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  6. In fact, you have to compromise. It would be better if you could find your own C&D (2) under "Default State"(1) and select it, then you would start it directly in your own saved D&C mode. Wolfgang
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  10. Well, this is an never ending story, or a running gag. Depends on the point of view 🙂 Hans knows this and he and users have tried to help him with the troubleshooting, but a real solution has not been found yet. Because this error occurs arbitrarily and cannot be reproduced just like that. Note that the CRJ and also the Airbus are always tuned to the current P3Dv4 version, currently P3Dv4.5 Hotfix2 . With this you could get some bugs that others don't see or don't see anymore. There is a better way in the FMS to make sure that the CRJ starts in Cold & Dark. Select Cold & Dark there. Under 1 you can cycle thru the different states you want to have if the Aircraft is loaded. Under 3 you can save your own Panel State Under 2 you see your own Panel states for preselecting If still some switches are not as you want them to be, just save your own Cold & Dark and you can easily edit them yourself. 1 + 2 +3. No, should be off (see above, you can set yourself) Wolfgang
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  12. It is always difficult to give advice when there is so little information. No special joystick configuration is required for the CRJ. I am using an old MS Forcefeedback2 joystick without any problems. Questions: Which joystick do you use ? Which trim value have you set? What were the weights in the CRJ-Manager (Scrennshot please)? Wolfgang
  13. Detlef, please read the tutorial flight again. On your screenshots I see some issues like: APU door is still open APU Gen switch is still on All Anti Ice switches are on! This cost a lot of power. Switching off will increase N1. 82-83% are too less during climb. Above FL150 I switch Anti Ice off. How about the Fuel pump switches? Wolfgang
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  15. I have looked once and I come with a Take Off Weight of about 33to (CRJ900) loosely up to FL350. Of course, the climb rates are no longer outstanding so from FL250, but so with 1300-900ft/min it continues to climb. Wolfgang
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  17. Please provide us with more Information about your system like: What sim ? FSX +SP1+SP2 FSX SE P3Dv4.5 What Version of CRJ is installed? You know that you should first load an default Aircraft and then switch to the CRJ? Wolfgang
  18. Yes, this is still the case with the current versions. Unfortunately there was never an answer. Wolfgang
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