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  1. Quick question, any plans on making the IXEG SF compatible?
  2. Hello team, well the title pretty much says it all. regards SkyFly
  3. SkyFly

    Landing gear

    This was more information than I suspected to get. Brilliant! Thanks!
  4. SkyFly

    Landing gear

    Well, this might be an NG/MAX thing, but I have my doubts about that. Here Mentour Pilot, a 737-NG pilot, talked about how he had exactly this problem. Watch from Minute 12:00 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTS4BEKqi4U Also I watched a flightdeck video where this exact thing happened on an NG. Unfortunately I can´t find it anymore, despite my best efforts to hunt it down. They flipped the lever up, gear stayed down, they closed the flap properly and the gear came up.
  5. Hello there I´ll keep it short this time. You shouldn´t be able to raise the Gear if the emergency gear deploy flap behind the pedestal is not fully closed. Tested it yesterday and left the flap open for takeoff. The gear came up!
  6. Yup. It´s there. It just wasn´t the kind of button I was looking for. It works fine. Wheeeee!
  7. Yello Yall. Jan, this was a good hint. I´ll do some further testing within the next days
  8. Hello! Numerous people have brought up complaints about the autobrake not working sometimes for appearently no reason, myself included. After tideous testing I found out:. When the reversers are activated before the nosewheel is on the ground, the autobrake fails to work. If you wait with reverser deployment until the nose gear is down on the ground, the autobrake works fine. Oddly enough, I can hear the parking brake clicker when the autobrake activates. That´s how I immediatly hear if it works or not, even without looking at datarefs. It´s all weird. I don´t see this behaviour on any other airccraft. Tested about 100 times.
  9. Remeber that the 737-300 still has conventional light bulbs, not fancy xenon or LED stuff. They are quite dim.
  10. Oh no! You just shared the hack I use for my secret project!
  11. Had the same problem. After a simple reload of the plane it worked again.
  12. Yes! There is a LUA script out there for speed callouts.
  13. Caused much confusion after the initial release. You are late to the party.
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