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Forgive me for not posting this question on the Leonardo forums.

What is required to get the Cabin Crew Comms configured so I don't see the "INT/PA SYSTEM NOT SET CORRECTLY" message. You know: when right clicking on the Attendant Call button.

I've punched around on the audio panel with no luck. I searched the Google and found nothing. Inconceivable!

 

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Thanks Ray.

Well, I thought I'd done that, but obviously not.

Appreciated...

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20 minutes ago, RichieFly said:

Forgive me for not posting this question on the Leonardo forums.

What is required to get the Cabin Crew Comms configured so I don't see the "INT/PA SYSTEM NOT SET CORRECTLY" message. You know: when right clicking on the Attendant Call button.

I've punched around on the audio panel with no luck. I searched the Google and found nothing. Inconceivable!

 

Hey Richard!

I just wanted you to know that this is included in the Leonardo MaddogX Documentation (Fly the MaddogX Quick Guide, Page 9).  It also the same as it was back with the older Fly the Maddog for FSX.

Many aren't aware, but you can search an entire folder of PDF files by using Shift-Control-F and then directing the search to the folder where the documents are located. This has helped me find information very quickly many times over.  Works for any PDF files.

Best wishes my friend!

 

 

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Way up on the upper left overhead is a maintenance contact  button. Flip that to on.

Lee

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1 hour ago, Midnight Music said:

Way up on the upper left overhead is a maintenance contact  button. Flip that to on.

Lee

Right clicking it is even better!'

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2 hours ago, DaveCT2003 said:

Hey Richard!

I just wanted you to know that this is included in the Leonardo MaddogX Documentation (Fly the MaddogX Quick Guide, Page 9).  It also the same as it was back with the older Fly the Maddog for FSX.

Many aren't aware, but you can search an entire folder of PDF files by using Shift-Control-F and then directing the search to the folder where the documents are located. This has helped me find information very quickly many times over.  Works for any PDF files.

Best wishes my friend!

 

 

Thanks. A new tool in my toolbox. I didn't know that; very useful.

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22 hours ago, RichieFly said:

Thanks. A new tool in my toolbox. I didn't know that; very useful.

You are most welcome my friend!  There is always so much to learn in our hobby, and I for one LOVE that!

 

Best wishes for Happy Flights!

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