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On a more positive note ... ;-)

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Oops, my bad, should read 'On another positive note ...' - can't edit my topic title, I'm afraid! ( :P)

 

Is this true or is it just an Iljushin:

 

I did a plethora of flights (two plethoras, to be precise ...) in the T7 without noticing any map integrity or ILS/autoland issues. As soon as I performed a flight in #3 of my most favoured planes of all times (MD-11) the FSX registry fix issue was back immediately .

 

So my conclusion is the FSX registry entry was corrupted during my T7 flights already - but the T7 wasn't affected by that.

 

Can anyone confirm that the registry repair stuff isn't an issue anymore with flights in the T7?!?

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No not an answere, sorry.

 

I am just trying to understand what problem you are facing.

 

Edit: And I still dont get it :-(

 

1) Is your 777 working correctly?

2) Is your MD11 or any other aircraft NOT working correctly?

 

If things are not working correctly, does the plane not work at all because it became unregistred?

or

It works, but it does not fly an ILS accurately because of magnetion variation problems as mentioned in your link?

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Aaaah wait, I think I got it!

 

This:

"Can anyone confirm that the registry repair stuff isn't an issue anymore with flights in the T7?!?"

 

is the only thing you are asking, right!

 

Well, as said before I have no idea what the register repair stuff is, what it does, and when you use it.

 

Sorry for a lot of nothing!

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The registry (Magnetic Variation = 0) stuff seems to mostly effect the PMDG 747 and MD11 (and some other addons from other companies that I won't go into).

I find that it doesn't so badly effect the NGX or 777.

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