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  1. RobW05

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    Is this while flying manually or with autopilot on? If manually: What happens when you engage autopilot in alt hold mode, does it still go up and down? And if with autopilot: Could it be that you still give input signals with your mouse which the autopilot has to fight against?
  2. Yes, creating a new airframe will reset it.
  3. The user guide describes it best: In the real aircraft, this knob permits adjusting the friction (resistence to movement) of the engine throttle. In the simulation of the aircraft, clicking the throttle friction knob locks the throttle in place, such that it won’t follow user throttle inputs anymore, provided that the physical throttle control isn’t moved too far. This enables use of lower quality throttles that are prone to having some “noise” in their outputs. When the physical throttle is deflected sufficiently far from the virtual throttle position, the virtual throttle will start slowly “dragging” to the new physical throttle position. This can be used for very fine throttle adjustments, even when very little precision is available from the physical throttle axis.
  4. That might be the issue. You have to arm it within 5 minutes prior to TOD. It will be ignored in case you do it earlier. Other than than it's pretty much straight forward: - set your VNAV profile - set an altitude preselection lower than your current altitude (typically the altitude you have been cleared to descend to by ATC) - arm VNAV within 5 minutes prior to TOD (simply do it when you hear the "vertical track" callout)
  5. No, the G1000 isn't suited for VNAV climb. You can climb in FLC or VS mode but have to manage altitude restrictions manually.
  6. I guess you also checked the maintenance menu for any failures? And just to make sure, have you checked and turned off xplane default failures? If you're following the checklists closely I really can't think of anything else than a failure. Hmm wait, do you by chance have any script running or maybe a hardware binding which could prevent fuel to flow? It would be worth to try without any scripts and all hardware unplugged. If it's working then you know how to troubleshoot further.
  7. Did you turn the fuel selector to either left or right tank?
  8. It was moved to copilot side a few versions back. (for the reason that the real thing has it on copilot side )
  9. It could easily be dependent on the direction you're taxiing. It's weird sometimes yes. I know a certain spot in the Orbx Courchevel scenery where I can park and shutdown just fine, but next time I start xplane I find my TBM on fire right after loading.
  10. Very likely the problem lies in the scenery. I have experienced that myself everytime I taxied over a certain spot in an airport scenery. The problem was then fixed by the scenery author. However, try to choose another parking spot and avoid crossing the area you crashed before.
  11. It works, yes, but you really shouldn't be greeted with this screen anytime you start the sim (unless you did exit the sim without proper shutdown of the airplane) and moreover you should be able to press yes or no without the sim crashing. Something's not right with your installation or maybe you have conflicting plugins. Try without any scripts and plugins or maybe even with a fresh copy of xplane.
  12. You could try deleting the content of your x-plane 11\Output\TBM900\state folder. That should give you a clean state without triggering the flight recovery window next time you start. Be aware this also deletes your aircraft state and you will start with a new one.
  13. What happpens when you press "no"?
  14. If buttons are sufficient for you then you don't need FWL or Spadnext. Just assign a button to the mixture up command and another button to the mixture down command. Using these two buttons you will then be able to control the right side of the throttle from cutoff to flight idle and back.
  15. You can achieve that with Spad.Next too, you just need to know which datarefs to look at. (same as with the script I guess )
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