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Manual Fuel Issue SP1B

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I noticed this was broke during SP1, but accordingly fixed in SP1B. However, whenever I try and put a manual fuel total in the PERF page during re-fueling, the total manual fuel reads as "0.0kg".

 

Pretty sure I'm inputting the information correctly.

 

Is it or me or is anyone else having this problem?

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Yeah me too, this is the thing that sucks about programming. You fix one thing and break other things.

 

Did you try it without using a panel state? I didnt have time to check if it was a problem with the panel state or not.

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Yeah me too, this is the thing that sucks about programming. You fix one thing and break other things.

 

Did you try it without using a panel state? I didnt have time to check if it was a problem with the panel state or not.

 

I actually did a full manual uninstall of the SP and the base pack as I was having some strange frame rate and texturing issues as well. Upon doing that, clearing everything out of FSX and reinstalling, I have no problems with it.

 

Maybe it is something to do with panel states but I don't remember having anything in there before hand. May be worth giving it a shot.

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I reloaded one of the default panel states and it kinda works now. Except that when i enter a value, the FUEL field at LSK2L displays .2lbs short. So if i have 320,000lbs of fuel on board, and i enter 50.0 in the FMC, the FMC shows 49.8. If i enter 50.2 it then shows 50.0

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Guys, if you didn't delete the panel states (prior to installing the original SP) as advised, then you'll see weird issues with panel states.

 

Moreover, if you don't uninstall/reinstall via the PMDG method (described on support.precisionmanuals.com) you're not getting a full delete.  The bits and pieces left behind can cause issues and don't leave you with the "clean slate" you think you're being left with.

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