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Don't Sink! Don't sink!

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Hi All,Can anyone tell me how to turn off the above message ... I never hear it when I am approaching and landing (I fly the glideslope pretty accurately!) but when replaying the landing I have this constant and intensely annoying message until the T7 (for FS2004) is over the threshold.Your suggestions would be welcome!Regards,Brian

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Cant be done Brian. What you are seeing is a limitation of the replay system built in FS.

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Hi Brian,I have experienced this on the A320 and A330/340 range also. I'm sure I just used to de-activate ground proximity on replay and the alarm is silenced.

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Yes I think I used to turn it off in the Airbus range as well (have not flown them much recently), but have not been able to find how to do so in the T7.Regards,Brian

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Does anyone know if it is possible to turn this system off in T7?Regards,Brian

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the button just above the Gear lever should do itAndrew

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>the button just above the Gear lever should do it>Hi all,This was an old thread that I found when I did a search for 'don't sink'.Andrew's tip doesn't work for me. I still get the DON'T SINK, DON'T SINK... when I replay a landing. Is there any cure for this?Ulf B

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Hi again,So there is no cure for the DON'T SINK, DON'T SINK warnings durin replay of a landing?Ulf B

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>So there is no cure for the DON'T SINK, DON'T SINK warnings>durin replay of a landing?Its the same as the answer I gave 6 weeks ago in this very thread. The limit is in the data being sent back during replay so no, nothing that can be done.

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Thanks Norman,I was mislead by Andrews answer.Ulf B :-)

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