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  1. Thank's Goran, that's what I see also. Understand the issue is with Laminar.
  2. Hi Goran, Interested in what you are seeing as I've always had this issue with or without any re shading plugins.
  3. Yes it does. I can hear it but like the Inertial sep I have to have my volume up a fair bit to notice them.
  4. A couple of other issues I found with the beta where no 500 foot call out & the speed trend indicator has disappeared. Have reverted back to 11.4 for the time being.
  5. Rossco

    No P-Factor

    Thanks Goran. I was a little sad to see it go however fully understood the reason for as so many did complain,
  6. Rossco

    No P-Factor

    I'll second this also. I have 100 plus hours on it's little cousin the TB20 & although nearly no where near as powerful it did have a take off trim setting for the rudder which you certainly had to use. Would be good to have it back. maybe as an option if possible?
  7. I did a flight yesterday & also noticed the ILS wasn't working on NAV 1 however I did find that NAV 2 appeared to be tuned in & showing both glide slope & Loc.. I was hand flying by that stage so not sure if the AP would have tracked correctly. Haven't had a chance to get back & see if this was a one off for the NAV 2 to be tuned for the approach & not the NAV 1.
  8. I find that with the experimental model on I require much more backward yoke pressure to take off & land. For a smooth take off I have to trim to the edge of the take off range & landing I have a lot of up trim to prevent the aircraft from dropping to the runway as seems to be a quirk with XPlane. I usually fly with a copilot plus 70 kg baggage in the rear which with the non experimental model doesn't cause me any issues. From memory this was reported some time ago also.
  9. Yes, don't think there is an option for a right hand side cockpit door however I wouldn't mind seeing the cockpit control lock in place & need to be moved & replaced before & after flight. Just to add to the already extensive immersion of this sim.
  10. Iv'e seen this happen a few times mainly on climb or descent & I believe it occurred after I used my Saitek Trim Wheel. I believe it gets out of coordination with the electric trim so I tend not to use the wheel anymore. Thought I'd throw this in as it might help. You might have two trim bindings that are clashing?
  11. Can you add me to the list too please Goran?
  12. Hi Rhino, I use SPAD.neXt & have assigned the G1000n3 commands for pln, proc etc to buttons if that's any help. I have also assigned the C1000n3 Fms up & down events to the outer & inner rotating knobs of one of my Saitek Radio knobs when in XPNDR mode which works nicely. I then assigned both Select with a short press & Enter with a long press to the ACT/STBY button beside the knob. Other important FMS buttons are assigned to the Saitek Auto Pilot when in CRS mode as I have a QGMC710 auto pilot module which works brilliantly & has made the Saitek redundant. Cheers
  13. Yes there is if you have SPAD.neXt which allows you to program a button/keyboard press in a designated range of your throttle axis. I have a PFC throttle set & have it set up to use one of the prop levers as the mixture axis & one of my throttle axis as throttle 1. I have it set so as I move into the reverse gate range of my throttle SPAD switches on the reverser. Moving the lever back out of the gate automatically moves the throttle to ground idle. Works quite well.
  14. If you have SPAD.neXt you can also get your throttle to enter beta/reverse range by assigning the command at the desired position of your axis thus eliminating having to press a button.
  15. Happily so far I've not experienced this however on touchdown I have to be careful as the nose wheel tends to lift off again if I'm not careful going in to reverse.
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