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@Polymerman Hi, most recent news is above.

Can you please further clarify what you're referring to as "Will it compliment the 750/650 touch screen with VNAV button? "

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Thank you for the links to the information.

Normally with a Garmin autopilot you have a VNAV button.  I just wanted to confirm that this will work with the touch screen 750/650.

For non Garmin autopilot aircraft one has to essentially manually adjust the verticle speed using VNAV but with Garmin autopilots you hit the VNAV button and set your altitude to the loiwest point and your good to go.

Thanks again for your replies.    

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26 minutes ago, Polymerman said:

Normally with a Garmin autopilot you have a VNAV button. 

Ok now I see what you mean. The G500/600 is not related to any Garmin autopilot, it is just an EFIS display.

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@kleistad Hi, we've not been able to further progress on the G500/600 for a few months now.

There is too much going on with XP11.50 beta, P3D5 and now FS2020 which is taking additional time*.

Having the whole family spending most their time at home because of the situation and disturbing you every 5 mins is not helping either.

*I'm not confirming we're actually developing a product on FS2020, or not, with this statement.


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15 hours ago, RXP said:

now FS2020 which is taking additional time*

*I'm having too much fun flying around exploring in FS2020   :laugh:

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On 8/26/2020 at 12:28 AM, RXP said:

@kleistad

Having the whole family spending most their time at home because of the situation and disturbing you every 5 mins is not helping either.

 

ah ah, not better.

but, now, Child was back to school, so i can do my job again

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On 8/26/2020 at 12:28 AM, RXP said:

I'm not confirming we're actually developing a product on FS2020, or not, with this statement.

You have time for this, MSFS will be stable and complete in months, perhaps years 😉 

Personnaly, i have uninstall it until better days.

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