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Hi Few problems/queries with regards to the navigation abilities of the FSL product. 1) The ADF needle on the DDRMI will not hold a bearing to the NDB, rather it swings about madly. I am aware of quadrantal, night, terrain, thunderstorm,coastal effects and needle dip when banking on NDB signal promulgation. I have simulated various NDB's in various locations and times of the day, I still seem to be experiencing a bug where the ADF needle will just jerk around constantly. 2) Frequent mode reversions from NAV into HDG to the point where I'm having to hand fly holds and non-p approaches that aren't RNAV. I am finding it difficult for the aircraft to enter the hold, from any of the three sectors, and then stay in managed NAV mode as it flies the hold. Even on the straight outbound leg, the end of which is a simple rate 1 turn, I have found the mode reversion of managed NAV into HDG hold pretty much constantly. 3) Similarly, I am finding it difficult to get the aircraft's automation to fly a procedural non-p or precision approach. Even for Cat D approaches which are gentle enough for A380's, at some point during the outbound leg I'm finding that managed nav can't process the base turn onto the final approach course and will mode revert into HDG, even when flying the Cat C/D outbound track and with the procedural approach all loaded up in the MCDU FPLN page. 4) What is the fslabs service that one can find under processes in task manager? It runs with FSX not started and even runs after the uninstallation of the product and restarting my computer. Why would this process need to be running when the product is no longer installed? Many thanks
Dear Folks! First of all, I would like to thank you guys at flightsimlabs for making a dream come true to have an on spot simulated Airbus available for FSX and later P3D (can’t wait). The Airbus is a dream to hand fly and the system are very, very deep. Nevertheless, there is a problem that I want to address. Yesterday I was climbing out of LFMN when I noticed, that the bus seems to overshoot the flightpath and tries to fly back on the track, although there is a track (138 degrees) given by the charts (see picture). I thought, that the airbus recalculates your positon after the turn and “directs” you on the track to the intercept point. I wouldn’t say that the airbus behaves wrong, just abnormal I guess. For example: There is a video of an A380 Level-D simulator, where you can see an intercept example out of EGLL. Even though the pilot doesn’t turn the aircraft, there is no route offset (example: 0.3 R). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TywPmByZxps Maybe the A380 behaves different, but I guess in terms of this situation not that much. Performed with AIRAC 1610 (Navigraph and Navdata Pro). Any ideas?