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    TBM 900 v1.1.4 Update Released!

    I was trying literally everything, click drag, scroll, right./left click nothing worked, but I redownloaded the plane and on the ground I was able to move it, im going to do a flight later to see if it will work while im in a flight.
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    TBM 900 v1.1.4 Update Released!

    I am saying the CRS was at 165 and you can see that on the g1000, and I couldn't get the number to go up or down by scrolling either CRS, I set it to LOC 1 and tried to scroll like I always do on all my planes and nothing happened. EDIT: I just downloaded the 114B update (newest) and on the ground I am able to turn the CRS, ill probably run a flight later to make sure that it's not the autopilot preventing the CRS from turning in flight.
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    TBM 900 v1.1.4 Update Released!

    Hey guy's I just did a new flight with the update I downloaded last night, and noticed the CRS is not turning so I waxs not able to do the ILS approach I was trying to do into KTVL, CRS was stuck at 165 would not turn to the 171 I needed.
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    great airplane except ground handling

    Remember this airplane react's about a second after you place the input and all the input you made in that second will take effect, if you made a large input and the plane reacts a second later then you will be sent flying, try placing only extremely small corrections and anticipate the engine torque, and if the airplane is vearing a bit make the necessary correction but dont increase the input until you know it's not going to work. Do a ton of landings, what i've been doing is taking off, staying in the pattern and doing a full stop with a quick reverse taxi back to takeoff.
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    great airplane except ground handling

    Just letting you guys know this is actually accurate to many airplane's I've flown, best advice I can give you is to react quickly to any turns to stay on top of it, and as every pilot says "Sometime's you gotta do A dance on the peddal's to keep her satisfied."