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  1. Using the C172 G1000 aircraft I am seeing unexpected behavior of the HSI when in Susp mode during a published hold. This is reproducible during published holds and course reversals. When entering the hold all is fine and the G1000 HSI properly goes into Susp mode but then the CDI starts acting like an RMI needle (pointing directly to the fix with the course deviation centered) instead of just staying on the set course and showing a course deviation. The Susp annunciator above the Susp soft key is highlighted but the only thing suspended about it is that it is not sequencing to the next fix. Why in the world would the CDI needle start acting like an RMI? This is not the way a real world G1000 operates at all. Is there a setting to adjust that will make the HSI continue to work normally as a suspended CDI and remain on the set course? The only work-around I can find is once entering the hold, set direct to the fix (instead of leaving the FMS navigating the HOLD fix), re-suspend the HSI and set the CDI to the course needed (as you would to manually hold at a fix). I guess my question is: is this a bug or is it designed to work that way? I am using version 11.53r1
  2. File Name: Wide Taxiway Markings Library Replacement File Submitter: chris k File Submitted: 08 Feb 2013 File Category: Misc Scenery Resources X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 9 & 10 Wide Taxiway Markings - Library Replacement v2.0 (a.k.a. X-Plane Default Taxiway Texture Line Marking Replacement Definition files... say that 10 times fast!) Feb 06, 2013 - Chris K and the ISDG Group ____________________________________________________________ Quick Description: This file makes the X-plane default taxiways much wider; better reflecting reality. All Airport pavement markings look much more like their real-life counterparts. ____________________________________________________________ Detailed Description: This file overwrites X-Plane's built-in library of taxiway markings using the Library EXPORT system functionality provided by X-Plane. It replaces the Line (.LIN file) definitions with a duplicate definition file which exactly doubles the size of the lines in both the horizontal and vertical directions. This method manipulates the library in a "3rd party developer" friendly way, by use of LIBRARY directives, and in no way overwrites any of X-Planes default files; or requires the end-user to modify X-Planes own internal files or textures. This makes it work for any version of X-Plane that supports the 800 LIBRARY system, which includes X-Plane 8.5+, X-Plane 9, and X-Plane 10. This method also allows easy installation, and is easy to delete. ____________________________________________________________ INSTALLATION: Unzip, and copy "Wide Taxiway Markings Library Replacement" into "Custom Scenery" - That's it. UNINSTALL: Delete "Wide Taxiway Markings Library Replacement" from "Custom Scenery" - That's it. ____________________________________________________________ FUNCTIONALITY: Works on both XP9 and XP10; As these files didn't change (or get any upgrades to better ones) between the XP versions. Enjoy! ____________________________________________________________ v1.0 to v2.0 changes: As per daveduck's excellent insight, we changed from individual files you needed to manually copy into X-Planes internals by hand...........to a library-based method to replace the markings in an X-Plane "3rd party" modification friendly way. Click here to download this file
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    Wide Taxiway Markings - Library Replacement v2.0 (a.k.a. X-Plane Default Taxiway Texture Line Marking Replacement Definition files... say that 10 times fast!) Feb 06, 2013 - Chris K and the ISDG Group ____________________________________________________________ Quick Description: This file makes the X-plane default taxiways much wider; better reflecting reality. All Airport pavement markings look much more like their real-life counterparts. ____________________________________________________________ Detailed Description: This file overwrites X-Plane's built-in library of taxiway markings using the Library EXPORT system functionality provided by X-Plane. It replaces the Line (.LIN file) definitions with a duplicate definition file which exactly doubles the size of the lines in both the horizontal and vertical directions. This method manipulates the library in a "3rd party developer" friendly way, by use of LIBRARY directives, and in no way overwrites any of X-Planes default files; or requires the end-user to modify X-Planes own internal files or textures. This makes it work for any version of X-Plane that supports the 800 LIBRARY system, which includes X-Plane 8.5+, X-Plane 9, and X-Plane 10. This method also allows easy installation, and is easy to delete. ____________________________________________________________ INSTALLATION: Unzip, and copy "Wide Taxiway Markings Library Replacement" into "Custom Scenery" - That's it. UNINSTALL: Delete "Wide Taxiway Markings Library Replacement" from "Custom Scenery" - That's it. ____________________________________________________________ FUNCTIONALITY: Works on both XP9 and XP10; As these files didn't change (or get any upgrades to better ones) between the XP versions. Enjoy! ____________________________________________________________ v1.0 to v2.0 changes: As per daveduck's excellent insight, we changed from individual files you needed to manually copy into X-Planes internals by hand...........to a library-based method to replace the markings in an X-Plane "3rd party" modification friendly way.
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