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Change fields in flightplan view not working

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I'd like to report an error or request a feature.


When I navigate to the flightplan page and try to change the fields it won't take effect.

I'd like to change the last (distance) field to ETA to monitor when I will be arriving at my destination.

The column header does change but the value in the column remains distance to waypoint :(

When I change the field in the nav page it works, but this is only to the next waypoint.


Hope I could describe what I mean well enough.


Thanks and best regards,


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You didn't indicate what product this was on.

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Oh, I am sorry.


My Setup:

I bought the GNS530/430 with the current navData cycle.

FSX: Steam Edition

Two GNS430 setup with the same behavior on GPS1 and GPS2.

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Thank you... we'll look into it.

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Thanks Ed.


But unfortunately I have yet another issue.

I couldn't find a solution on the forums or google.


I can't get User Waypoints to work.

The setup is stated above and didn't change.

I tried navigating to the Userwaypoint section ins the gns but it seems stuck and nothing to show nor to edit.

If I try to fly to a waypoint not existing I don't get any hint it doesn't exist and if I wish to create it.


I tried to look into the GNS.ini which does not contain a [uSER_WAYPOINT] section at all.

I tried to add it manually and added the waypoint provided at your website for a test.

But still no waypoint in the usr waypoint section :(


I really would like to add some custom waypoints like vfr report spots since they are not included in the RealNav Database (which is ok since it's stating its a IFR one)


But since I've read you support the user waypoint feature of the gns, I'd like to know if you guys could help me get it goin.


Thanks a lot for the quick responses and help.


Best wishes,


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