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  1. Thanks for chiming in and confirming the issue. I completely understand set backs and bugs. So long as they're actively working on it, I'm sure it will be squared away soon enough. As others have commented, maybe it is a good opportunity for us to practice hand flying approaches. 😊
  2. Precisely as Claude said. This forum post should not be about debating back and forth about the validity of a bug nor about pointing fingers. Instead, it is about identifying the issue and finding a solution to it. I neither have the time nor interest to sit here and play ping pong with you as a result of your inability to understand my previous post. The facts are: 1. The CRJ is not properly nor consistently capturing glideslopes. 2. A slew of users have reported the issue. Many of them have reported being able to properly do so in other airc
  3. Hi all, same issue here. I'm not rated in the CRJ, but am in B737, so would hope I understand how to properly fly an ILS. Despite the aircraft no longer diving to the ground after G/S interception after this last patch, it still flies considerably below the G/S. If I don't disconnect the A/P and hand fly it, it will inevitably drive me to the ground. I have tried all the recommended "fixes" on this thread to no avail. Furthermore, I said, well, I'll just fly it the traditional way using V/S via the vertical speed contingency on the approach chart, bu
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