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Today only I've started having issues with Fs2 crew 737 reboot in P3d v4 where the sequence is out of order. For example, when speaking 'set standard' @10000 ft, the FO will say
standard set, passing 035...now" An altitude nowhere near 10,000ft (for example) Usually he will say "...passing FL10,500...now" Then climbing through around FL300 he will initiate the 'passing transition level'??? Something that should be done on descent when passing below 10,000ft.

I got the 'cabin is secure' at FL280 on descent

then I got a random '1000 level' when my altitude was set at 9000 and I was at FL260

I've been using Fs2crew for many years and for about 2 weeks in P3d v4 with no issues until today. I've tried restarting my PC and the issue is still there.

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1 hour ago, Dmajestic80 said:

Today only I've started having issues with Fs2 crew 737 reboot in P3d v4 where the sequence is out of order. For example, when speaking 'set standard' @10000 ft, the FO will say
standard set, passing 035...now" An altitude nowhere near 10,000ft (for example) Usually he will say "...passing FL10,500...now" Then climbing through around FL300 he will initiate the 'passing transition level'??? Something that should be done on descent when passing below 10,000ft.

I got the 'cabin is secure' at FL280 on descent

then I got a random '1000 level' when my altitude was set at 9000 and I was at FL260

I've been using Fs2crew for many years and for about 2 weeks in P3d v4 with no issues until today. I've tried restarting my PC and the issue is still there.

That's an easy one :-)

How many feet are in a meter?

Your P3D units of measurement are set to Meters, not Feet.

Please change them to Feet for altitude.

Cheers,

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15 hours ago, byork said:

That's an easy one :-)

How many feet are in a meter?

Your P3D units of measurement are set to Meters, not Feet.

Please change them to Feet for altitude.

Cheers,

Hahaha!! Yep you're right!! I changed it when doing some things with the 717 and forgot to change them back lol I feel stupid now lol

Thank you!!

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