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Hey ive been having issues when adding sids/stars and going direct waypoints it creates a bunch of track lines sometimes lagging out the simulator completely im not sure why its doing it i tried uninstalling and reinstalling it still does it. It will also fail to follow the correct trackline once this happens

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Yes, I've seen similar things when I've had to change my route mid-flight. I think issues happen if there's ever a discontinuity in the flight plan (which persist even after removing them) but I don't have a specific scenario to reproduce this. I'm quite confident there is a legitimate issue with this though.

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vor 12 Stunden , Aplato sagte:

which persist even after removing them)

... and you pushing the EXEC-Button also?

 

I never have has such a line if I solved the discontinuity/ies and pushing the EXEC-Button

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On 7/20/2021 at 2:14 AM, Hoffie3000 said:

... and you pushing the EXEC-Button also?

 

I never have has such a line if I solved the discontinuity/ies and pushing the EXEC-Button

 

Yes. I don't have a specific scenario to reproduce this right now, but this definitely occurred after hitting EXEC.

 

2 hours ago, trudin23 said:

@Aplato Yeah ive removed discons and it still does this sometimes it will make a super thick line from the down station to the up station and FPS will tank to the point its a slideshow

 

Interesting -- I haven't experienced the FPS tank with this, just lines going to the wrong places.

 

1 hour ago, Mathijs Kok said:

What nav database is that?

 

I always use the latest Navigraph AIRAC data if that makes any difference. I've seen this kind of thing happen in a number of different places though and I'd be surprised if this particular issue is due to data rather than aircraft logic.

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Well I tried what was shown in your first image and I simply did not get the same effect.  As always we are unable to correct when we are not able to recreate the issues. Can you send me a procedure that ALWAYS does this?

 

Keep in mind, these kinds of issues are far from unknown in real aircraft, we have dozens of images like you show from real cockpits. If they happen pilots just fly the aircraft to the next waypoint.

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7 minutes ago, Mathijs Kok said:

Well I tried what was shown in your first image and I simply did not get the same effect.  As always we are unable to correct when we are not able to recreate the issues. Can you send me a procedure that ALWAYS does this?

 

Keep in mind, these kinds of issues are far from unknown in real aircraft, we have dozens of images like you show from real cockpits. If they happen pilots just fly the aircraft to the next waypoint.

 

I have no doubt the real aircraft has some quirks in this department as well. I will try a few things later and see if I can come up with a single reproducible scenario. I wish I had thought to write it down exactly when I experienced this.

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