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Rosario Manzo

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  1. +1 for a pop-up AP! šŸ˜Š
  2. Thanks Michael I've seen this kind of issue described on FS developer forum. Do you think it may be possible in the future to let the user choose between standard and 3d lights? It's just a suggestion, the aircraft is pure beauty and a joy to fly.
  3. I think I've found the culprit (on my system, of course). It is the minimum surface visibility slider in AS16. Here is a shot with the slider set at 0SM: here the slider is set at 25SM:
  4. Hi Michael I have no shader mods, nor DX10, but I've seen right now that reloading the aircraft fixed the issue. Edit: tried to start a new flight, but the issue persists even after reloading the aircraft. I'm at a loss here. Edit 2: disabling AS16 fixed the issue, maybe something with AS16 visual fixes? With AS16 enabled, the issue appeared again.
  5. Hi I'm really enjoying this aircraft, an immersive simulation, great work! The only issue I have is with the lights, showing a rectangle on ground. This is also noticeable with the beacon light. This is FSX-SE on W10-64. Thanks in advance for any help
  6. Hello Happy to report that the fix worked flawlessly. Thanks for taking care of this nice aircraft.
  7. Will check, thank you! (is it good for FSX, too?)
  8. Thanks for your input . So, any workaround for this? Inviato dal mio GT-I9195I utilizzando Tapatalk
  9. Anyone, please? Inviato dal mio GT-I9195I utilizzando Tapatalk
  10. Hi I need some help about this issue. Version is 1.12, purchased via Justflight. I've understood from the manual that the four wing tanks (inboard/outboard) feed fuel via engine driven pumps, outboard first, then inboard, then central. Unfortunately, each time one single tank runs out of fuel, the engine quits and I have to restart (using the interactive checklist). More, I've noticed that fuel is taken from right tank only. When I use the transfer pump, fuel is taken by the right tank. This happens for both inboard and outboard tanks. Shouldn't the fuel be taken automatically by the inboard tanks when fuel ends in outboard? Maybe a problem with my software (I've reinstalled several times with no luck)? Maybe I'm doing something wrong? Thanks in advance for any help. With kind regards Rosario Manzo
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