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Majestic Q400 Cold-Dark Startup

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On 5/4/2013 at 5:04 AM, kiwikat said:

I fail to see how/why a plane this involved was released without an option in the configuration manager to start it cold and dark.  I would have thought beta testers would have brought that up right away.  It seems like a very small thing to add that would make a lot of people happy, myself included.

 

To me it is like buying a luxury car without a very standard feature, like power windows.

 

 

 

Please add this in the future!  Please! :smile2:

This is a really old post I know, but it is still like this !

In P3D v4 Pro version..... option for C and D, not working as it should.

Really don't get it.

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Yes, that was a VERY OLD Topic!  I have split you off from it.  Necroposting is highly frowned upon.☠️ Care for some cheese with your whine?

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1 hour ago, charliearon said:

Care for some cheese with your whine?

🤣 Apt

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Just in case it's not clear - the Q400 does have a 'cold and dark' start configuration.  You access it through the Majestic control panel.

 

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You can also load panel state from the FMS iirc?

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50 minutes ago, ckyliu said:

You can also load panel state from the FMS iirc?

Precisely. I did it last night.

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Thanks. I suspect the OP doesn't know about the FMS panel states, and when using the MJC84 CPAN didn't run it with administrator rights which means it can't save any setting changes.

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I've always wondered why people get offended at "necroposting".  Who cares how long it's been since the last post in a thread... If someone wants to contribute something on topic to a discussion, doesn't it make more sense to keep these things in one thread vs separate threads based on age? That's always struck me as odd... 

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6 hours ago, Stearmandriver said:

I've always wondered why people get offended at "necroposting".  Who cares how long it's been since the last post in a thread... If someone wants to contribute something on topic to a discussion, doesn't it make more sense to keep these things in one thread vs separate threads based on age? That's always struck me as odd... 

Yes, IF they are contributing/adding to the help or fix.  In that case their post would be left alone or maybe it would be split off into a new topic with the same topic heading.  Unfortunately a lot of people dig up old posts just to complain.

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