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  1. Below is my screen shot on a Samsung 55 inch 4K. It is clear and easily readable (even with my old eyes). Be sure to click on the image below to see the actual resolution of what I see. Best wishes!
  2. Just a thought, have you installed the legacy versions if Simconnect? If not, give that a try.
  3. Please try using Shift-L to light up the MCDU, and let us know if that works for you. Best wishes!
  4. Well, you beat me to it! That is indeed the case. This would be something the developer of RealTraffic would have to look at. Many thanks for your research into this my friend, and job well done!!! (In the Navy, we call that a Bravo Zulu!) I'm going to send you a Private Message on something that is not related to this. I hope to hear back from you. Best wishes!
  5. Friends, I just spent 30 minutes trying to reproduce this issue (which as the Boss said, we don't doubt you guys one single bit, even before you were kind enough to provide videos). My testing included switching from other startup states to Cold and Dark as default and starting P3D and then loading the aircraft straight into Cold and Dark. Unfortunately, I was not able to duplicate what is shown in the video above, nor did I have problems with any of the other switches. FORTUNATELY... I know of a few things which MIGHT cause this, but first I would like to get some additional help from you guys which will set us up for some deductive reasoning in our troubleshooting this. FIVE QUESTIONS TO HELP US FIGURE THIS OUT: 1. Please re-check that P3D is running "As Administrator". Some Windows updates will change the compatibility settings and remove "Run As Administrator" from various programs. 2. Does this happen with any of the other CFM or IAE aircraft (A318/A319/A321)? It's important to test this and let us know please. 3. Something else that is important to test is if this ever occurs in the other Airbus Pro load states. This is also very important, so please test and let us know. 4. Please test and let us know if this problem occurs with any of the other switches. 5. ONLY after looking at the above, please try setting the default Airbus Pro load state to Turn Around, close P3D, restart P3D, load the Airbus (which will now be in the Turn Around State), test to see if the problem occurs, without leaving the aircraft load the Cold and Dark state and see if the problem remains. Possible causes: 1. Lockheed Martin made some significant changes to how switches work back with either version 4.3 or 4.4 (sorry, I don't remember which one), but it caused some issues with another aircraft that I helped with, but only because of how we had programmed the switches with that other aircraft. The Aerosoft Airbus was not affected by this change, however if someone had only updated their P3D Client and not the Scenery and Content components then it's possible they could have some switch related issues. Why does this only affect the Nav Light switch? I don't have an answer to that, but if you've updates only the Client component, please try updating the Content and Scenery components of P3Dv4 and see if that makes a difference. 2. If you installed the Airbus and did not first disable your computer security and/or didn't run the installer "As Administrator", then you'll need to remove the Airbus Pro software and reinstall. 3. When updating to version you must first uninstall the previous version, and this includes checking and removing any Airbus Pro folders remaining after the uninstall. The default location for folders that you should check are: Documents\Aerosoft\Aerosoft A318-A319 Professional folder Documents\Aerosoft\Aerosoft A320-A321 Professional folder Documents\Aerosoft\General folder * Remember to always reboot after uninstalling the Airbus Pro and after reinstalling the Airbus Pro. 4. Some other software is interfering with this switch. a. If you're using EZDoc, then it's possible this could cause this. Try disabling EZDoc and see if that makes a difference. b. Another possibility is FS2Crew. Try disabling this and see if this corrects the issue. c. A running LUA script, SPAD NEXT, or FSUIPC setting (especially an FSUIPC Macro) could also affect this, though less likely this is the cause it's not outside the realm of possibility. 5. Frame rates less than 15fps could cause this, which may happen if you've just loaded into a payware airport. 6. Attempting to operate the switch prior to the Aircraft State fully loading (stabilizing) it's possible this could cause this. Depending on a number of variables, it could take 20 to 30 seconds for a new aircraft state to fully load / stabilize. Looking forward to hearing back from you!
  6. This just in... A321, bird strikes to both engines, emergency landing in a corn field. Great Russian Pilots, which a very nice assist from Airbus avionics which keep the wings level (this is likely the only reason Sully's flight didn't cart wheel into the Hudson river). Great design!
  7. I'm very sorry to hear you're having difficulties. Is this happening during the same flight, or are you experiencing this on different flights? If you're able to reproduce this on every flight then I'm sure one of our developers might want to get with you in a Teamviewer session to take a look at this.
  8. Something else to consider... If you have any of the Carenado aircraft installed as well as an AI Traffic program then it's still possible for the Carenado aircraft to be called, and that can create a CTD. I believe some AI Traffic program automatically scan and add your payware aircraft, while others provide you the option of doing so manually. It's been many years since i used such software as I always fly online. Such AI Traffic programs would be Ultimate Traffic Live, My Traffic, and others. If you have this type of software, then you can either remove/block the Carenado aircraft from being called by these programs, or alternatively remove the aircraft from your installation (obviously not the first choice) and then make another flight to see if you still get a CTD.
  9. Did you try clearing your P3D Shaders? Beyond that, feel free to create a post in our support area and PM me the link, and I'll be happy to see if I can give you a hand with performance. Best wishes!
  10. We won't know for sure until the release candidate is ready, however minimum PC specifications should closely match those for the other Airbus Professional aircraft, and you can find those minimum system requirements kn the respective product pages in our store. I've not seen any performance difference between the smaller Airbus Pro aircraft and the A330 thus far into development. I hope this is helpful to you. If your sysyem already struggles to run the present Airbus Pro aircraft, then on average one of the best system enhancements I know of is changing fro. A HHD to an SSD, and the software that comes with most higher end SSDs will automatically handle the cloning and copying of an existing HHD to the SSD, making it a fast and easy transition. I hope this is helpful to you.
  11. My friends, Some years ago I was fortunate enough to receive formal training in computer security, and I have long recommended that flight simmers run Nortons, Bit Defender, or Kaspersky. These are in my opinion and that of AVLABs are the best and most comprehensive security programs for PCs, and contrary to common belief the performance impact of this software is very minor. In fact, we mandated the use of the above security software in a private flight sim group I managed for 10 years, and if there was an adverse effect we would have seen it. The only time I've seen an adverse effect of running such software was either because someone was running a different computer security product or if their system was an older computer which required them to significantly reduce their settings in order to maintain a decent frame rate. This year a new virus that you should know about it running around the Internet. It's called r.eablink and you can read more about it at the links below. Among other things, this virus specifically targets one of the most used browsers, Google Chrome, and it's something we all should at least now about. Had it not been for my computer security, my system might have been compromised early today! Please take a moment to at least consider running computer security on your systems, and familiarizing yourself with r.eablink. This is a nasty one. Best wishes!
  12. Fantastic! Few people know it because Mathijs never, ever seeks credit for all he's done for the flight sim community for over 30 years. If people knew 25% of what he's done, flight simmers would have zero doubt that he's been directly responsible for helping push flight sim to ever higher levels of realism, immersion and new products. The same goes for Aerosoft as a whole, who donates large sums to the non-profit side of our hobby. In addition to the A330, I hope they ask Mathijs about his history and involvement in our hobby! It's time people knew all he's done for us, and we should care about that!
  13. Since it's not helpful to you, I removed me post.
  14. I don't know if this helps you or not, but Assumed Temp is automatically calculated in our Airbuses after you enter the various data.
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