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  1. Reduce AA. Try just FXAA rather than something more intensive.
  2. LOL. Seriously? Insufficient? It tells you exactly where it crashed and why. You clearly know nothing about software development or debugging. Yes, it is the latest build. Log file attached (but there is nothing else of use). If you followed my reproduction steps, it would crash 100% for you, too. Log.txt
  3. The pertinent part is already quoted. I need to crash it again to generate the log file, but there is nothing else useful. It will happen with any airport/runway. Here is the original report:
  4. Hi, I get a CTD when I do any of the following: * Enter only a destination airport ICAO then select a takeoff runway or * Enter only a destination airport ICAO then select an arrival runway (this is OK), then select a departure runway (CTD). I don't get a crash dialogue like before, but just the X-Plane crash reporter. I reported this after initial release. Seems it was never fixed. [code] 2022-05-21 02:30:18 CL650[fpl.c:1064]: assertion "fpl->origin_arpt != ((void *)0)" failed: Backtrace is: 0 00007FFAE2403E49 C:\Windows\System32\KERNELBASE.dll+0000000000023E49 () 1 0000000080326842 D:\X-Plane 11\Aircraft\X-Aviation\CL650\plugins\systems\win_x64\systems.xpl+0000000000336842 (insert_origin_leg+392) 2 000000008032E7C8 D:\X-Plane 11\Aircraft\X-Aviation\CL650\plugins\systems\win_x64\systems.xpl+000000000033E7C8 (fpl_set_origin_rwy+138) 3 00000000803E0FB7 D:\X-Plane 11\Aircraft\X-Aviation\CL650\plugins\systems\win_x64\systems.xpl+00000000003F0FB7 (dep_arr_key+687) 4 000000008039609E D:\X-Plane 11\Aircraft\X-Aviation\CL650\plugins\systems\win_x64\systems.xpl+00000000003A609E (fmc_main+35e) 5 0000000080507937 D:\X-Plane 11\Aircraft\X-Aviation\CL650\plugins\systems\win_x64\systems.xpl+0000000000517937 (runpool_worker+1207) 6 00000000804FFCBF D:\X-Plane 11\Aircraft\X-Aviation\CL650\plugins\systems\win_x64\systems.xpl+000000000050FCBF (_lacf_thread_start_routine+f) 7 00007FFAE3166FD4 C:\Windows\System32\KERNEL32.DLL+0000000000016FD4 () 8 00007FFAE473CEC1 C:\Windows\SYSTEM32\ntdll.dll+000000000004CEC1 () 2022-05-21 02:30:19 CL650[fdr.c:465]: frame skipped 0-4 --=={This application has crashed!}==-- [/code]
  5. Hi, Could we get a maintenance feature whereby we can call maint to fix parts of the aircraft or service bottles, etc.? A bit like we already do with the de-ice truck?
  6. Get a faster hard disk or more memory. I fly over high-res ortho (I have terrabytes of the stuff). The hard disk is non-stop over those areas but XPL never hiccups.
  7. If you look carefully she isn't making the rated thrust. There is quirk with this aircraft in that if you fly too slowly in cold temps, the FADEC believes the air density is higher than it is, so reduces thrust. The problem is the air is not that dense, so it is no longer producing the *required* thrust. Consequently, you decelerate, which causes it to further reduce thrust. By flying faster, you increase TAT, which makes the FADEC think it is warmer, and so it increases thrust on the engine enabling it to maintain higher speeds at higher altitudes. I found it better to climb at 280/0.76. If SAT is very low (ISA-10 or lower) I find it beneficial to cruise at Mach 0.8 rather than anything faster as it doesn't have the thrust. I had a TAT of -48 the other night (ISA-18).
  8. Hi, I didn't say the landing lights didn't work. I was very specific: the NOSE lights do not illuminate the ground. My XPL settings are maxed.
  9. With a flight plan entered, ensure you entered a cruise altitude in the PERF page (PERF x 2, LSK1L). Check the flight plan shows climb (increasing crossing altitudes to cruise) and that the altitude selector is set above the current aircraft altitude. Press VNAV on the FCP, then press FLC, then in the FMS press PERF x 2 and select "RESUME xxx". VNAV will now control the speed as per the VNAV speed schedule.
  10. EGT


    You can only select it. If you select it, FMS VNAV will control the speed. If you want manual control of speed, just select a different speed with the speed selector knob on the AP control panel.
  11. There may be a broader issue with chart display. Even the FAA charts do not work at the moment. It appears it is something to do with SSL certificate handling in the sim.
  12. Hi, I noticed earlier that switching on the nose landing lights doesn't actually illuminate the ground? Is this WIP?
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