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  1. Hi all, Is it only me or is there no IGV (Inlet Guide Vane) on engine Nr 4 on your DC-8 (Fsx) ? Thanks
  2. I think most, if not all, of the RW Crj pilots use the proposed rate of descent on the MFD in conjunction with the snowflake to regulate their descent. It is easier readable then the indication on the VSI (Blue dot) and in the progress window of the MFD they have all the important information about the flight progress together in one location.
  3. Yes, I know that perfectly well . But the Vertical Vnav guidance in FPM does NOT appear on the MFD during the entire descent as it does on the real aircraft !
  4. ?? Thats not the MFD, thats the PFD. On the real aircraft it appears also on the upper right of the MFD (see picture above)
  5. Just a question: On the real CRJ during a VNAV descent the vertical guidance (FPM) appears on the MFD (top right, see pic) if you are in Vnav display mode. There is the snowflake and the blue dot , but also the guidance on the Mfd. I have never seen this guidance appear on the Mfd of the Aerosoft Crj. Am I doing something wrong or is this not programmed. ?
  6. Another interesting RL video. There seem to be effectively some "vibrations" on the ground but no noticable flexing at take-off
  7. hi my guess is there will be none understandable with msfs20 now but they could at least give an answer not answering at all gives no good impression of aerosoft
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