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Anthony Sonstein

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  1. There is def a bug in there somewhere, it works for me this moment now as well. I've loaded literally 30-40 flight plans on the CRJ, the process in extremely simple, but I HAVE seen this issue 2-4 times since release where you pick the plan in the route menu, it says LOADED, then you go to the SEC FPLN page and it's all blank, therefore obviously there is nothing to activate nor execute. The night I tried this particular plan I tried to load it many times, I even clicked restart flight, and even quit out of MSFS and brought it back up to the same result and finally gave up and made a differen
  2. Can someone check this please...when I try to load this plan made in simbrief i select it in the route menu, it says ROUTE LOADED and then when i go back to the sec pln page to activate it, everything is blank...I've created MANY other working flight plans but this one will not load into the FMS. This is a legitimate route for a CRJ, both United Airlines and American Airlines fly CRJ's from Aspen to Albuquerque, just as a reference point. KASEKABQ.flp
  3. I'd like to consider this resolved, I have not seen it again since turning off icing...I wish I could edit my original post with a note so it's clear to someone doing a search.
  4. I just want to update this thread that I'm trying icing set to visual only, even though I do use deice in the past. I've done 2 or 3 successful flights so far, after a 2-3 more I will update again and recommend this be closed if I still don't see it again.
  5. Situation is typically just in straight and level flight, on course somewhere in the enroute portion of flight plan (so nothing is going on, just flying A to B, no climbing or descending. AP is in NAV and ALT, then suddenly warning tones go off and plane is spiraling out of control into the ground. This doesn't happen every time, but it happens fairly often, after which even hitting AP disconnect leaves the aircraft in some kind of permanently trimmed state where even with full opposite trim you're still fighting it. Yes flight model is modern...I don't know why this even get's ask
  6. This sounds like pilot error, you are climbing much too slow and you'll never recover once you get under the curve. You should be speed climb at the 250kt limit or close to it, I usually do 245kts up to 10k, and then you should adjust speed to climb at 290-320kts up to your cruise altitude.
  7. If you're only "resorting to it" you're denying yourself a incredibly effective tool for safe and efficient airmanship...maybe I'm biased because my career is designing and testing (acceptance testing/flying) flight trainers for the military, but HUD's are a incredible asset to SA. All that aside larger displays are becoming very popular for simming, I have no problem with the font. My primary display is a 55" 4k oled for my sim station and a 34" ultrawide in my main desk, with dedicated touch panel controller and 13" navmap screen. People would raise absolute hell if t
  8. Almost have enough data to says it's gone, but I believe the new Brunner yoke I installed was causing interference with my honeycomb bravo and my switch panel, I don't have quite enough time to be sure yet but things are looking positive...I took the brunner off the USB hub of the other sim hardware and ran a dedicated cable back to a fully different USB controller. I'll update thread soon
  9. The only thing bound in MSFS at all for any controller is camera views, not even axis'.
  10. Only landing gear on the honeycomb bravo bound in spad.next, but honeycomb only sends a command when a switch is thrown, it has no ability to handle any kind of global switch state polling that would do that.
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