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  1. Let's stay on the real target please and let the "buried" sub-sub-sub topic go. Joe changed it to "located" and that's responsive to the OP's question, so I hid all the other stuff to keep focus.
  2. Asked and answered. It is the way it is as posted by Mathijs. 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.
  3. I believe the limit is 4.500 feet. As noted in the linked post below, operating out of an airport with less than that isn't realistic. For that reason, I doubt this will change. That said, since it's a sim, just fly in or out of there anyway. SIDS/STARS/approaches can all simply be set up and flown without the FMS to help. Just like real life. Edit: LOL, Mathijs beat me to it.
  4. Excellent! Likely just what I needed. This is my project for a sunny Sunday afternoon here in the Pacific Northwest. Thanks so much.
  5. In general, my approach is the same as yours, as in, "If it ain't broken..." I was hoping the update would offer a solution to three position switches (as in the Milviz Cessna 310), so took a chance. Anyway, AAO is once again fully functional, and reprogramming it was a useful reminder exercise.
  6. I noticed at the last update for AAO that my CRJ self-made scripts were missing from the active section. They were still in the appropriate section of the scripts editor, just not active any more. Some I simply needed to re-activate, others had to be re-created. Since then, everything comes up as expected. So perhaps the recent AAO update might be at the root of this. And as with SimWare, I believe Les is right about where to go for further troubleshooting, reporting what you learn about SimWare's comment about AAO even connecting.
  7. 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.
  8. This area is not for support. As noted in the header for the section this area is in, "General talk on Aerosoft and Products. Please do NOT use this forum for any support questions, use the dedicated support sections for that." Please take a look around the forum structure and you'll see there are specific areas where you'll find support. For peer-to-peer help with controllers, it's here. For formal support for controllers, here. If the latter site is where you were asking before, please check that replies aren't in your spam folder.
  9. CRS section does not work... anymore it use to

    1. Flyer59

      Flyer59

      it is now working

       

    2. Herman

      Herman

      Thanks for the update. Good news.

  10. I loved the Huey (UH-1) and later the Huey X Aerosoft did for FSX. I just looked and the Huey X is still available in the shop.
  11. As the header of this section notes, there's no support here. The link below will take you to the top-level Twin Otter for MFS support area. Please take a look around and repost in the correct section. Aerosoft Twin Otter - AEROSOFT COMMUNITY SERVICES
  12. I did a fair amount of instrument ground instruction with a Link in the mid-70's. The designer, Edwin Link, was familiar with organ mechanics (see the Wikipedia article here) and the pitch/roll/yaw axes were powered with the bellows-type devices you can see in the lower center of the picture. The unit we had failed one day due to the air pump going TU, but the owner happened to have grown up on a dairy farm and a milking machine pump produced exactly the output needed to run the bellows. Brilliant fix.
  13. Thanks for your input. I'm going to close this as we're trying to keep all posts about this issue in a focused thread. I'll link this there. Here's that thread:
  14. 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.
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