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  1. It's best NOT to bind the flap axis to control flaps in the CRJ. The range, at least presently, is too narrow for most. Better to use the flap switch, as explained here (Flaps are well down the page, after reverser setup):
  2. Then simply do several quick turns (which are picked up as accelerated and so increase the reading more quickly), check where you are, more quick ones as needed 'till you're close, then zero in with slow ones Or, try the default Ctrl+2. Ctrl+2 again to return to your previous view. Or, set up a custom camera view using Ctrl+Alt+your favorite number for your preferred view of the cabin pressure control panel, then use Alt+that number to see it. Use that key combo again and you'll toggle back to your previous view. It may not be exactly what you're wishing for
  3. For landing altitude setting on the cabin pressure control panel, it can help to know it will start at sea level (0) and increase 20' for each click, hesitating a moment between each one. I just count them up (20, 40, 60, 80, 100, 120...) and then verify on the right hand EICAS
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  6. Where you first posted is marked "no support please!" in the header. Please take a look around the CRJ section to learn your way around for future issues. You could well find your issue has already been asked and answered. And, as TenPatrol suggests, please work through the complete tutorial flight without skipping anything, so you can tell us at which step exactly the aircraft doesn't act as expected. If you indeed did so and the issue in your post is repeatable, you're likely missing something. Take your time. It took me around 3 hours to do the whole thing carefully reading and
  7. Sometimes it's the most obvious. So glad you found the culprit.
  8. Try disconnecting and reconnecting the short curly cord between the yoke and base and see if it helps. Also, check in the Windows Control Panel/Devices and Printers applet to see if it reads the yoke buttons.
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  11. As stated in the section header, there's no support here. Please ask in the correct forum: Systems - AEROSOFT COMMUNITY SERVICES
  12. As always, you can expect that a developer already on the Marketplace, as here, has supplied Microsoft with the product files, so release timing as well as future updates is entirely up to Microsoft. Aerosoft has no insights or advance information on when that will be, so no need to ask here. That said, Marketplace release cycles are becoming predicable, at Thursday afternoons Eastern (US) timezone, but how much elapsed time between public release like ENAT and availability on the Marketplace is unpredictable for now. You just have to keep looking.
  13. Moved out of a non-support forum area to a support one.
  14. You can check on the DD website to find which version is current here. Go to your shop page in the Aerosoft store, log into your account, and you'll find there the version currently available through Aerosoft. The current version was released by DD on March 12 and that's what's available through Aerosoft.
  15. Moved out of the non-support to the support area.
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