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Observed this problem in the Lear 35 V1.9 in both FSX and P3D v3:  The DME indicator is updating very sporadically, and does not show changes in 0.1 nm increments.  I'll see something like 12.9...then it'll update to 13.9 without ever displaying the intervening 0.1 nm values (e.g. 13.0, 13.1, 13.2  etc).

 

Regards

 


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Observed this problem in the Lear 35 V1.9 in both FSX and P3D v3:  The DME indicator is updating very sporadically, and does not show changes in 0.1 nm increments.  I'll see something like 12.9...then it'll update to 13.9 without ever displaying the intervening 0.1 nm values (e.g. 13.0, 13.1, 13.2  etc).

 

Regards

Hi Bob,

 

I emailed Mark about this a couple days ago.  He got back to me and said he was not aware of the problem but he would look into it. 


"A good landing is one you can walk away from. An excellent landing is one you can taxi away from."

 

Bill in Colorado:

Retired

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CFI: ASEL/AMEL/Instrument

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Looking at the DME gauges closer, the coding is clearly broken...the tenths digit is unusable, which makes VOR/LOC/ILS-DME approaches a no go, not to mention any kind of arc procedure. 

 

Happily it was easy enough to fix.

 

Regards


Bob Scott | AVSIM Forums Administrator | AVSIM Board of Directors

ATP Gulfstream II-III-IV-V

System: i9-10900K @ 5.2GHz on custom water loop, ASUS Maximus XII Hero, 32GB GSkill 3600MHz CAS15, eVGA 2080Ti XC Ultra, Samsung 55" JS8500 4K TV@30Hz, 5xSamsung SSD, eVGA 1KW PSU

SB XFi Titanium, optical link to Yamaha RX-V467, Polk/Klipsch 6" bookshelf spkrs, Polk 12" subwoofer, 12.9" iPad Pro, PFC yoke/throttle quad/pedals with custom Hall sensors, Coolermaster HAF932 case, Stream Deck XL button box

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Any word from Flysimware on this issue?


"A good landing is one you can walk away from. An excellent landing is one you can taxi away from."

 

Bill in Colorado:

Retired

Comm: ASEL/AMEL/Instrument

CFI: ASEL/AMEL/Instrument

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+1


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I found the issue. There was a piece of code in the DME 1 (copilot side) that did not get removed. The pilot side was correct. And this caused the copilot DME tenths to jump around. I will get this fix in our new updated tonight since i have not updates stores yet.

 

If you compare the 2 codes DME 1 had 100* 100% in the tenths code and DME just had 100*. This was suppose to be removed and not sure how i missed this.

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