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  4. I just completed this flight, and I did have an LNAV problem. I used the same flight plan and aircraft. ASPD3 (Beta 7) weather was active, which gave almost a direct tailwind of 46 knots at FL 370 NO problems on the J523 segment, but the aircraft left the NAV track between BCE and TCS. That is a 361 nm direct leg between those two waypoints. When I was about 1/3 along the route segment, 133 nm past BCE, with 228 nm still to go to TCS. the aircraft slowly turned about 40 degrees to the left, and started flying away from the course line. I let it go about 10 miles, and it showed no signs of coming back. I went to HDG select, and steered back onto the course line. I was about 208 nm from TCS when I was back on the course line. I then did a DIR INTC to TCS, EXEC, and went back to NAV mode. The aircraft continued on the track to TCS, then make the turn to MRF. The rest of the flight went smoothly without further deviations.
  5. I’m not sure that the CRJ uses TFDI RealLight? Perhaps Hans can confirm. The CRJ installer does appear to install TrueGlass. I disabled both dlls in the P3D /gauges folder by renaming them, because both are VRAM hogs. One or the other dll might indeed be responsible for a drop-off in performance after an hour or two of flight. I’ve seen that reported in the LM forums by users of several different add-on aircraft.
  6. Thanks. I will try this flight. Were you using Active Sky or other r/w weather?
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  10. This is very strange. My experience has been just the opposite. In P3D 4.5, The CRJ Pro had definite and continuous frame rate fluctuations. Not enough to make the aircraft unflyable, but noticeable. In P3D 5, the CRJ is absolutely smooth, no fluctuations at all, and certainly comparable to FSL, PMDG or other add-ons that have been released for V5. My frame rates are externally locked at 30, and the CRJ has no problem maintaining that. My computer hardware did not change going from 4.5 to 5, other than the fact that I do update my graphics drivers on a regular basis as new versions are released by Nvidia I know Hans is looking into the graphics drawing calls that the CRJ uses to see if there are ways to optimize things further. Obviously not every user is seeing frame rate problems, and I’m curious as to why that may be. I’m assuming that is has something to do with specific CPU/GPU combinations. My CPU is an older 4790K OC to 4.2 GHz. My GPU is a newer GTX-1080 Ti, with 11 GB.
  11. What was the model (550, 700 900 or 1000) and flight plan? Do you recall at what point the aircraft made a 180 degree turn, and at what point it drifted off of the route by 50 miles? Will try to duplicate.
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  14. I am out of ideas. My insight is gleaned from previous posts regarding this problem in the CRJ and Aerosoft Airbus. The most common fix appears to have been to insure that the setting in the config file is COCKPIT_HIGH_LOD=1. At least one Airbus customer solved it by deleting the Prepar3D.cfg file entirely, which will build a fresh copy the next time the sim is launched. If you try that, be sure to make a note of all your current sim preferred graphics settings, as you will have to restore them afterwards. When you delete the config file, on the next launch of the sim, it will load the default F35 fighter at Randolph AFB, with all the default graphics settings that were present when you first installed P3D. The config file can definitely get corrupted - especially if the sim CTDs unexpectedly.
  15. Are you 100 percent sure that the four required font files (that begin with the letters “DA” ) are present in the C:\Windows\Fonts folder?
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