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Herman

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  4. Herman

    CRJ Time

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  5. Before takeoff, are you hitting the hidden screw (upper left on Nav/FD/Autopilot panel) so you get the two "TO" messages? Hitting the TOGA button on the thrust levers in the cockpit does this too. See The Dude's video on this here: Episode 07: Taxi Out and Taking Off! - Come fly with me, by The Dude - AEROSOFT COMMUNITY SERVICES . The relevant explanation starts at about 17'30".
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  8. Before posting please make yourself familiar with the structure of the forum and read what the specific sections are used for, like:
  9. I just ran a flight out of KMRY to Orbx Burbank (KBUR, and a demanding airport for frames) with smooth graphics all the way down in the CRJ. Lots of panning and switching views too. I'm just not seeing this as a CRJ specific issue. i9-9900KF (no overclocking), EVGA GTX108Ti 11GB VRAM (watercooled/factory overclock), 64GB RAM, 4K 32" monitor. Not a particularly high end rig. I'm looking for smoothness and no stutters rather than frames. That said, if my frames were as the OP noticed, I'm sure I'd be aware I was watching a slide show. Not disputing what the OP had, simply not seeing it too.
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  11. Open the sim > Go to WORLD MAP > Select the CRJ livery you want and select CUSTOMIZATION > Delete the entry in the TAIL NUMBER field, then edit the CALL SIGN and FLIGHT NUMBER fields as desired. The editor is sometimes clunky in whether you have to use the Backspace or Delete key and the cursor sometimes has to be reset. Your CALL SIGN text will become all caps when you leave the field, so no need to worry about case sensitivity. When done, close the window using the choices along the bottom of the page, then go fly.
  12. Do let us know. Sometimes the most basic things, especially if they're different than what we're used to, trip us up. Wasn't sure if you were using the wheel instead of trying to find an up-down arrow with the left/right keys or now. If the cursor is positioned properly, you'll see a double headed arrow on things like the baro-set which is then adjusted by scrolling with the wheel.
  13. Also, make sure you're using the mouse wheel for these things. See page 1-1-8 in Volume 1 of the included manuals.
  14. Since you have two different issues, please comply with the request in this post:
  15. There's a dedicated forum for each of the two CRJs. Please look around the one for your product and post in the appropriate section there, as the title of this section states "General Discussion (No Support)". Aerosoft CRJ - AEROSOFT COMMUNITY SERVICES for the (new) MFS version and CRJ 550/700/900/1000 - AEROSOFT COMMUNITY SERVICES for the P3D version.
  16. This has gotten off topic, as the OP's question was about switches, not not the fueling panel. If someone needs help with that, please open a separate thread. As amahran notes, moving the view so you're looking at it squarely helps. 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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  18. Puuhbear, I think he's asking for the performance chart that shows the gradient for given temperature and pressure altitude so he can determine whether the aircraft meets the standard climb gradient (for missed approach segment, 200'/NM (about 3.3%) in the US) or as on the charts in your answer. Volker, if I interpreted your question correctly, it looks like such a chart isn't included in the manuals supplied with the add-on. If you really want/need the info, you'll probably have to find it on the net.
  19. The wheel isn't a workaround, it's the primary method. Do take a look at the post linked by FlyByWire128.
  20. Europeans typically use a decimal point instead of a comma for the thousands separator. So interpret Mathijs' answer as either 10,000 hours (as in, ten thousand hours)/5 man-years of labor if the separator is misplaced and zeros are correct or 100,000 hours (one hundred thousand hours)/50 man-years of labor if the separator is correctly placed after the first three digits and a zero is missing.
  21. Your issue is unrelated to the shop. Please post in the product support area. The link will take you to the support area, and if you spend a couple of minutes looking over the subtopics, you'll know where to post...and look to see if this has already been asked and answered: Aerosoft CRJ - AEROSOFT COMMUNITY SERVICES . If you haven't done so already, please view The Dude's videos and ensure you've successfully completed the tutorial flight. In it, you'll learn how to deal with a disco. What works in an Airbus won't necessarily work in a CRJ. Come fly with me, by The Dude - AEROSOFT COMMUNITY SERVICES
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  24. The best way to get help here is a separate post for each issue instead of a list. Please see this post: Adi-Flyer, to know where to look for answers to many of your questions that have been asked and answered before by and for others, please take a look around the CRJ forum so you'll know where to find them. That said, your issues with "my external consoles" and the Logitech autopilot multipanel are easy to answer. As you've probably found, those panels do work with the default coding in MFS. However, because the advanced features of this add-on require custom coding, they won't function fully without some helpful software. Look in the appropriate forum section for help and you'll see what I mean. If you can't get the CRJ in the air successfully working through the tutorial, you're not doing things right somewhere or there's something unique in your system that's the cause. A couple of your issues are so rare that it's the only explanation. It frequently takes a good 3 to 4 hours following the step-by-step in volume 3 to do so, so take your time and follow the instructions carefully. As an advanced add-on, flying the CRJ successfully requires some preparation beyond what's needed for the default or free aircraft. Also, I strongly encourage you to view all of The Dude's videos here if you haven't already, especially the pre-flight cockpit checks.
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