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  1. The CRJ's (as well as others) capability to operate with limit facilities comes in handy at out stations which is when NORMALLY the air stairs are utilized unless "specials" or special assistance passengers are on board most outstations use a special assistance ramp, however, once the aircraft arrives at a location that utilizes a jet bridge the hand rails are brought down which allows the jetbridge to mate up with the aircraft and a small bridge is used as well to allow "specials" are individuals who need special assistance to board, as well as minimize slips, trips and falls.It varies somewhat differently depending on the operator but this is normally how is done in the Southeast US where your lucky to have a functioning GPU or air cart at outstations at times. Also, in regards to your issue with the jetbridge I have included a link that provides a temp fix for now until it's officially patched. Hope this helped. JetBridge Fix
  2. The TOGA button is location on the throttle knobs. Also, regarding the functions of the Chronometer, Refer to page 69 in Pt. 2 of the AOM should provide the answers you seek.
  3. While I'm in the corporate world now I can probably chime in on this from past experiences. No sir, flight deck is USUALLY (by that I mean like 95% of the time) powered up and ready next crew. VERY seldom have I ever seen a cold airplane unless I beat the rampers out to the plane at an out station (unlikely if they've done their security checks), most of the time mx or rampers will atleast have the external power or APU going while they are cleaning, performing mx.....etc. Also, if you are at an out station the airplane's configuration is how you left it last. Regional ops, atleast in the United States you are rolling 8 hrs a day, the last thing you want to have to deal with is bringing up a cold airplane every leg lol, however for the sim I don't mind it. Hope that helped a little bit.
  4. Lol! Exactly! Nevertheless doesn't hinder the experience at all. Just been disabling it in FSUIPC.
  5. Hello Mr. Hartmann, First of all wonderful aircraft and thanks for the response! Unfortunately, The CRJ is not the only aircraft in my virtual hangar and I have experienced inconsistent results utilizing v4's axis steering. Whereas, in FSUIPC has provided great results for the close to 10 years or so I've used it. Perhaps I'm getting old lol. However, if needbe I can disable it.
  6. Not to hijack your thread Tiger however I am also having the same issue as well. Would this mean we would need to disable steering in FSUIPC? Thanks!
  7. Good Morning, I updated to latest Hotfix v1.0.0.2 and not I am unable to change my default baro units. It is now stuck in MBAR even though INHG is selected even after selecting "SAVE". I performed the update as per the instructions, uninstall previous version, rebooted and installed new version, rebooted. I've also attached a screenshot. Thanks! ******UPDATE After restarting P3Dv4 the change seems to have taken effect. Not sure if it was intentional of if it was originally meant to take effect immediately. Just a heads-up nonetheless.
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