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Approach procedure no more displayed in Nav-Display

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I only noticed now that the selected Rwy (picture 1) is no longer displayed in the Nav display (picture 2).

Has this a special reason, in July 2018 it was still displayed.

I´m on the latest update 1.2.1.3

 

Regards, Wolfgang

 

A319_NAV1.thumb.png.ef94df890bacd9bd560012918adf4113.png

 

A319_NAV2.thumb.png.06a1344aecfad44bbf5ec8e32db45891.png

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Is always actual:

 

AIRAC cycle    : 1812
Version        : 1
Valid (from/to): 08/NOV/2018 - 05/DEC/2018

navigraph.com

 

 

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I also have the AIRAC of Navigrap and in the file where they define the RWY, Sid, Star and APPX of EDDF are all correctly defined the SID only for 18, 07 R/C, 25 L/C--and the star and APPX for all, not that can happen , it escapes my knowledge.

 

I imagine this is the Final APROX selected, taken from Navigraph... According to the image rise.

FINAL,R25LZ,25L,R,2,0, ,0,0,0,3.00
IF,LEDKI,50.10410000,8.85589167, ,0.0,0.0,2,4000,0,0,0,0,2,0,
TF,RW25L,50.04005278,8.58653056,0, ,0.0,0.0,0,0.00,1,412,0,0,0,0,3,1,3.1
TF,DF290,50.02046944,8.50463611,0, ,0.0,0.0,0,0.00,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1,1.0
TF,DF291,49.99518056,8.45125833,0, ,0.0,0.0,0,0.00,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1.0
CA,0,243,2,5000,0,0,0,0,0,0,1.0
DF,CHA,49.92110278,9.03981111,1, ,0.0,0.0,1,5000,0,0,0,0,0,0,1.0
HM,CHA,49.92110278,9.03981111,2, ,0.0,0.0,284,60.00,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1,

 

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On 11/12/2018 at 2:23 PM, Hoffie3000 said:

I only noticed now that the selected Rwy (picture 1) is no longer displayed in the Nav display (picture 2). 

Has this a special reason, in July 2018 it was still displayed.

I´m on the latest update 1.2.1.3

 

Regards, Wolfgang

 

A319_NAV1.thumb.png.ef94df890bacd9bd560012918adf4113.png

 

A319_NAV2.thumb.png.06a1344aecfad44bbf5ec8e32db45891.png

 

In image 1 You have selected the track ILS25R-Z, In the 2 you have selected ILS25L-Z, have you noticed that? Maybe that's the glitch.

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Hi, Miguel, I don't think that matters.

In earlier versions the approach Rwy was always displayed, no matter at which airport.
Also the AIRAC does not play a role in my opinion, since in earlier versions the Rwy selected in the FMC/flight plan was always shown in the Nav display.

Without Arrival Rwy the flight plan would not work if the AIRAC had an error.

 

That this is not a fantasy can be seen in the Step by Step Manual. For example page 75

a319_Nav3.thumb.jpg.65f497f3694d4027d74c454109c248b2.jpg

 

Let us wait and see if this can be fixed.

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hi Wolfgang !

Tried many time with no luck, including the approaches you mentioned.

I need all the information, if possible. I'd like to know on what condition does it happen.

 

For instance, I need at least the "FMGS.log", to be found in Data folder. (Make sure the "FMGS.ini" contains "Logging=1")

And a saved flight files, if possible.

Thanks

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Hello Choobe, the missing display is independent of the flight. It is missing no matter if I fly in Europe or USA.
Currently I am flying Airbus version 1.2.1.0 and even after updating to Win10 1809 (Fall update) and installing the full version of P3Dv4.4 this display is still missing.

 

The FMGS.log is attached from a flight today from EDDH-->EDDF

FMGS.log

 

Flightplan was: AMLU8G AMLUH UM852 HLZ T157 KERAX KER25N

EDDH33EDDF25R.pln

 

May be it works to see the flight Scenario:

A319_EDDH-EDDF_before descent.abx

a319_eddh-eddf_before descent.asc

a319_eddh-eddf_before descent.fms

A319_EDDH-EDDF_before descent.fxml

A319_EDDH-EDDF_before descent.wx

 

Regards, Wolfgang

 

 

 

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