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  1. Push (on top) the steering wheel, that activate the nose wheel steering. It's located at the left side panel captain side. Regards J@nek
  2. Simply search for the G1000 controls via the XPlane menu. Sorry my XPlane is in GER ;-) Regards J@nek Range: For the left, right, up, down:
  3. Thank you, awesome paint.
  4. You're welcome Regards J@nek
  5. J@nek

    Ipad on yoke

    Just klick on the USB ports next to the yoke. Regards J@nek
  6. This plane has no "nose wheel steering" like an airliner. Most of GA aircrafts are controlled via the padels, brake and steering. So it's like the real one. It's a feature ;-) Regards J@nek
  7. Hi, did you switch the nav source to VOR/LOC (green arrow). Boeing 737 it is not necessary to switch the nav source. No, the correct course on Nav1 receiver is enough. What was your intercept heading? AP indication on Pfd, LOC and GS in green or armed (white)? Regards J@nek
  8. Never had that issue. AP TRIM on? Yaw damper on? Dit you load standard Cessna before loading the TBM? Maintanace hangar, maybe a system problem. Engine always stays in the green? In flight, check for icing condition maybe switch anti ice on. Regards J@nek
  9. Via the XPlane airac. The source of the nav data is XPlane. Regards J@nek
  10. Yes I notice the same since 1.08. Try the lower right area from the throttle lever it should work. Before 1.08 it was much better to catch the right point on the lever. Regards J@nek
  11. Hi, any future plans to integrate Navigraph charts into the MFD or an solution in combination with avi tab? Thx Gesendet von meinem SM-G930F mit Tapatalk
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