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Fsimmer99

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  1. Metzgergva, thank you for your answer. Where can I find the electronisch flight bag (EFB); do you mean perhaps the tablet on the Captain's side panel in the Pro version? I have just the standard version of CRJ 700/900. By the way: is the Pro version also suitable for FSX or is in only intended for P3D?
  2. I have studied Volume 3 Tutorial Flight to practice the tutorial flight KLAX-KMRY. According to this manual pages 2-1-36 till 2-1-48 I've filled in the flightplan completely and saved it successfully (according to the instructions in FMS Guide Volume 6 pag 1-1-13) under the name KLAX:KMRY. Next I have opened this flightplan: from Route Menu, press LSK5L to get to the SEC PLN page, then press LSK5R and then EXEC. You then have the route into the primary active flightplan. However the data I have filled in earlier in the PERF MENU page / PERF INIT (pass/wt; cargo, fuel, altn crz.alt) were gone.
  3. Are there perhaps other forum members who might give a solution?
  4. So the question is can those FS variables be manipulated?
  5. Are there other ways to delay the closing and opening sequence of the cowl flaps when operating those switches? I think it's about the way how the switches are programmed.
  6. Thank you for your answer, but I don't know how to do that.
  7. When you want to open or shut the cowl flaps to a certain extent, you have to be very fast on activating / de-activating the switches. For instance when you want to open the flaps halfway (50%) you guess somehow (feeling) when to stop the switches. To check the position, you can hold the mouse on the switch and then you can read the position of the flaps. Most of the time the flaps are further open than supposed to be (in this case 50%) because the flaps open very fast. Furthermore, in turbulence it's difficult to adjust the flaps right away to the wanted position (the panel is then shaking so
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