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First of all Merry Christmas ! :Four Leaf Clover:

 

I often have the problem while flying from night to day that the interior Lights of the aircraft automatically switch off. It's not possible to make the lights show again (especially the background light of the flight instruments; gauges).

 

Is there an opportunity to make them show longer?

 

 

Happy Landings

 

Flugsimulatorpilot


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Pressing "L" does not help.


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I also wondered about this as well. Why do the lights shut off and never work when daylight breaks? Some devs have overcome this but most planes I have just shut down the lights in daytime. 


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I know this might be "simple", but have you checked to make sure the box is "checked" under:

SETTINGS / REALISM / INSTRUMENTS AND LIGHTS / Pilot Controls Aircraft Lights?

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No havn't checked it. I will try it as soon as I have access to my "FS-PC" and I write back wether it works or not.


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I switched Pilot Controls Aircraft Lights on, but the problem still exists :sad:

 

Any other idea?


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I think it's just something you have to accept - some models allow you turn on panel lights during daytime and others don't. I don't think it's something you have any control over - it's coded into the model

Cheers

Ian

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