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    Bose Headset

    Hey. Great to see the Bose A20 replacing the DC, but I'm frustrated when seeing the bose "opened". The headset is sprung, and when not worn, the earpads are touching one each other. Would be cool to see it "closed" as it would be IRL when laying on a seat.
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    TOC, TOD & BOD in the map

    Furthermore, the aircraft modelled is a TBM900, featuring a "legacy" G1000 (not an NXi which equips the TBM910, or can be retrofitted on TBM900).
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    When to Refill Oxygen?

    TBM oxygen is emergency oxygen. Only used in emergency. When to refill ? When oxygen quantity is below the minimum emergency oxygen needed for the flight. When is that ? Check page 607 and following of the PIM : http://www.tbm.aero/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/PIM_TBM900__E1.pdf Depends on cruise altitude, minimum enroute altitude, POB. you can use the TBM PERFORMANCE app (IOS / ANDROID / Internet) too.
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    fuel planner

    The TBMPerformance app is available on IOS too, and even directly on your internet browser https://pohperformance.com/TBM/ It is very complete for the operational part of flying, but it is very "simple" as it come to Fuel Planning.
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    LeftToeBrake to Right LUA Script

    Hi there Did some tests. It seems both wheels brakes, cause there is no deviation when braking from high speeds. But, when looking the Brakes temps graphs, only the left one is getting hot...sad
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    Steering the Plane after landing

    if you have the problem only after landing (not before takeoff), check Yaw Damper is disconnected.
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    Please let us get rid of the pilot?

    An option to be able to remove the pilot from the aircraft in the payload (and correlatively visually), as the copilot, for visual experience on the ground, would be GREAT !
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    LeftToeBrake to Right LUA Script

    2Fat2Fly thank you very much. Effectively, I noticed the pedal did not move, but did not try to taxi, having other issues. Will try tonight. Thanks;)
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    LeftToeBrake to Right LUA Script

    Hello I don't have rudder pedals, so for braking, I use a single axis on my joystick. The joystick axis commands the left toe brake, and I use a LUA script which link the Right Toe Brake to the Left One The script does not work anymore on the TBM (I updated from 1.0.5 to 1.1.0) but works fine on other aircraft.
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    Runway on SVT

    little up on my problem, cause I may have found it is not the case for all users. The first picture is how it looks on my computer, ON THE GROUND. The aircraft looks like to be "in the air". Below is how it looks from the youtube video released by "jason" You can clearly see the runway edges are about midheight of the screen, and the aircraft looks like "on the ground" any idea ?
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    Runway on SVT

    Hello I find the runway depiction on the SVT very unrealistic. I got this feeling by looking at the videos pre-release, but this is confirmed by flying the simulator. What I mean is : - the runway is depicted very very small, almost indistinguishable at more than 1 or 2nm from the runway (IRL, you can easily spot the runway on the PFD to align your FPV as far as 5 or 6 nm , even more). - when sitting on the runway, the runway is depicted very narrowly, giving the impression you are still in flight. During flare, if you look at the runway, you have the impression you are still very very high. Look at this part of this video for a short comparison : on the real aircraft, the runway edges join the border of the screens at the middle height point of the screen. You really have this sensation the aicraft IS on the ground just by looking at the SVT.
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    Cannot close rear door

    had some problems with "old" airframe since updating to 1.0.5. maybe it is one of them
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    Need help to update the PFPX TBM 850

    The thing is that the TBM is still a General Aviation aircraft (a large one, but still one). By opposition to airlines and professionnal business jet world, pilots mostly plan and fly using fuel volume and not fuel weight. If you look inside the official TBM PIM, fuel consumption is given for Liters / h, Kgs / h, and USG /h. Not Lbs/h. By the way, fuel gauges inside the aircraft are USG. Having said that, I find more realistic to plan and fly using General Aviation tool, than professionnal tool that don't give you the possibility (PFPX ou Simbrief) to plan using USG/h. For Europe, I use Autorouter, and for US, I use fltplan.com. Both are free, and offer stock TBM9 profile.
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    Suggestion for a future update

    I think if you just remove the "state" file in "output/TBM900", you get a fresh cold and dark
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    Remove Pilot from Aircraft