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FSUIPC 4.217 and wind smoothing on the 744X

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Have any of you tried Pete's FSUIPC 4.217 with "wind smoothing" enabled within FSX SP2? He has done a marvelous job in this build & wind behavior is finally shaping up quite nicely. Of interest however, is the lateral behavior of the 744X AFCS . Please reference this post in Pete's forum http://forums.simflight.com/viewtopic.php?...=423361#p423361Please feel free to contribute so we can finally overcome the winds aloft issue in FSX.


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I can confirm that I had the same problem with lateral navigation with the 747x with wind FSUIPC wind smoothing on. Only at low altitudes, though. Once above about 12000' (probably a wind layer), it all "smoothed" out. Again, on descent, things went haywire when I got below 12k--about the time I was on vectors. Below that altitude, I could not acquire HDG, but LNAV was hit or miss. I turned off smoothing on descent, and it was ok. I noticed that the wind arrow in the ND was "twitching" all over the place. Constantly changing direction/speed.Kylehttp://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/forum/747400.jpg


Kyle Broadbent

Main Sim PC: P3D v4.4, i7-8086K @ 5.3GHz (5.1 AVX), ASUS Maximus XI Hero, EVGA 1080 ti SC2, Dell U3011 30" IPS monitor, G.Skill 32GB 3200 Trident Z 14-14-14, Samsung 512GB 960 Pro NVMe (OS), Samsung 2TB 970 EVO NVMe (P3D & Orbx), Samsung 1TB 850 EVO (Games & FS Apps) and Samsung 2 TB HD (backups/temp storage), Win 10 Pro 64, Yoko Yoke, Saitex Combat Rudder Pedals, 2x Saitek Throttle Quads.

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