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Herman

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  1. No response in over a month. 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.
  2. No response in over a month. 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. Since the real CRJ doesn't have autothrust, ours won't either. The ILS issue should be resolved now. Please open a new thread if you're still seeing issues. 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.
  4. Locked since no response in over a month. If the recent ILS smoothing fix doesn't resolve this, please open a new thread. 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. No response in over a month. 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.
  6. It may be your issue is simply with the difference between FSX and MSFS. MSFS (the current sim) does not need any additional software to work with it beyond the (optional) LED fix here. If I understand your initial post correctly, you're trying to install the FSX Bravo Flight Controller configuration software in MSFS, and as noted above, they're not the same program. So simply install the LED fix (only) to your MSFS, load up MSFS, set your axes as appropriate to the type of aircraft, and go fly. It is important to assign the axes correctly because of the many ways the Bravo can be configured unless you only fly one aircraft ever. Even then, you'll want to check if the default profile is correct for that aircraft. Otherwise, you'll want to make, name, then use a separate profile for each type of setup you use on the Bravo (think any time you change out the knob(s) you attach to one of the six levers to suit what you're flying). For sure, you can't use a Cessna 172 setup for the Boeing 747 or vice-versa. Thus, maybe one profile for a simple throttle and mixture single engine "family" of aircraft, another for a single with a prop control, another for a piston twin, another for a two engine jet, and one for the 747. You don't need one for each type, just each family you fly, and of course you won't need one for a family of aircraft you don't fly. And do watch for multiple axis assignments. With more flexibility comes more complexity to your pre-flight activity, an unavoidable combination.
  7. To add, as noted in other threads, while "All RNP procedures are filtered out of the nav database in the actual aircraft," this can't be done with either Navigraph or NavData Pro. There's no sort in the sim-available nav data to allow this.
  8. Re-read my post and you'll see I already noted that. I asked because you used FSX in your original topic title. I'll change "Microsoft FSX to "Microsoft Flight Sim" for you in the title. You might want to edit your first message since you reference FSX there too and it should agree with the corrected title
  9. For your first point, here's every reason to think that will happen. For the second, quite true, and quite relevant to the first.
  10. Is the WT CJ4 coded in WASM or in C++? As noted in the post I linked to, the issue is with WASM, and WASM is necessary to accomplish the capability the CRJ has over other offerings in the marketplace. For me, it's certainly useful to have access to the SID/STAR/approaches/airport layout on a side-mounted EFB for briefing, but in real life, looking down and left instead of down only to see the plate works best. Even in the sim, TrackIR isn't the best alternative. Again, for me. Of course, having it all on a nice big screen on the panel is best, and on a King Air C90GTi it works well, but I suspect that has a bit more panel real estate than the CRJ . Never flew the CRJ IRL, and only peeked in a couple of their cockpits, so I'm not sure about that.
  11. This is better posted in the dedicated CRJ section, so it's moved. The question in this post and the answer is the best current answer to your question:
  12. It looks like your issue is with the flybywire mod to the default A320. As it's not an Aerosoft product, this isn't the place to ask for support. Please either go to the MSFS2020 support forums or the flybywire ones.
  13. "FSX" is short for "Flight Simulator X" for the 10th version (X for Roman numeral 10) of previous Microsoft flight sim programs. FSX was released in 2006 and is not at all the current version. However, the folder name in the screenshot strongly suggests you're talking about the current Microsoft Flight Simulator released in August of 2020 and usually called Microsoft Flight Simulator, MFS, MSFS, and sometimes with a "2020" after. You'll occasionally see "FSX 2020" but that's completely bogus. Please reply with the specific version of the sim so someone can help you further. FSX and MFS use completely different architecture and solutions are specific to which version you have.
  14. Herman

    New Scenery

    If there's anything to announce, you'll find it in this section: Product Previews - AEROSOFT COMMUNITY SERVICES. Since there's no announcement, asking if or when can't be answered.
  15. If you're not already aware, the official request thread is here:
  16. The Volume 1 that comes with the 1.0.3 update does not have that annoying grey as the earlier one did. The standalone ones you'll find on your shop account page for the MFS CRJ still have the grey bar down the right side.
  17. One way, but probably not the only one, is to look in [wherever your MFS is installed]\Community\aerosoft-crj\Data where you'll find a product.cfg and readme.txt file. Open the .cfg file with Notepad or the .txt file with any text reader and you'll see the installed version reported. All my files in that folder have 5/28/2021 dates. Yours may have that date or the date (today at the moment) you installed them.
  18. Thanks for your help in running this down. If I understand you correctly, it looks like your 1.0.4 update skipped looking for 1.0.3 first and instead simply added the few 1.0.4 files to 1.0.2. It should have directed you to first download and install 1.0.3. Looking forward to seeing if the R&R does the trick. Don't forget you'll need to go to your shop page and download then install the full version of 1.0.3 (AS_AIRCRAFT-CRJ-550-700_MSFS_V1030.zip (720 MB)). And of course, remove the previous version through the Control Panel applet.
  19. Interesting. Keirtt, your strobe file is called ...StrobeDouble... with older dates and 3 KB in size and mine is ...Strobe... with newer dates and 2 KB. It does help that you included the ASUpdater shot. I got mine from the Aerosoft Store, deleted the old version through Control Panel/Programs and Features, then updated to 1.0.3 with the full download followed by updating to 1.0.4 through the ASU. Is that how you updated?
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  23. Thanks for the report. 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.
  24. Herman

    CRJ Time

    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.
  25. 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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