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Hi, found what looks like a bug in the FMS (great plane by the way). Can’t find this previously mentioned.

 

 I have ver. 180430.

 

The exact problem is a bit obscure. It occurs on the second or consequitive pages on the LEGS page. I an not able to enter (or copy) data into the first line LSK1R. The following 5 rows work ok. Hope is is not just me making an error

 

cheers Anton.

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vor 22 Stunden , Hans Hartmann sagte:

Sorry, but I don't know what version 180430 is. Our version numbers are formatted "1.x.x.x".

He might be talking about one of the beta test updates released in 2018-04-30 (which I would find odd since if he was indeed a BETA tester, he would have known by now that that's not the latest version :ph34r:).

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I actually know what he's talking about!

 

Sorry Hans, I totally forgot about this or else I would have brought it up to you earlier in the beta forum.

 

When on the LEGS pages if you want to manually enter a speed or altitude constraint using LSK 1R nothing is entered (You will change the "Sequence" on page 1 however) .

 

See attached video for a better idea of what happens.

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14 hours ago, ThatGuyDan96 said:

I actually know what he's talking about!

 

Sorry Hans, I totally forgot about this or else I would have brought it up to you earlier in the beta forum.

 

When on the LEGS pages if you want to manually enter a speed or altitude constraint using LSK 1R nothing is entered (You will change the "Sequence" on page 1 however) .

 

See attached video for a better idea of what happens.

I have not had occasion to enter or modify constrains very often in my flights.

 

What appears to be happening on my system is that I cannot change, delete or otherwise modify altitude/speed constraints that appear on the legs page as part of a SID or STAR, but can successfully enter new constraints at any waypoint that does not already have one, without causing anything to shift.

 

Jim Barrett

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