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Thank you Randy.I'm flattered, what more can I say?Cheers!-Bryan

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I've just messed around with this program and can completely agree that it adds a lot to the simulation, it brings an incredible experience like the PMDG and the excitement of flying online to a level even I never expected.What a bargain at $20!One observation so far, I did something wrong after TO and couldnt get the FO to complete his Flow so could not get onto the App Briefing page.Is there a workaround? What events trigger the FO After TO flow? I tried lowering and raising the gear, lowering and raising flaps and Re-engaged the AT but I couldnt get it to work.Is there any specific reason for this?John http://homepage.eircom.net/~eamonnmca/images/logo_ba.JPGwww.bavirtual.co.uk Senior Captain Simflight.com Staff Reviewer

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Hi John,after TO, depending on your departure selections (ICAO A, ICAO B FLCH, ICAO B VNAV), the FO will perform his flow. Let's try for example an ICAO B VNAV departure with flaps 5:-at 400 ft you will call for HDG or LNAV pressing the appropriate button in the FS2CREW Takeoff/After takeoff window.-at 1000ft call for flaps 1 AND VNAV pressing the FLAPS button-passing the green up marker in the speed tape of the PFD call for flaps up pressing the FLAPS button again->now the FO will start his after takeoff checklist and peform his dutiesBut check the main ops manual (4.13) and the tutorials to get it more in detail.

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Hello John,In addition to what Benny said, the After Takeoff Page was designed so that you could not use the > button to exit to then next page until the FO completed his After Takeoff flow and Checklist.There are reasons why I designed it that way, and I won't go into the details.What happened was that you didn't Brief properly or hit the right buttons on the TO Page (probably the FLAPS button in your case).Take a close look at the Tutorials and Manuals.The take-off procedure is easy to mess up. It takes a bit of practise before it all makes sense. Then you'll be able to do it in your sleep.Cheers,Bryan

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