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  1. Hi all, yesterday i was piloting a sheduled flight for Lufthansa from EDDF to LSGG and return. At LSGG, after the aircraft was ready boarded and we made the last preperations in the cockpit for departure, there was a very bright light, which looked like a star, overflying the airport at a fairly high speed. At first sight it looked like very bright landing lights from an aircraft, but once it was nealy direct above the apron the was no aircraft. It was just this very bright light and then it disapeared into the clouds. At that moment i was a little bit confused, but have had to laugh out loud
  2. Ha! Got it! No, i didn´t try to reinstall, but i have run the config tool once again and de-activated "Sode-Animations", closed and start config again and activated Sode animations again. Now the runway lights iluminated again. Nevertheless it´s embarrassing that a solution is so easy lying direct in front of your eyes, i let you know, in case someone else struggles from this.
  3. Happy new year Bob, yes, i´ve seen this and it´s the known SODE issue of MA Geneva. I have done the mentioned workarround yesterday and it fixed it. Now Sode Jetways working properly even at LSGG. But on the other hand, that doesn´t fix my issue with the missing Runway lights of ENGM. Any Idea?
  4. Hi Bob, i have Oslo 2.0 -P3dv5 Version, SODE version1.7.1 and attached you´ll find my Sode.log I appreciate your help. Cheers Bernd SODE.log
  5. Hi Herman, thank you for your quick reply. I´ve did what you mentioned and closed all notams, but still no RW lights. Indeed i´am using TOGA EnvShade and EnvTex. Do you have further informations, if there´s an interference? Oh, sorry, i ´ve forgot some informations about my system. - P3D V5.1 HF2 - AktiveSky+ASCA - EnvShade+EnvTex
  6. Same issue here. Never had that in the former version with AS for waether. Very Anoying,
  7. May be i´am too stupid or blind but i can´t find in the manual an advice related to the runway lights. I have the same issue with ENGM. May someone could head my nose to the settings which needs to be what? Oh, and Merry Christmas to all who read this and to the whole Aerosoftlers and all the Developers.
  8. Hi Pelle, thank you for the hints, but that is how i´am already doing it. My search is filtered to Lufthansa and Eurowings only and for Flights in a range of 3 hours usualIy. But of course there are still a lot of flights shown outbound from German airports. I thought i could save to scroll thru the legs listing. Because i´am usually flying on Saturday and Sunday i allways have to scroll down very far on each airport to find the legs and allways i have to start again for each airport at the top of the list, because the listing is allways starting on monday. It´s just wish and something for a f
  9. Ein einem heutigen "vernünftigen" Tablet sorgen Silizium-Ionen Akkus für die Stromversorgung, so wie die in Smartphones. Die haben eine lange Lebensdauer, lange Laufzeit und leiden nicht unter den üblichen Ermüdungserscheinungen wie dies bei älteren Laptops oder Tablets vielleicht noch der Fall war. Mein Surface von MS ist nicht das tuerste (rd. 500 EUR). Der Akku hält im Betrieb gute 10 bis 12 Stunden und ist schnell aufgeladen. Dazu ist es leicht und was am wichtigsten für mich ist: Windows 10 kompatibel.
  10. Bitte nicht falsch verstehen was der Captain Ingo meint. Im Prinzip will er sagen, dass man als Realpilot das Kartenmaterial heutzutage auf einem separaten Tablet hat, anstelle der Papierkarten wie es früher üblich war. Die in vielen Fliegern heutzutage eingebauten EFB Monitore sind eine Unterstützung der Piloten für diverse Dinge wie Treibstoffberechnungen via Smartcockpit, und Moving Maps und sowas, dienen aber Primär nicht der Flugvorbereitung und Planung. Die Piloten haben dafür eben ein separates Pad wo die Karten besser zu handeln sind wie wir es mit Navigraph oder NavDataProCharts kenne
  11. Hello Pele, i´am using you great tool every day and i can´t even know how we could live without it. But there is a small improvement i would like to request. Is it somehow possible to filter or restrict the shown legs of an Airport by the current date or better a specific day of the week. When i´am looking for an actual flight by Lufthansa for instance outbounding EDDM i usually go to eddm and have look at the legs tab. Even i have restricted my search already to show only the flightplan for Lufthansa it would be nice if i could restrict the legs shown only for a specific day. If i want
  12. If that´s the case, it would something to think off, to add somehow the "effective" range in the chartcolum , or something else which let the chart recognize from each other...
  13. just saw that this was already discussed in another topic, sorry. If this comes from LIDO it´s maybe a feature rather than an issue. Could it be that the real pilots want to have both, the former and actual charts in access, to see what was revised?!? In this case, it´s maybe a option to "flag" the revised charts in the NDP chartviewer somehow...
  14. I noticed that with the latest version of CDP Charts for Windows desktop i have doubled charts show. It´s not the case for all but for most of them for most of the airports. I have App-Version 0.1.40 in use. cheers
  15. i have experienced the same at that gate. It happens aswell when you arrive at that Gate with an A320. Once the VDSG give the "stop" signal the aircraft is not as near to the gate as it should and you get in trouble with the Jetway not docking or weird. Even GSX says "no Jetway which can used at this position", but it´s recognizes the Sode JW as present.In outside view you can also see, that the nosewheel isn´t far enough. It even is not at the first stopmarking on the ground. As far i could test yet it´s only an issue at this specific gate. If you use the slewfunction to position the ac corre
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