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QualityWings 787 Service Pack Released

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For those interested, QualityWings have have released their Service Pack 2, Version 1.2.0.  This of course includes the 787-10.

 

 

Bruce R

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1 hour ago, Meeko said:

For those interested, QualityWings have have released their Service Pack 2, Version 1.2.0.  This of course includes the 787-10.

 

 

Bruce R

Thanks. Installed already. I find it really annoying that again not all knob and Display Positions/Settings like PFD, Lights, Chairs, TCAS, Etc aren't getting saved by panelsavingbor scenario saving. It was that that I hoped for. I would prioritized that above the new -10

But the weather radar improved a lot which was a good decision. 

Will Test it further

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Any changes in regards to the VNAV performance?

I am no so worried about failure simulation like PMDG however flying it accurately as possible does and that is a deal breaker if vnav does not work as it should.

VNAV is one of the things that has kept me away from this aircraft so far.

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49 minutes ago, barramundilure said:

Any changes in regards to the VNAV performance?

I am no so worried about failure simulation like PMDG however flying it accurately as possible does and that is a deal breaker if vnav does not work as it should.

VNAV is one of the things that has kept me away from this aircraft so far.

This plane is it woth in my opinion. It is just a little confusion that some knobs are being saved and some knob settings not. It would be good if ALL knobs are being saved and loaded uppon the next time you load up a saved flight. Panelstate is ok. I just notices the arrival runway is not saved properly. After reload a flight it is not stored and shown in the PFD. You have to take those planning step again.

Rest of the plane is really fine and I like the 787 a lot! Performance is great

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1 hour ago, barramundilure said:

Any changes in regards to the VNAV performance?

Doesn't look like it, which is a shame.

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This is my main aircraft and I'm looking forward to proper load states for the aircraft as the 788 can only load 226 passengers when Jetstar 788 has a setup for about 339 passengers??

VNAV fix would of been nice I never had issues with the weather radar.

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1 hour ago, VBHB said:

This is my main aircraft and I'm looking forward to proper load states for the aircraft as the 788 can only load 226 passengers when Jetstar 788 has a setup for about 339 passengers??

VNAV fix would of been nice I never had issues with the weather radar.

Does it matter what the pax # is if the total weight of the payload is ok?

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I still have the takeoff flap bug, anything over 15 produces a CONFIG FLAPS warning on takeoff, followed by a CONFIG GEAR warning when you retract the gear, ugh frustrating.  Can’t use flaps 17, 18, 20.

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9 minutes ago, CaptKornDog said:

I still have the takeoff flap bug, anything over 15 produces a CONFIG FLAPS warning on takeoff, followed by a CONFIG GEAR warning when you retract the gear, ugh frustrating.  Can’t use flaps 17, 18, 20.

Isn't this specifically mentioned as being fixed?

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3 hours ago, Sam said:

Does it matter what the pax # is if the total weight of the payload is ok?

Eh just bugs me. I've watched their video on the updated EFB and it does that. Pretty cool tool. I'm happy now.

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I was getting a warning on takeoff that prevented me from using TOGA that said the plane wasn’t configured properly. I haven’t seen that issue before.

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Last time i used this aircraft in LNAV/VNAV after 6 hours it crushed to the SEA without any reasons at all and without recovering options.

I really like this aircraft and hope they upped the game . 

Choose to go up the latter in studyLevel and i will also pay along the ride

Michael Moe

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Downloaded the update last night. Flew from KATL to KMIA, was a great flight and I got to try out two new airports in the process.

Great plane, for the price everyone should have it in there hanger.

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Decent tutorial here

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14 hours ago, honanhal said:

Doesn't look like it, which is a shame.

Pity but thanks for the info, unfortunately that makes it a total deal breaker for me.

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What VNAV issues are we talking about?  I haven't had any that I can recall, and keep in mind that this plane is very slippery in real life so you need to stay ahead of the speed, and I think they reflected that well with this aircraft.

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16 minutes ago, exeodus said:

What VNAV issues are we talking about?  I haven't had any that I can recall, and keep in mind that this plane is very slippery in real life so you need to stay ahead of the speed, and I think they reflected that well with this aircraft.

Same here, I haven’t used it much but I don’t recall an issue with the vnav. I did however start having an issue that after startup when I move throttles forward to start taxing it shuts the engines off..I haven’t yet tried to fix it though so could be something simple.

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Nice to see another update from them. I just have one question to all of you fellow 787 pilots. Are you able to enter sector speed as mach number in legs page? Whatever format I try to enter is not accepted. ISA entries work okay, but are not useful during oceanic crossing. It's been like that since beginning and still seems to be the case.

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10 hours ago, B777ER said:

Isn't this specifically mentioned as being fixed?

Yes.

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I have to say, they have done a great job first time a full flight was conducted here local 😎

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8 hours ago, exeodus said:

What VNAV issues are we talking about?  I haven't had any that I can recall, and keep in mind that this plane is very slippery in real life so you need to stay ahead of the speed, and I think they reflected that well with this aircraft.

This isn’t the only one I’ve seen, but it is the most obvious:

Above-path descents. Putting up the spoilers should result in an increased rate of descent to maintain the selected VNAV descent speed, while engine stay at idle. Instead, what happens is the engines spool up with the spoilers up, reducing the rate of descent and defeating the whole exercise (and making it much harder to get back on path, forcing the use of VS or FLCH, although FLCH also has some issues).

Presumably the VNAV systems logic is it’s trying to maintain the descent speed, but it’s chasing a higher speed by bumping thrust up rather than increasing rate of descent. That can’t be true to the real airplane — at least I hope not!

James

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