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gboz

CP sees engine turn off as failure.

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At the moment I'm using MCE with default aircraft and non-fully supported aircraft like a2a's PA28.

 

If I manually turn off the engine or avionics

(while on the ground) the CP will offen spit the dummy and start complaining about a long list of system/instrument failures.

This can happen even at the end of a shut down checklist.

 

I see you can avoid this by turning off callouts abd monitoring but I really want these on.

 

Thanks,

gb.

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Any thoughts on this one?

 

gb.

 

(Win10, P3DV3.2)

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Bump.

Any thoughts on this one?

 

gb.

 

(Win10, P3DV3.2)

 

Could add an option to ignore engine status, but then since quite a few things rely on that, users would report FO not making takeoff call-outs or other.

 

I mean how is FO going to find out you're taking off?

 

Hence, the best course of action for such unsupported aircraft, is to simply disable monitoring. That will stop all the non-sense FO would come up with.

 

The best we can do is give you an option in "mce.ini" to turn off failures reports (something he does with all FSX, FS9 aircraft). But still, monitoring won't be any good.

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