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X Plane 11 737s not following GTN 750 flight plan

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I have the most recent version of Reality XP GTN 750 installed into my x-plane 11. None of the installed B737 aircraft, including the Zibo, follow the GTN 750 flight plans. When I use the LNAV, the aircraft does it's thing. The GTN is set to GPS. What could be the problem?

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For starters the 737 isn't a plane you'd equip with the GTN.  Why not use the FMS that's included?  It's pretty good actually!

But I think the GTN has issues overridding the FMS.  You may have to check in the popup GTN settings and be sure GTN 750 1 is set to Master Device.


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2 hours ago, ryanbatcund said:

But I think the GTN has issues overridding the FMS.

Hi,

Rather, X-Plane has issues letting anything overriding its internal FMS and G1000.

It has no issue letting overriding its GPS though.


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Posted (edited)

Thanks guys, these responses make sense. An X plane tech advised me to remove all plugins to see if that would help. Then to reinstall to find out which was causing the problem. That was a lot of work for no good. Problem remained. 

So, are you all saying X plane restricts/limits Reality XP on its system to only aircraft compatible to Reality XP?

I much prefer the ease of using the GTN 750 in commercial aircraft, even though they don't use it in real world flight.

Any other thoughts or suggestions?

Thanks.

Edited by RSomerville

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3 hours ago, RSomerville said:

I much prefer the ease of using the GTN 750 in commercial aircraft, even though they don't use it in real world flight.

Same here! Hope someone posts a way to do it!

 

Russ


Master Sergeant, U.S. Air Force, Retired

Former T-33A Crew Chief

Former B-1B Crew Chief / Flightline Maintenance Expediter

Former Learjet Corp. Quality Inspector

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X-Plane is limiting ANY 3rd party plugin from overriding X-Plane own FMS system, and X-Plane own G1000 system.

X-Plane is allowing ANY 3rd party plugin overriding X-Plane own GPS system.


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On 5/28/2020 at 10:05 AM, RSomerville said:

I have the most recent version of Reality XP GTN 750 installed into my x-plane 11. None of the installed B737 aircraft, including the Zibo, follow the GTN 750 flight plans. When I use the LNAV, the aircraft does it's thing. The GTN is set to GPS. What could be the problem?

Seriously though, is the GTN set to Master Device (in the RXP plugin menu)?


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| i7 4790K@4.4GHz | 32GB RAM | EVGA GTX 1080Ti | ASUS Z97-Pro | 1TB 860 Evo | 500GB 840 Evo Win10 Pro | 1TB Samsung 7200rpm | Seasonic X750W |

 

 

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