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  1. @Tom A320 It is easy to implement backups automaticly during PFPX-installer phase, why is that service missing for us? Because that is something that actually can be expected. Please do not lay the blame solely on the users. (I actually remembered to copy all my collected aircraft data, but despite that I am disappointed in PFPX-behaviour)
  2. Latest file I grabbed from Simmarket (this was on 17JUL18) was named: AS_CRJ700-900-X_FSX-P3D-FSXSTEAM_V1200 So it should be there, yeah.
  3. Less drag, harder to Decel, more shallow descent profile? (Using 737NG winglet logic here, but airbus sharklets serves same purpose I assume)
  4. I would reply "unable", without doing much mental maths. The required FPA is just too steep, and we would also need some trackmiles just to slow down to G/S intercept speed (S speed / CONF 1 in my mind) Will be interesting to hear the conclusion
  5. The approach plate (at least for Jeppesen issued) should have a Groundspeed-to-Vertical speed conversion table usually ranging from 70 knots groundspeed to 160 knots groundspeed with the appropriate V/S for the specific VOR approaches' vertical profile (which may or may not be 3.00 degrees) And as such, it is recommended to initiate the descent almost configured for landing (perhaps save the final stage of flaps) since you would like to have the same airspeed in order to keep the actual groundspeed in check. Compared to if you began descent at 200knots and before arriving at missed approach point you were flying 130 knots indicated. Keep it simple
  6. I am seeing the same thing. GNSS CTL is missing. I Downloaded "AS_CRJ700-900-X_FSX-P3D-FSXSTEAM_V1030" from Simmarket recently. Will uninstall / install the CRJ once again... EDIT: same thing after complete wipe of the CRJ and re-install of v1.0.3. No GNSS CTL. And the bearing pointers are behaving the same way as in 1.0.2. Aerosoft might want to re-check the content of the installers that you distribute to re-sellers. Seems like the changes are not simply there? Or can just be isolated to SimMarket?
  7. Yepp. I have it as well. Not a big deal for me since its remedied quickly but since Mathijs asked I should add that I have exactly the same specs as the OP wrote. Maybe that is a lead...?
  8. Hello! Thanks for a much welcome update. In the changelog we can see item: [Fixed] PFD bearing pointers mix-up But I am still having issues with the latest version which was released yesterday. I have provided screenshot. Compare the magenta VOR needles in the displays. Arlanda VOR is tuned in NAV1. MFD needle is correct bearing, but the PFD is completely off, looks like it is pointing towards FMS wpt. Am I alone in this?
  9. Hello. Probably he means that because the CRJ has aft mounted engines, the wings need to be further aft aswell. So the distance between the elevator and CoG ( moment arm) is shorter than compared to wing mounted airliners. An empty aircraft with aft-mounteed engines is therefore tail heavy at low weights, and you don't want to further increase this scenario by loading cargo only in the aft cargo holds. This can render the elevators unable to recover the situation This is in general terms, maybe the CRJ is little different, I am no expert PS: a nice side effect with T-tails is that you increase the distance between CoG and the elevators
  10. There is also a neat feature in the aerosoft CRJ for monitoring the appropriate V/S to next waypoint during descent. (Not talking about vnav advisory snoeflake or blue dot on the VSI) VNAV > VNAV DES and then press LSK 6L, can't remember exactly what the page is called since I am not at my computer. This works very well for me - who prefers V/S descents (Not a rw CRJ driver off course)
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