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  1. P3D 4/5 if no jetway, why did Aerosoft model the bridge and the support pylon at the gate? Also found the same issue at N2 - bridge modeled but no jetway. I managed to fix this by adding the SODE jetways in SODE placer for those 2 gates, but I’m not quite understanding how anyone would build a jetway bridge and then not put a jetway. Jetways fit and work perfectly fine at both gates C8 and N2.
  2. Just bought, downloaded, and installed Aerosoft PANC and then downloaded and installed the SODE jetways from Sim Wings. The jetway from C8 is missing. Does anyone have a fix for this? both products are fully up to date - aerosoft updated shows the airport as fully updated and there is no newer version for the SODE file. all other jetways are showing that I know of so far (terminals B and C checked) but only this 1 jetway is missing.
  3. I have now both the CRJ X and the CRJ Pro. When I try to install the CRJ Pro, it only asks me where to store the documents and forces install into the P3Dv4. I see no where to change the install location to install into P3Dv5. Am I missing something here? There have been many posts about this aircraft being used in v5, but how does it get installed into it without copy/paste (which can cause missed files to copy)?
  4. Everything is loaded into the aircraft from the CRJ Manager. Only additional addons I have running that do anything with the aircraft is GSX Level 2, but that only does ground operations and would not impact the flight, and ACARS software for my VA, but that only reads aircraft data and tracks it. Taxi-out, take off, initial climb are all fine by hand. I activate the autopilot about 1,500 feet and leave it on until about 500 from the ground at landing, but as soon as autopilot is deactivated, the nose shoots to the sky. If i mouse over the V/S wheel (shows pitch when AP not activated) it shows 29.50 degrees. There is something about turning off autopilot that is setting that pitch level. The pitch level prior to autopilot activation at take off shows a normal level. Of course the autopilot will adjust the pitch level throughout the flight, but just before deactivation the actual pitch of the aircraft is not that high at about 5 degrees nose up.
  5. Every single time I fly in the CRJ 700 after I turn on the autopilot and then later turn it off for landing, the pitch of the aircraft automatically goes way high to 29.50 degrees nose up ... doesn't take a genius to figure out at low speeds with that much of a nose up attitude that rapidly, the airplane goes into a stall and crashes. I have never in my life been in a plane that acted this way in real life and I highly doubt it was designed to do that, so then why is it doing it EVERY time? I have wasted so many hours and failed flights because of this. Its extremely frustrating and annoying. Anyone know why it's doing this and how to fix it? maybe after a year of owning this plane I can actually have it perform correctly for the 1st time.
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