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  1. wind is the magic word... and traffic.
  2. Chances are somehow Alpha Floor got activated, maybe a windshift, or something the like. Hard to tell what could have activated it without actually seeing it. Your issue is different from the one you linked. In the one you linked the user actually selected M.86, which is the redline, manually, thus forcing the Airbus to accelerate all the way into the red line. You didn't.
  3. Thanks, that's the same we found as well then. The speed of the animation is actually correct according to the Airbus manuals (max 10 degree per second). Adjusting the flight model to match the animation is unfortunately almost impossible with the P3D limitations without braking other stuff, so I am afraid that will have to be postponed for the Microsoft Flight Simulator version.
  4. Thanks, I'm able to recreate this behaviour. Just to confirm, it is only the animation, the effect of the speedbrake is there immediately, is it?
  5. A new tutorial is also still being worked on, however the new MSFS of course pulls away resources. You can be assured a new tutorial covering all the features is coming at some point. We just can't gurantee when exactly that's going to be. Certainly not the very close future.
  6. Hi, any chance you are able to record a video of this? I always felt they're deploying at a normal rate, in fact when pulling my speed brake to slow down in level flight the trend vector is there almost immediately.
  7. Reselect the Navigraph login, what you show in the picture in the configurator is the NavDatabase, not the chart database to be used. Navigate to the EFB tab in the configurator and make sure the Navigraph data is entered there.
  8. Could you also post a screenshot like this with the same pages being open in the MCDUs?
  9. No, our Airbus has always been and will always be joystick only.
  10. That's what the EFB is for, isn't it?
  11. I'm sorry, keyboard thrust levers are not supported in the A330. As per the system requirements you need a joystick having a thrust lever axis.
  12. I flew a go around yesterday and it worked. What happened on your system?
  13. You're absolutely right here. That's probably exactly the reason why it never really got noticed. Unless someone sits down with an actual Airbus takeoff performance calculator and crosschecks the numbers it was pretty much impossible to notice this issue. Since there is no such calculator available for the community (I only know TPC which is a nice tool, but which does not compute exact thrust outputs) there was basically no way for customers to notice. That's how it must have slipped through the beta team as well. Anyway, it turned out to be a simple fix which is undergoing testing right
  14. Hi, this is purely my personal opinion on the A330, it does not represent any Aerosoft standpoint: In my opinion the A330 flies fine and does not have any major bugs left. There are small things which are being worked on (ex. Step Climbs), there are some missing or incomplete features (offset being one of the for example), but overall it is an enjoyable plane which does not have any major issues that could spoil the fun of flying. I never encountered any issues with Fuel Flow and Consumption. Not entirely sure which reports you are refering to here as I am onl
  15. Hi, nein das geht nicht. FSX und P3D sind verschiedene Lizenzen.
  16. What are your P3Dv4 settings looking like? Pretty sure it's a settings thing.
  17. Hi Mick, der A330 wird nicht für P3Dv3 erscheinen. Wir sind mittlerweile am Ende des Lifecycles des P3Dv4 angekommen, da würde es einfach keinen Sinn mehr machen, noch für v3 zu entwickeln.
  18. Have you searched the downloadsection?
  19. Captains, there's currently a known issue with the offset function which can cause a crash to desktop. Especially with the upcoming VATSIM Cross The Pond event we highly encourage you *NOT* to use the OFFSET feature for now. We know it's a thing you'd commonly see used in oceanic ops and we are working on it, however it's more complex than it initially seemed so there will not be a fix available soon for this. This said, enjoy your longhauls and maybe we hear each other on the frequency at some point!
  20. Good news Daniel, the developer looked into it and at a first glace it seems to be an easy fix. We're giving it a try, unless something major comes up correct flex settings should be in the next update.
  21. Daniel, I fully understand you are not happy with this, I really do. You have every right to say how you feel and we apprechiate it. We answer just as open and honestly. I explained you the process of why the issue is treated as it is. That's really all I can do. I did not say no customer noticed, I said almost none. If you enter "flex" into the search function and make it search the Airbus forum exclusively then you'll find just three or four topics where the word flex is even mentioned. That's three out of tens of thousands. That shows how important this is to customers
  22. No, you do not understand this right. There will be more fixes coming and for sure the last version for P3D will be a stable one and not an experimental one. However at the moment only vital fixes are done. Despite absolutely agreeing with you from a real life operations perspective it is also a fact that almost no customer noticed this problem. I didn't know about it myself until reading this very thread, despite flying some 200 hours in the A330 until now. Thus from a commercial perspective this one is simply not as important. I know you'll say otherwise. If I were a
  23. Emi

    Altitude

    The knob is not supposed to stay in that position. You pull it out and it returns back to the middle position. You only need a NavDataPro account if you want to buy a chart subscription which you could then use with the Airbus (and of course all other supported clients). If you do not to intend to buy a subscription you do not need to create an account either.
  24. Hi Herman, could you advice which advert you mean exactly? I've been trying to find the one but couldn't.
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