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Carenado Mooney - odd thing

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I just bought this and all is good except one odd thing I'm noticingabout midway through the flight or so - the knob on the heading indicator and altimeter - in fact every instrument - the adjustment increment is large instead of finein other words, for example the heading ind. i cant adjust it in 1 degree increments it jumps like 10 degrees either wayanyone else have this, or know what is causing this?it seems like it is something I'm doing before that puts it in that "mode" but i don't know what?ciao!Brian S

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I would like to know the answer to this question myself.I've had this happen to me at different times in the past. The most recent was last night while flying the Eaglesoft Citation X.While approaching Centennial airport in Denver I was given a heading of 55 degrees and could only select 50 or 60 degrees. I selected 50 and continued the approach. For whatever reason during a later phase of the same approach I got the fine adjustment back, it fixed itself, like some things tend to do.

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It is an old problem that only shows up on some panels and there is a solution if you own the payware version of FSUIPC. Look for a chack box label something like "Fix Control Acceleration" or words similar to that. Put a tick mark there and all is well. R-

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>It is an old problem that only shows up on some panels and>there is a solution if you own the payware version of FSUIPC. >Look for a chack box label something like "Fix Control>Acceleration" or words similar to that. Put a tick mark there>and all is well. R-I'm gonna have to give that a try...... it happens to the FS9 Dreamfleet Baron most of the times I load it. Many times I run it in FSX, so I had put it down to an incompatibility with FSX.Thanks for the hint.Mike

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