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  1. Hello All, This will serve as a formal forum announcement that we have released the version 1.6 update for the Take Command! Saab 340A. All customers who have purchased the Saab 340A up till now have been sent an e-mail by X-Aviation with complete instructions on how to obtain your update. We have made this a very simple process! For those that purchase the Saab 340A from today forward, your purchased download will already be updated to version 1.6 for you. What if I didn't get the update e-mail? If you did not receive your update e-mail don't fret! X-Aviation has updated our syst
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  2. Cool. Maybe something to consider for v2. Definitely not going to be implemented in the current run. The purpose of this update went above and beyond, and after being on the market for 8 years with free updates it's time to move on from new features in this run.
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  4. The next update will fix your issues.
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  5. Yes Sir, that is exactly the way I do it. And then it´s work
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  6. I created a short video to show what I am experiencing. (Note in video: Disregard the Power Levers at FLT IDLE vs. GND IDLE... does not seem to have an impact but forgot to put it back when I started recording the video) Conclusions: Prop 2 Condition Lever does not appear to engage the Detent like CL1 If you manually move CL2 with mouse it works fine as long as Hardware Prop Lever is not in the start position. Issue is with Hardware Lever at start detent. Not sure if there are jitters causing the issue or not. On a separate topic: Also noticed that after the initi
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  7. I also confirm again that no amount of jiggling the RH hardware CL will allow a start on the RH engine. LH engine starts fine with the LH hardware CL, which demonstrates I know how to set them up, but no go with the RH engine. I can do it with the mouse, but that's not what I want to use.
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  8. And I can confirm, you have to using the mouse to "push" it down into the detent" Only using Saitek Throttle Quadrant it dont work!!
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  9. I can confirm that the right engine will not start, even though the yellow lines indicate "start". The left engine is good, it's only the right. Like I said, using the mouse to "push" it down into the detent will work. But there is something strange going on between left and right. Thanks for an awesome plane.
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  10. @BillyJB The error is caused by you upgrading to Mac OS X 64-bit only since your last install of the Saab. You can delete the Saab uninstaller file located in X-Plane/X-Aviation. That should solve it.
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  11. Have you tried physically pushing the CL into the START detent with the mouse? If it starts when you do this, we can take a closer look into why the other engine starts, but this one doesn't.
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  12. Goran - I can confirm that I can have both levers stating "START" and engine 2 start sequence will not begin when Start Switch pushed to Right Engine. I had no issues with previous version. I have tried using my Saitek Throttle Quadrant (which worked with previous version) and manipulating the actual CL's with the mouse. Every time I can get engine 1 to start. Only way I have been able to get E2 to start is with Autostart Sequence. Love this plane... fly it probably 3-4 times per week. Was very excited for this update... hopefully this bug can be resolved or you can let us know
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  13. Maybe I'm not setup correctly, but, when I move my physical throttle quadrant condition levers from cutoff to start, the virtual handles never sink into the detent. No matter how finely I move them around the start area. It works just fine if I grab the CL virtually and move them with the mouse. What can I do to use my physical quadrant?
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  15. I am able to map both CLs to individual axis, but moving it to the Start position does not properly find the Start detent, no mater how I jiggle it to try and find the detent. The mouse will not move the tiller either and I have Hyd pressure - both engines started via the automatic starter.
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  16. The Take Command!: SR22 Series by TorqueSim will be released on Saturday, July 25, 2020 at Noon EDT! A full breakdown of the features in this product, as well as a previously recorded livestream is available here in the forums. Be sure to check it out! This is one heck of a plane when it comes to systems fidelity and mechanical wear!
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