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  1. Many of us have tons of liveries, please don't change too much on the outside of the aircraft so that we can continue to use the liveries! Other than that, a better engine handling would be fine, as well as a hiding the yoke. Thanks!
  2. Same here, normal airports in Germany or North America. As stated before, it happens every other flight, but for me on most flights since the latest update. Please let me know what other details you may need, I'm happy to provide you with everything I can come up with.
  3. Hi, I'm not sure this an Airbus issue but it happened (so far) only with A319 (latest version) in use. I set up a flight from KIAD to KPHX and on both occasions flying with the airbus, P3D stopped working (turned grey, not response any more). The event log stated both times that P3D.exe crashed with Net Runtime Error and two minutes later with the D3D10WARP.dll. Any help would be appreciated, thanks. I attached the text from the event log. Log.txt
  4. Is that the last word to the problem, we have to live with it? I can live with it, this little oddity would not prevent me from flying the CRJ, I just would like to know....
  5. That was probably the reason. I could just reproduce both behaviors: Pitch up with no Dot, smooth climb with managed mode selected. So that may have been it, even so I was pretty sure I selected managed mode....
  6. Hm, when trying to do one more flight to document the issue properly the aircraft worked as it should. I have no idea why it happened before or why it did not happen again. I will keep the data-files and do some more flights to see if the issue returns. If so, I'll open a new thread. So far, thanks for your help!
  7. Unfortunately, a complete uninstall and reinstall did not help at all, rebooting as described above. Immediately following the call Gear is up, the aircraft pitched up to a 5400 ft/min climb. Switching AP/AT of, leveling off and then going to manual Speed repeats the issue: switching AT/AP on results in the 5200 ft/min climb. Data_folder_after reinstall.zip
  8. Here is the data folder from today's flight. Data_Folder.zip
  9. I will give it a try. Do you want logs from a flight with the issue?
  10. I have exactly the same issue. After updating to 1.2.4.0 the Airbus is now unflyable. Whether I fly Managed Speed or manual Speed, a short time after turning the AP/AT on, the aircraft starts a rapid climb. Clearing the AFloor and flying manually for a while, then engaging AP and AT again just repeats the issue. I did reboot after updating to 1.2.4.0. I use Win7 64Bit, P3DV.4.4, Active Sky, I5 4.0 GHz, 1080 8GB, 32 GB RAM I had the issue before, but then manual speed flying worked ok.
  11. The warning started just below 10.000 feet. Both packs were on. The cabin altitude rose to about 17.700 feet and stopped only because I was descending through that altitude. And as Hoffie3000 said, it may happen two times in a row (as now) or not for some more flights. That is why I can't trace the problem myself as I ran through the checklist each time in the same way.
  12. Thanks for your answers. Yes, APU door is closed. I programmed FL350 and reached that altitude. I set it in the FMC. Is there a need to put it in somewhere else? I didn't find any step in the manual... The Cabin Alt rose to 17800 ft, Yellow Warning, Red Warning, PX Oxygen, everything happened. Switching to Manual had no effect.
  13. Hi, I'm using the CRJ for some time but now I'm experiencing a problem with the pressurization I never had before: The Cabin Altitude climbs until it gets into red warnings (above 10.000ft). There seems to be no way to stop it. It seems I'm missing something but I can't find it in the manual. The packs are on, Landing Elev. is set, but the system doesn't work. The cabin altitude stays above 10.000 ft even after landing. According to the Aerosoft updater I'm using the latest version of the CRF. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
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