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Herman

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  1. Most likely just as it's done now in MFS. Why would the developer change it?
  2. Thanks for sharing what you did to resolve this, Dan. 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. LesOReilly and bendead, since everyone is back on track with each other, I hid the recent posts about downvoting to keep the thread on topic. I appreciate your attitudes.
  4. 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.
  5. Well reported and indeed being worked on. No need to ask when it will be fixed because it's linked at least in part to a sim issue which others control. Here's Mathijs' comment at the end of one lengthy thread on this:
  6. 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.
  7. I get that too. A workaround is to quick-flip the gear handle up then back down. I've never had the gear retract on the ground doing it this way.
  8. There's zero point in preordering a digital download. It's available to everyone at the moment of release and there's no limited supply. For boxed products, it makes limited sense. The days of a nice printed manual are long gone, so all you get is a CD/DVD, the same as a download, although boxes do still sell well in a few markets. You might get it a day or two earlier than someone who orders on release, but then, Aerosoft typically delays that product until after the inevitable first couple of updates/patches or so.
  9. To clarify the above, the label shows present state. In the screenshot with the button displaying that text, you don't click on the button to remove the chocks. That would cause them to be set on and change the label to "IN PLACE".
  10. 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.
  11. What Otto wrote about a good Cessna pilot is true in real life also. When I was an FAA inspector, I gave a couple of private pilot checkrides to pilots with a cognitive disability (the US certification system requires the flight test from a Fed in that situation) and they did fine...and were quite safe pilots.
  12. They're just as long as they need to be to present the essential information to know how to operate the CRJ, or for that matter, any other decent airliner. It's hard to help you further if The Dude's videos are too long for you. No one can give you a short text message or even a 5 minute video that will tell you everything you need to make a short flight. Without knowing (nor needing to) the extent of your disability, it may well be the CRJ is simply too complex for you to easily enjoy.
  13. Gent's, no more calling each other out with "My balls are bigger than yours." if you don't have something new to add to helping with the OP's issue, let it go. Several posts hidden to keep this civil. You know who you are.
  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.
  15. The "Radio Chatter Room" where first posted really isn't a support site, so moved to the NDP support area.
  16. The "Radio Chatter Room" where first posted really isn't a support site and posts there don't always get much attention. This is moved to the NDP support area.
  17. When you say "tutorial videos", have you looked at the complete set provided by Aerosoft, along with the detailed tutorial in Volume 3 of the manual system? These are truly a must-see for new users at your level. Here's a link: Come fly with me, by The Dude - AEROSOFT COMMUNITY SERVICES
  18. Yes. There's a lot of help in the Navigraph support forums. I suggest starting with this link: Difference between Aerosoft CRJ Professional and Digital Aviation / Aerosoft CRJ 700/900 - FMS Data / Manager - Navigraph . And as Danny notes, for the MSFS version, you'll need to have the MSFS version of Navigraph installed. As noted in several other places, you should be using the same nav data across your sim and add-ons. You'll get conflicting results for example if you use the stock NavBlue sim database and the Navigraph nav database just for the CRJ.
  19. Thread title modified from "Apdater ctd..." to "AS Updater ctd..." for clarity to others.
  20. This question is best asked in the Twin Otter preview section here:
  21. 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.
  22. Correct. This is noted in two pinned notes (same text as well) as well. Here's one:
  23. Please post in the correct section in this part of the forum: Aerosoft CRJ - AEROSOFT COMMUNITY SERVICES. While you're looking there, you might find your question has already been answered (more than once).
  24. This is the best answer currently, as well as to the issue raised by the OP. When it's solved, you'll see plenty of notice, so no need to keep this open and no need also to ask about progress. This kind of issue is not subject to linear resolution, and besides, some sim or world update may undo progress.
  25. Nice catch on the Airbus version, Ben. I failed to connect the OP's reference to FSX to the Aerosoft Airbus profiles available.
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