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EFB has crazy negative values for V speeds

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Hi!

Just installed the latest update and now the V speeds calculation dont work. They show some crazy speed in negative. Please look at the screenshot

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No, the limits for operation on a snowy runway are exceeded. Yes, I should make those fields show "---" instead of the negative number, but there's no bug in the calculation itself.

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Hi @Hans Hartmann

 

I don't think that's the case because as you can see below, it happens with all combinations of runway condition and flaps. Please look at the screenshots.

This only happened with the new update. Before that it was ok.

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I think there is also a limit how light can an airplane be for flying.

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3 hours ago, Branimir said:

I think there is also a limit how light can an airplane be for flying.

Yes, i'm sure, but please look at those weight numbers... Like -974077808

 

I also cant get the EFB to show any positive numbers while in Quito (SEQM). I even tested the plane without payload, only with fuel and it doesnt work.

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I already said what the reason is and I already fixed it here. There's no further information to be given here.

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