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Hoffie3000

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  1. What I see has nothing to do with the PSA25S transition, unfortunately no screenshots of the FMC were attached. But I can assure you that the Airbus normally displays and uses the transitions correctly. Were the entries in the FMC correct? Dave didn't use the transition, by the way, but a PSA STAR. Wolfgang
  2. Zu BEGEN kann ich jetzt nichts sagen, da gibt es sicherlich User mit mehr EDDM Anflugerfahrung. Der AP versucht seine Sache schon richtig zu machen, nur musst Du sicherstellen, dass das Flugzeug auch innerhalb der Sinkfluggrenzen bleibt. Dazu dient auch die Meldung More Descend als Hinweis die Sinkflugrate zu erhöhen. Das kann man durch Ausfahren der Speedbrakes bewirken, im PFD links neben der Vertical Speedanzeige bekommst Du auch eine optische Unterstützung. Wolfgang
  3. Auf dem ersten Bild sieht man gut, dass der Glideslope bereits viel zu weit unter dir ist. Das kann der Autopilot nicht mehr einfangen. Auch genügt es nur den APP-Button zu drücken, nicht zusätzlich den TRK/FPA-Button. Der ist für was anderes zuständig. RADAR ist die Höhe direkt über der Landebahn am Threshold, dass ist der niedrigere Wert =171ft bei Cat1 und dazu sind die heutigen Navigationssysteme der modernen Flugzeuge fähig das zu verarbeiten. Die 1657ft sind gemessen ab Meereshöhe und mit aktuellen QNH. Die von Dir gewählten 390ft würde man wählen, wenn man ein Flugzeug mit unpräzisen Navigationsinstrumenten, oder VOR-Anflug macht. Wolfgang
  4. Im Prinzip will Windows etwas protokollieren, kann es aber nicht, da der Ordner fehlt. Diese Meldung hatte ich ebenfalls und habe sie mit dem Hinweis im Link abgestellt: https://www.deskmodder.de/blog/2019/05/27/esent-ereignis-id-455-windows-10-1903-fehlermeldung-beheben-die-loesung-ist-so-einfach/ Wolfgang
  5. We already had this discussion in April 2019 regarding P3Dv4. More to the end of the thread. Hans wrote: I think we've got it. Going by the steps you posted above, the AVAIL light now shows every time. The reason? I wish I knew. It seems that renaming some L-variables from ASCRJ_ELEC_EXTPWR_xxx to ASCRJ_ELEC_GPU_xxx fixed it, but according to the guys at LM, there's no character limit for L-variables. The whole thing remains mysterious. Now, while I'm working on fixing things, can you give me an example for the STAR/Appr change issue? Wolfgang
  6. This behaviour is not related to any airport or procedure it is every time if you have created a flightplan, switch in plan mode, go through the whole plan step by step. At any point in the plan if you go a step back thesè message appears. Both arrow keys work well. For me it seems that these message has no influence to other functions of the CRJ. Wolfgang
  7. Version 1.2.5.0 is a complete new installer and can not download via the updater, see also the second reply from @luko0211 If the previous version run on your PC without problems then wait till the Updater tells you that Version 1.2.5.1 is available. Then install Version 1.2.5.0 first, boot your PC new, and update via updater to Version 1.2.5.1 Wolfgang
  8. Reinhold, das die B777 auch im Leerlauf langsam beschleunigt ist normal, wie stark hängt allerdings vom Gewicht ab. Ich benutze zum Bremsen auf dem Taxiway die . (Punkt)-Taste und muss, da meistens voll beladen, oder mit Paxe besetzt, nur wenig bremsen. Schau mal auf´s Bild. Taste 1 ist die stärkste Variante, da mit Wiederholung (Repeat), während die .-Taste deutlich gemäßigter ist. Taste 1 benutze ich nur für Startabbruch, oder nach der Landung. Wolfgang
  9. I must apologize, I have mixed up the arrow keys. So, arrow key up works normal and you can scroll through a flight plan in plan-mode, also with arrow key down I can scroll through the flight plan, but additionally this "Not Allowed" message is displayed. So why this message? In Plan mode the FMC does not check the plausibility of the flight plan. You can scroll through the whole plan up and down. Ok, so it looks like my CRJ´s has its own personality 🙂 Wolfgang
  10. No, has nothing to do with "ignore crash". This Option is essential if you fly online 🙂 But look inside: Dokument Folder: Vol4-Systems, Page: 58 Above and Below Switch: • Mode “N”: >= - 2700 ft and <= +2700 ft • Mode “ABV: >= - 2700 ft and <= +7000 ft • Mode “BLW”: >= - 7000 ft and <= +2700 ft If you switch "all" this is similar to Mode N. So you get only traffic shown 2700ft below your actuall FL, or 2700ft above. Wolfgang
  11. Hans, a little question. If I go in plan mode through a flight plan, arrow key down, it works perfectly. But if I use the arrow key up, I get the "Not Allowed" message in the FMC, but I can go up in the flight plan without any problems. This message exists since the first version of CRJ´s. Is this just a "blemish", or is there a reason for it? Wolfgang
  12. @Raller Funny, that was the Question I ask some day ago too 🙂 Wolfgang
  13. Da sind Fragen: Welcher FSX? Original mit den beiden Service Packs? An den highmem fix Eintrag in die fsx.cfg gedacht? Oder FSX SE? Es gibt kein Orbx Deutschland, nur die beiden Teile Deutschland Nord und Süd. Diese sind sehr VAS lastig und können bei zu hohen Sceneryeinstellungen zum CTD führen. Die Orbx Library ist auch installiert? Hast Du daran gedacht, dort (im Orbx-Verzeichnis) die bei Dir falsch dargestellten Flughäfen zu deaktivieren? Am einfachsten findest Du diese im Orbx-Verzeichnis mit der Windowssuche. Beispiel: EDDM*:* Dann sollten vier Dateien auftauchen, bei dreien musst Du deren Dateiendung Du von .bgl auf .off setzen. ADE_FTX_GES_EDDM.bgl -----> ADE_FTX_GES_EDDM.off ADE_FTX_GES_EDDM_CVX.bgl ------> ADE_FTX_GES_EDDM_CVX.off FTX_GES_EDDM_objects.bgl -----> FTX_GES_EDDM_objects.off Nach dieser Methode musst Du dies auch bei Deinen anderen, installierten, Airport vornehmen. Wolfgang
  14. Otto, I'll watch this during the week. Thanks for the hint. @lambourne Unfortunately, your workaround don´t show the same effect in my Installation. Wolfgang
  15. The other update Informations are related to MS-Office Regards, Wolfgang
  16. I just wanted to let you know that, as expected, downloading the installer from the shop account and installing it again didn't improve the situation. It remains that the "Start Boarding" button remains orange. Now I have no more ideas, but fortunately the problem is not a spoilsport and I'm eagerly awaiting what the next versions will bring 🙂 Wolfgang
  17. A guy in another thread with Flaps problems reported that he was able to solved his problem with a new download. I'll trying this too tomorrow, maybe it works.
  18. Well, i installed the 1.2.5.0 exact as Otto described, including deleting the General-Folder - no success. But let me ask how do you get your Airbus installation file. Via internal Aerosoft Network for developers or as a normal user via Shop account? This would explain for me the differences due we have not exact the same version. How shure are you that the guy building the installer have used or get the right version? In the past exact his was happens with the CRJ from Hans. Wolfgang
  19. I just tested it, and it never shows up on the decelerate message. Not shortly before TOD, nor when I pass the TOD arrow (the Decelerate message has been displayed so far), nor when I wait a few seconds longer and then press the Alt button.
  20. Right Otto, I'm using the "Decelerate"- message as a hint to press the ALT button when reaching the TOD.
  21. Ein Hinweis falls Du Produkte von Orbx hast. Da wird mit dem neuen Central 4 ebenfalls auf die .XML- Methode umgestellt. Es würde sich also anbieten gleich auf diese Methode umzusteigen. Wolfgang
  22. Yes Bob, I was afraid that the screenshot would lead to this statement. Consider it a symbol image. I made a series of screenshots and just the right one, if TOD and the Decelerate message should appear at the same time, remained black. Usually the autopilot at the TOD reduces the thrust while the decelerate message appears in the PFD at the same time. With respect to your image, want to observe if the thrust is really reduced before TOD and therefore the message doesn't appear anymore. Thanks for the hint. Wolfgang
  23. Rolf that´s funny, I'm doing the same thing as you - but the result is different. But without Loadsheet. In the meantime I uninstalled the installation and reinstalled Airbus, unfortunately with the same result. The "Start Boarding" display remains orange. It doesn't matter if I load a default aircraft first and switch from there to the Airbus, or select the Airbus directly. I don't like to mention it, but it's strange when functions that have worked for many versions suddenly don't work anymore. Wolfgang
  24. Airbus A318/319, Version 1.2.5.0: Unfortunately, I can confirm the absence of the "Decelerate" message in the PFD´s in version 1.2.5.0. After installing version 1.2.5.0 I did two flights and the "Decelerate" message was not displayed in both PFD´s. Then the Airbus installation deleted and reinstalled, test flight performed with the same negative experience - no "Decelerate" message in the two PFD´s. It doesn't matter if I load a default aircraft first or select the Airbus directly! In Version 1.2.4.2 it still worked. Wolfgang
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