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  1. @KendrickC, When you say "start the CRJ Pro" do you mean when you select the aircraft in P3D or when you start the engines? Your photos appear to show a CRJ in a cold and dark mode. Do you click on the EFB/aircraft and select any other mode other than cold and dark, and if so, does it show anything other than the photos?
  2. Yes, there is. Click on the placard above the yoke. It works on both sides.
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  4. Guess there are several ways to determine how much to put in each compartment. I try to balance the load as much as possible by first adding the sum of max cargo in both compartments (call it Total Cargo). Then I divide the max cargo of the forward compartment by the Total Cargo to get the percentage of cargo that would go into the forward compartment. I do the same for the rear compartment. For example, in the CRJ7, I would take your 2,500 lbs and multiply by 0.2419 to get 605 lbs which I enter in the forward compartment. Doing the same for the rear compartment results in 2,500 lbs x 0.7581 = 1895 lbs.
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