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  1. Just relax and be patient - they're still trying to find out what is actually going wrong and are debugging things. It will come when it's ready.
  2. my bad, just get rid of it ..oooOO (what the heck was i searching for?)
  3. I searched the forums but didn't stumble over it... I kinda like it, fairly new as well: Youtube Link The "pilot" did even mention some things he was "missing" (not that I would be able to weigh in) - might be interesting for Aerosoft as well.
  4. Siehe den zweiten Post aus diesem Thread in Navigraphs eigenem Forum. Der Installer lässt Dich die Sim wählen für die Du die Daten installiert haben möchtest. In Kürze soll das aber wohl auch abseits eines eigenen Installers, der weiterhin auch für die AIRAC Updates gebraucht wird, seinen Weg in den FMS Updater finden.
  5. No problem and thanks for the flowers, sir. What made me somewhat crazy about AAO was that I couldn't find some kind of "event viewer" like in SPAD.neXt to see what LVARS and what values are being used when pushing a button for example, like this (here it's the battery master, the AC, some light and finally starting up the APU for example): It has made a lot of things way more easy for me because most of the time I didn't have any idea what LVAR / value(s) is involved in a certain action and was somewhat tired to google for them. That I can filter for event
  6. Since most of the functionality from the Aerosoft CRJ is not mappable from with MSFS itself due to LVARS being heavily used and being an owner of some of Virpils equipment, I was looking for a way to get my HOTAS back in action aside from just using the throttle and flaps lever aside from some other buttons. I checked into SPAD.neXt, Axis and Ohs and Linda (plus FSUIPC). Even though all of those programs serve their purpose and deserve their due respect, I finally went with SPAD.neXt. It’s the most expensive of those three, but as far as I’m concerned and this is just my own opinio
  7. Thanks to all of you and yes, all of it probably is more of a pilot error. This thread and some of its posts in there sum it up pretty well for me now. This thread here can be closed as solved as far as I am concerned.
  8. Thank you for your and Chaxteriums post a little further up. After having read all of it a couple of times now it's probably the best explanation yet to my thread and problems and I was facing that I've described there.
  9. I agree. Around or below FL200 I could not replicate the issue we're facing here but I'm still trying to make any sense out of it all to be honest. But the situation you're describing is the exact same I have been experiencing.
  10. Ya, I guess the same is happening here and again: I was on a flight from KJFK to KMIA today. Everything was smooth at FL360 and at .73-.74 - N1 was at around 80-81 when the plane suddenly after about an hour or so lost speed down to around 180KTS when I realized what was happening (wind hadn't changed, though). I catched the plane, though by pushing the levers to their max (N1 at 91) but the plane just stuck around at around 180KTS and was barely gaining any speed back even though N1 was at 90+ aleady. If ATC would ask me to rise to FL380 I would have not gotten there,
  11. No I didn't. I was up in the air flying at .74 at FL300 as ATC told me to rise to FL380 (ignore that fact; FL380 is not tha maximum height for this plane so I just tried). I put the throttle lever to climb and switched to speed with a maximum set of around .78 and then the plane speed went slowly but surely down and it started to fall. Since ATC constantly reminded me to rise back again, I tried all I could to get up again but didn't have any success so I asked ATC for a lower FL. First FL280, then even FL240. That's when I took both of the screenshots above. In the FilbertFlies vi
  12. Alright, thank you. Is that specific to certain aircrafts or aircraft types? I would have expected the aircraft to easily climb at that speed since much more than .74 is not advisable but I guess I can find that out in the accompanying performance guide, uh?
  13. Thank you for the hint - this might be indeed an idea to try out.
  14. Chose climb and speed but nothing made a difference anyway.
  15. Experienced this a couple of times yesterday at different flight levels. Speed is around .74, flight level at around FL300, plane is all leveled and up in the air without problems for around an hour. Tried then to climb a bit further but it resulted in nothing happening. The outside view however looked like this and the plane slowly began losing speed and height more and more. I tried to catch the plane at FL240 but didn't succeed either. The plane stayed at around 140kts and was still losing height. Then all of a sudden, the plane leveled itse
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