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Every time I X Out of PFD & MFD Popups, and bring them up again, they go to a different location. Have to adjust every time which is a pain.

Perhaps next update you could fix that, and if possible to have the aircraft maintain Popup size and location for the next flight.

Thanks for the great aircraft.

 

 

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44 minutes ago, jc55jc said:

Every time I X Out of PFD & MFD Popups, and bring them up again, they go to a different location. Have to adjust every time which is a pain.

Perhaps next update you could fix that, and if possible to have the aircraft maintain Popup size and location for the next flight.

Thanks for the great aircraft.

Is this for the popups when clicking the screen or the bezel-less popups?

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Thanks for the prompt response.

Popups when clicking the screen.

Did not know that there are also bezel-less popups nor how to bring them up.

 

Also the Ignition switch turns and gets the engine started without the key inserted.

 

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About the bezel-less popups:

After loading the SR22, the menu strip at the top of the window should have a "Cirrus SR22" (or "Cirrus SR22TN") item (corresponding to the version of the SR22 you loaded). On my computer, it's the third item from the left (File Flight Cirrus SR22 . . . .)

Click on that item, and a menu will drop down that has five items, the bottom two of which are: "Toggle G1000 PFD w/o Bezel" and "Toggle G1000MFD w/o Bezel". Click those, and a bezel-less display will pop out -- one that can be moved to another spot on your monitor or to another monitor altogether.

I use the bezel-less PFD and MFD because my sim includes a RealSimGear G1000, and it has its own physical buttons and knobs, like an actual G1000. For simmers who use the onscreen buttons and knobs, a bezel-less PFD and MFD would not be helpful.

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About the Ignition switch:

Oh my. That's true on mine too! Guess that means the plane has to be kept in a locked hangar . . . unless the key is necessary to unlock the plane's door. [;-) 

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