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Guest UMaus

After a one-year hiatus from FS, I'm back with the A320. I am using the current registered version of FSUIPC, with FSMeteo. I have noticed peculiar actions from the FMC while in flight.When I switch on the FMC to look at it or make edits, the aircraft goes into uncontrollable flight. If I quickly close the FMC, it usually recovers. This is however not the way I want to fly.Any similar experiences regarding the use of the FMC in flight? Thanks for anyone's help.

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I would suggest turning off wind effects using fsuipcalso I have found fsmeteo can cause some weird panel effects when the weather updatesIf you set 'render to texture' in settings, display, hardware it seems to eliminate this effectJohn PSS SUPPORTsupport@phoenix-simulation.co.ukhttp://www.avsim.com/pss/phoenix.jpg

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Guest UMaus

Thank you. I'll give those suggestions try. BTW, flew also without FSMeteo and it didn't help.

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