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So, I loaded the A321-X by accident so I load the A320-X which was the aircraft I intended to use, but I got an error about bitmaps.zipp. The error makes the plane not flyable (fixed by reloading the sim) but an EFB loads in!!!! Note the EFB/iPad is not usable.
Replacement Remote MCDU for iPad View File These are replacement mcdu.html files for optimal experience on iPads. The only iOS browser that fully works with remote MCDU (default or customised) is Firefox (you can download it for free from App Store). For more information, please read included PDF file. Enjoy! Submitter Roman Heriban Submitted 07/07/18 Category A320-X - Unsupported Mods
Since upgrading to 4.2 on the latest version of FS labs, I am finding that the remote MCDU set up is now essentially useless as it is extremely in registering keystrokes. Also, a lot of entries will not be displayed until I move away from a given MCDU screen and then come back to it. Is anyone else having an issue with this? I simply don't have the time to go through the support ticket system. I have obviously tried closing chrome on the iPad and re opening it however this does not effect any change.
I am aware you must be working hard on P3D and SP1, maybe you will implement HOLD at PPOS, assignable RUDDER TRIM and further ipad/tablet enhancement?. I mean, for instructional and multi-crew purposes we would enormously benefit from having a couple more full-implemented 2D panels for the ipad (via Chrome is fine) like an Ecam and Switching control panel, Overhead, FCU (almost fine with the current one, lacks p/b's) and a Pedestal. That way the instructor/pilot monitoring can assist the pilot flying as needed and expected without interrupting the flow. If too complicated, a single generic panel with generic buttons would do as well (flaps, spd brk, gear, gravity extn, fcu options, ecam sys, switching panel switches, eng masters, rud trim reset, primary overhead pb's, etc). Hope these are reasonable requests, thanks for at least considering them.