing the checks and settings whereas in the sim you have to make all checks and settings yourself. If you really want to do it like in RL those breaks are needed if the plane is not on AP - like in most cases after takeoff. And the BARO CHECK works also if the CL is still running when TRANS ALT is passed. So what is the problem with that?
  18. To make the procedure stated above more clear I prepared a flow chart for TRIM-setting. Please find this attached and follow exactly the described procedure. If something is working different on your system then I believe there is no other way to a complete new installation. Regards, Rolf TRIM Setting.pdf
  19. Oliver, thanks for the indepth explanation. I also own SimWings Pro EDDH v5 and just checked the feature you described. It is really an improvement, setting the value to 100%. So it would be great, if EDDF would be updated to the same level e. g. also include the possibility to set the runway brightness to 100%. Looking foward to it. Regards, Rolf
  20. Hallo Hans, der Fehler ist inzwischen auch bei mir reproduzierbar und wir haben die Ursache gefunden. Wird mit dem nächsten Update behoben. Gruß Rolf
  21. Sorry, but earlier there was another thread with nearly the same subject. Those discrepancies will be solved with the next update. Regards, Rolf
  22. Hallo Helmut, es gibt 3 Dateien, die daran Schuld sein können: .......\Aerosoft\Aerosoft A330 Professional\Data\Setup.abx .........\Aerosoft\Aerosoft A330 Professional\SimObjects\Airplanes\Aerosoft A330 Professional Base\Panel_Fallback\AB_Systems\Checklist_ViewFocus.xml ..........\Aerosoft\Aerosoft A330 Pro V5\SimObjects\Airplanes\Aerosoft A333 RR Professional\aircraft.cfg Kannst Du uns diese 3 Dateien einmal als Anhang senden - gerne auch direkt an mich und ich werde mir diese einmal ansehen und vergleichen. Gruß Rolf
  23. Hallo Helmut, kannst Du uns dann einmal einen dieser "falschen" Screenshot schicken und gleichzeitig, was die Checkliste denn richtige Weise verlangt? Gruß Rolf
  24. Hallo Helmut, benutzt Du evtl. ChasePlane mit der A330? Wenn ja, dann bitte auch die Option "ChasePlane" in den OPTIONS/CHECKLISTEN" aktivieren. Grund ist, dass wir auch die Aircraft.cfg modifiziert haben und ChasePlane diese automatisch ändert und die ChasePlane Option automatisch bei einer Neuinstallation deaktiviert ist. Gruß Rolf
  25. In the release notes (you will find at the beginning of this forum section) the reason for those breaks are stated as follows: VIEWFOCUS: When the checklists are running and if this option is enabled (standard), the view changes automatically to the item to be checked or set. So it easier to check and make the necessary settings. When the plane moves, there are small pauses between the various checklist items implemented, so that the pilot still sees where the plane is heading. For the same reason during FINAL APPROACH gear and flaps settings are exempted from a view change and key
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