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  1. Yes generally you want to engage descent just prior to to the T/D so the A/P doesn't get behind the airplane. I too was getting up to -4400 where I just stopped it there and took over in V/S and brought it back down to 2500. Sometimes you have to be a pilot and not let the airplane get away from you. The issue right now, at least evident to me is the fuselage drag coefficient in the FDE at flight idle in the upper FLs. It drops too much speed at idle in the descent so the A/P has to try to keep the target speed with pitch. Most airplanes of this size should be able to remain on target speed at flight idle with a -1990 to -3000 fpm descent rate or with a little bit of speedbrake help (757 comes to mind). The airplane has lots of momentum and energy as you descent, most of which you bleed off when slowing for 10K or whenever the decel point is. It drops speed currently almost as much as it should at a more level AoA. But as Mathijs said the dev team is look into it. The more feedback they get the better. So they have an idea how to resolve it
  2. I haven't encountered any such issues. Usually these types of issues can be as simple as a noisey joystick. Not saying one way or another that's your issue. But I'd make sure everything is all squared away there.
  3. Version 1.0.1

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    This is a simple update that improves the windscreen sound with an updated sound as well as fine tuned parameters to the wind of both soundsets. The new sound has a wider stereo image and thus will penetrate the engines and other environment sounds better. I felt the original wind sound wasn't robust enough and the engines were far too loud at cruise and during the climbout once up to 250+ kts. Simply install by extracting to your C:\Users\*Account Name Here*\Documents\Prepar3D v4 Add-ons\Aerosoft A318-A319 Professional\SimObjects\Airplanes\Aerosoft A318-A319 Professional Base Folder. Back up your original sound cfg if you wish to revert. No need to back up the original wind sound as mine has a new file name. I HIGHLY Recommend that your environment sound slider is set to 100 and the engines at 55 for optimal experience. Christopher Petersen did a great job with the new IAE and CFM soundsets for the new release. Far better than what is included in the competitions Airbus A32x product as far as pure engine sounds go. Enjoy guys. Emil P. Serafino
  4. This is far too complicated for a Payware product. Why doesn't Aerosoft provide a simple organized method of installing liveries? The previous version livery compatibility should have at least been forseen prior to release. Just my 2 cents.
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