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V1.23 BUGS REPORT

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Hi guys,I'm very pleased that a group of dedicated persons have continued with the TinMouse Project. The panel is just great and the models are a piece to behold, thumbs up to all of you guys!! I have followed step by step all installations up to patch 1.23, however I noticed a few bugs to concern.1- When using autobreaks, these remain engaged even when you disable the function with the proper switch, though it should be placed to the "off" position when stepping on the breaks.2- The ground spoilers should deploy (in fact all the spoiler panels)when main struts compression occurs, provided that you armed the spoiler lever in your "before landing" checklist; what I noticed here is that it only deploys the flight spoiler when nose strut compresses3- The use of the autopilot is rather difficult when e.g. try a descent. What it supposed to happen is that you have plenty of use of the CWS, were in fact you use the yoke (joystick or keyboard) to control vertical speed. Could it be an operative problem on my side, and not an issue whatsoever, but I just wanted to report it. Though I recall on the original TinMouse, Charles Fox did an air file that behaves more like the real thing.4- Last but not least, the so called "excessive trim reaction" makes final approach really a challenge, while in real life is very easy to handleThank you and congratulations!!!

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>1- When using autobreaks, these remain engaged even when you>disable the function with the proper switch, though it should>be placed to the "off" position when stepping on the breaks.>If autobrakes are being used, if you apply brakes manually, the switch will not comeback to OFF position. The switch remains stowed in the last position.>2- The ground spoilers should deploy (in fact all the spoiler>panels)when main struts compression occurs, provided that you>armed the spoiler lever in your "before landing" checklist;>what I noticed here is that it only deploys the flight spoiler>when nose strut compressesSome version have the ground sensor installed in the nose gear.but in my flights, the ground spoilers deploy after touchdown.>3- The use of the autopilot is rather difficult when e.g. try>a descent. What it supposed to happen is that you have plenty>of use of the CWS, were in fact you use the yoke (joystick or>keyboard) to control vertical speed. Could it be an operative>problem on my side, and not an issue whatsoever, but I just>wanted to report it. Though I recall on the original TinMouse,>Charles Fox did an air file that behaves more like the real>thing.>The CWS did not control you VS, control only your roll and pitch, if those modes are engaged.you must made small inputs to the CWS pitch control don

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Use of manual brakes during autobraking will give you the amber INOP light, but the switch does not move unless you move it, as in r/w.Not sure what you're saying about autopilot in descent, but CWS is used to set a pitch, not a V/S. As the IAS changes in the descent, the pitch will have to be changed manually to maintain a more or less constant descent rate.Fixing the trim acceleration problem requires FSUIPC's "Fix Control Acceleration" feature. There are already a number of threads about this problem...do a search for "control acceleration" here in the forum.RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-VSantiago de Chile

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