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  1. 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. 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. @petermaxkoller @Claus Jensen an important thing not to forget is that you have to wait for full IRS alignement before engaging yaw dampers and stab trim's (they won't engage if the IRS is not aligned) ;).
  4. Hello Dave, you don't have to enter a Gate on the INIT page (entries with dashes are optional, entries with boxes are mandatory). In the SIM the airports do vary from vendor to vendor and the gate positions are not that super accurate plus they could also have other numbers. In the POS INIT page you just go to Page 2 and copy GNSS1 position by clicking the LSK next to it, then go back to POS INIT Page 1 and paste it into the boxes by clicking the LSK right to it. This are then the very exact coordinates your plane is located at.
  5. Hello @Puukka I just tested this behaviour on my end and can confirm the same PITCH UP when engaging AP and close to selected ALT. Thank you for the report and the videos. I raised the Q into the test group and also made an entry into our tracking list. Will keep you posted.
  6. @jaimilonchus can I ask you to open another thread if you experience the issue again? This thread is quite old and it seems that the OP does no longer have the issue. I would say that what you have experienced is something different then that what the OP has had therefore I would lock it.
  7. 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.
  8. @LederhosenCharly Do you have Steam or Store MSFS? In the store version the file that saves the views CAMERAS.CFG for e.g. CRJ700 is located here: ....\Microsoft.FlightSimulator_8wekyb3d8bbwe\LocalCache\SimObjects\Airplanes\Aerosoft_CRJ_700 Please check if you have write permissions to that file. (Maybe MOVE it to another place . Next time you start MSFS with the CRJ700 it would be created again with Aerosoft preset views). If you save custom views, that file should update with a CAMERADEFINITION.n entry.
  9. @LederhosenCharly The Custom View system is in MSFS and has no relation to the CRJ. You must be doing something different then. How do you know that the views are gone? Do you press some buttons or keys or do you look in the view menu and select them from there?
  10. Dear all, this kind of stuff usualy comes from a button or key mapping that cuts the fuel to the ENG. Please tell us what controlers you use and if you have this happening constantly then assign new empty profiles to the controllers and try again.
  11. If you see other CRJ's in the Sky next to you then you should probably comply with the TCAS instruction ASAP . I saw many on the ground at EDLP probably due to the Tutorial flight.
  12. In order to prevent any derailment of this thread, I took the liberty to close it. @Alan Coatesplease feel free to open new topics if you require further assistance and don't forget to feed us with all the needed informations so we can try to recreate the issues. Thank you for your understanding.
  13. GEK_the_Reaper

    crj 700

    This sounds like you are trying to set the CRS for the landing RWY (which gets tuned by itself). May I suggest you go through the tutorial flight before taking it on with the CRJ?
  14. Dear @Alan Coates, I've read that closed thread and would like to add my 2ct about it mostly regarding to the screenshot with the question mark. Customer @Polo was kind enough to post you a page of the OP showing that your question mark that should "say it all", says that everything is perfect. Due to the fact that you did not elaborate what you ment by that question mark leads me to one conclusion: "It seams that you are not well aquainted with the CRJ systems!" I deliberately wrote "it seams" because I'm not sure and I don't want to point fingers at this moment.
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