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Bryan,Having some problems when trying to do some circuit training. On short final the FO announces something along the lines of "no brakes, no reverse, touch & go", then upon touchdown he announces and sets the flaps to 15. So far so good. The problem is that now the voice engine seems to revert to the 'Before TO' mode in the control panel. This means obviously that there is no further interaction with the FO available after touchdown. A few moments later I get a chime and the FO telling me that the cabin is secure.The manual doesn't seem to go into much detail on this mode, but I'm assuming that the mode should change to either 'Takeoff' or 'initial climbout', making the gear and flap commands available without having to cycle through the control panel modes myself manually? I've been able to reproduce this issue every time so isn't a one off.'Circuit' mode is set in the briefing panel, and the briefing is performed.

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Bryan,Having some problems when trying to do some circuit training. On short final the FO announces something along the lines of "no brakes, no reverse, touch & go", then upon touchdown he announces and sets the flaps to 15. So far so good. The problem is that now the voice engine seems to revert to the 'Before TO' mode in the control panel. This means obviously that there is no further interaction with the FO available after touchdown. A few moments later I get a chime and the FO telling me that the cabin is secure.The manual doesn't seem to go into much detail on this mode, but I'm assuming that the mode should change to either 'Takeoff' or 'initial climbout', making the gear and flap commands available without having to cycle through the control panel modes myself manually? I've been able to reproduce this issue every time so isn't a one off.'Circuit' mode is set in the briefing panel, and the briefing is performed.
Hi Callum,I'm not sure what's happening there, but I'll check the code to see if I can reproduce.Cheers,

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