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Flaps still down at Cruise

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The flaps still show being down at cruise and the flap lever is all the way up. Also i have the indication on the ECAM.

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Looking at your cockpit screenshot and seeing the strange green line, guess something is wrong with your installation.

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Do not install the Airbus inside the P3D folder. Create a folder our´tside P3D like "d:\P3D Addons" and install the Airbus to this folder.

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15 hours ago, mopperle said:

Do not install the Airbus inside the P3D folder. Create a folder our´tside P3D like "d:\P3D Addons" and install the Airbus to this folder.

 

Why such a rule? Mine installed into P3d/Ecosystem/ Aerosoft / all my aerosoft product are there, no problem at all, also some of them are installed there by default soon as the installer detected my P3d 

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Basically, because that is how Lockheed wants things to be. The other huge advantage is that I deleted P3D last week to install another version and all my add-ons are still available.

 

A minuscule advantage, if you are able to install it on a different drive is that it loads a bit faster because the sim and add-on might need files at the same time. With modern SSD's that's not an issue but still.....

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I placed it outside of P3Dv4 and it's looking good. Did a flight EDDS/LOWW no issues. Used to have it the way Hypo had it also and had no issues with but eh gatta change with the software :) thanks gents.

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