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  1. You just need logs from flights having this issue, not from flights without the issue from people who have had it happen before (even sporadic)?
  2. Yes, it looks to be about a 600 pounds difference, but I doubt 600 pounds is contributing to the managed DES speed drop. Harold
  3. The above image of the flight plan was obtained after restarting P3Dv4 and reloading the a/c and flight plan. Unfortunately, I did not think to get a shot when the problem was first noticed. Harold
  4. Re-flew this flight today and made it through CLB and CRZ and initial DES @ approx. 289 kts. Just before BITTY on my SIZLR 3 RNAV arrival the DES speed dropped to 210 kts. I did not see any speed restrictions and I was still above 10,000 ft. Images, logs, and flightplan attached. Harold A321 KPDX-KPSP low DES speed 190216.zip KPDXKPSP01.flp
  5. Had 3 or 4 successful flights on v1.2.3.0. Updated to v1.2.3.1 and encountered a problem with A321 on first flight where managed climb was stuck at 210 kts though CLB Perf page showed 318/.79. DES page showing 211 kts - very low speed which I have found to be symptomatic of managed speed problem. Images, logs, and flight plan attached. Harold A321 KPDX-KPSP 210 kt climb and 211 kt descent PERF.zip KPDXKPSP01.flp
  6. Completed 2nd flight (3.5 hr ) with no managed speed issues. v1.2.3.0. I'll keep flying and logging. Will report if I have an issue.
  7. Of course, turn logging on and NO problem on the re-fly. Will continue flying with logging on. Are the logs deleted at the start of a new flight or do they need to be manually deleted?
  8. A319 v1.2.3.0 managed speed drop approx. 6 mins after takeoff. Was climbing nicely at 250 kts until drop to 195 kts happened. Did not have logging enabled, so I will setup again with logging and re-fly. UPDATE. When I went into the configurator to turn logging options on, I noticed the CI option was checked (0-999). I was using a CI of 30 in this flight. I cleared the check mark to use the 0-99 scale ofr the re-fly. Harold
  9. RE new logging features, are there new logging options in the Aerosoft A318/A319 Configurator? I just see the same three as before - FMGS, A3XX Connect Pro, and Alt Process. I uninstalled and re-installed by the above process. Harold
  10. My keyboard is wired in, not wireless. Still have the problem, but I have found if I enter anything - even just an "A" - from the FMC keyboard first, then turn on computer keyboard input, keyboard input works fine. However, once the first data entered from computer keyboard input is posted in the FMC, the previous data entered from the FMC keypad is erased.
  11. Three long flights in the bag with no managed speed problems after uninstall/re-install procedure above. This flight was 4.7 hours.
  12. My problem was not random, it happened every flight and often more than once. I now have 2 flights with no occurrence and will do another today. In my case, even having a successful flight is a BIG thing.
  13. Completed a second successful flight with no managed speed issues after the above uninstall/re-install process.
  14. Under another forum topic I had meticulously documented my issues with the Managed Speed bug on every flight. I had also uninstalled and reinstalled several times with no positive effect. Then, I followed a very meticulous process of uninstall, pausing a/v, installing as Admin, and rebooting as each new step was taken. This cured the problem for me. I went from getting the bug every flight (even more than once) to successful completion of at least 6 very similar flights. However, others who tried my process did not all (if any) get the same result. For some reason I had an issue with P3Dv4 that caused me to need to uninstall/reinstall again. I followed my own instructions, but to my surprise, I had the bug again. After 2 uninstall/reinstall rounds with the same result, I tried the below process, and I just completed a successful flight. Now, I do not think completing one flight necessarily proves this process absolutely cures the problem, but given the impact of this issue on many, I do not want to sit on this. May as well let other test it, too. Here is the "New" process. I'm sure a few of the steps are totally unnecessary ... but this is what I did. I would advise caution in deleting some of the data/folders I delete below IF you have both the A318/319 AND A320/321 products. I only have the 318/319 product. -- uninstalled A319 Professional using Control Panel New steps start here -- checked that the uninstall had deleted the C:\Users\myname\Documents\Aerosoft\Aerosoft A318-A319 Professional folder and it had -- saved flight plans (C:\Users\myname\Documents\Aerosoft\General\A3XX Flightplans) in a new location and DELETED the folder -- DELETED contents of C:\Users\myname\Documents\Aerosoft\General folder -- Make a copy of the C:\Users\myname\Documents\Aerosoft\ASUpdater\Products folder and save in a safe place. If you only have the as_a318_a319_prof.xml (or ONLY the comparable file for the 320), you can skip this step. -- DELETED the C:\Users\myname\Documents\Aerosoft\ASUpdater folder New steps end here -- paused a/v -- re-download A319 Professional from my account and installed as Admin -- restarted computer New steps added here -- Look at C:\Users\myname\Documents\Aerosoft\ASUpdater\Products. If any files are missing, copy them back from the saved location. New steps end here -- paused a/v, ran ASUpdater as Admin, installed all updates -- restarted the computer. New steps below -- Take whatever actions necessary to recreate/reload your navdata. For me it is in C:\Users\myname\Documents\Aerosoft\General\A3XX Navigraph -- Copy saved flight plans to C:\Users\myname\Documents\Aerosoft\General\A3XX Flightplans -- ran A3xx Configurator and set appropriate data there. I never touched P3Dv4 until all this was completed. I suspect the most important of the "new" steps is deleting the ASUpdater! Can't imagine FlightPlans or navdata folders being the problem. Still this is what I did. Good luck. Harold
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