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I got the Just flight cessna 152 and the Arrow Turbo 3 addon aircraft but I can't get the cursor for when trying to activate an approach in gps. I keep pushing the cursor button but nothing.

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22 minutes ago, Flybynumbers said:

I got the Just flight cessna 152 and the Arrow Turbo 3 addon aircraft but I can't get the cursor for when trying to activate an approach in gps. I keep pushing the cursor button but nothing.

Just for your info, your manual should be found in your Start Menu:

Start > All Programs > Just Flight > [PRODUCT NAME] > [Manual.pdf]

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Small right knob – used to select pages within one of the page groups. Press this knob momentarily to display the on-screen cursor. The cursor allows the pilot to enter data and/or make a selection from a list of options. When entering data, the small right knob is used to select the desired letter or number, and the large right knob is used to move to the next character space

 


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44 minutes ago, HiFlyer said:

Just for your info, your manual should be found in your Start Menu:

Start > All Programs > Just Flight > [PRODUCT NAME] > [Manual.pdf]

 

Ya but the problem is I press the knob but don't get the cursor.

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35 minutes ago, Flybynumbers said:

Ya but the problem is I press the knob but don't get the cursor.

Not getting the same issue....... 🤔

When I rotate the knob, the cursor shows right up.....


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34 minutes ago, HiFlyer said:

Not getting the same issue....... 🤔

When I rotate the knob, the cursor shows right up.....

Just tried it again. I can get the cursor functioning on other screens...but when I click PROC and it shows the list to ACTIVATE etc I can't get the cursor. Anyway, I probably won't be flying them much...I mistook IFR capable as having auto pilot. I prefer the default Cessan 172 as it has full auto pilot...just did an ILS APR approach and it worked great. 🙂

 

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