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  1. He is at the trolling path so I would leave it as is πŸ˜‰the topic is about MSFS... Also in this topic πŸ˜‰ https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/620874-are-clouds-the-best-ever-now-im-impressed/?do=findComment&comment=4803994
  2. Most important one is wx/clouds and the overexposure in day time and realistic ATC and AI...
  3. I agree find myself doing the same, so maybe it's the user here local πŸ˜… But I find add-on stuff in a different league for my own immersion factor. Also some freeware masterpieces too πŸ™‚
  4. Nice shots but for me personal it was time to move on after more then 2 decades of AS skies and the rest, but It's just personal some guys even like FS9 and 2d stuff for that matter;-) So we are lucky to have many choices based on you're on preference πŸ˜‰
  5. Great to hear you have found the solution enjoy the virtual skies appreciated the feedback.
  6. Bob I have PF3 and like it, only I can't unfortunately getting used to the voices for me personally.
  7. Lol big letters nice to sim at such a big screen πŸ˜‰
  8. It is the speed guidance during the Take Off and Go Around phases. Commanded speed at TO is: 2 engines: V2 + 10 1 engine: V2 or speed existing at time of failure (but not less than V2) The V2 is always that manually entered in the MCDU. SRS is only armed with this condition and flap handle not at 0. It is engaged by setting TOGA or FLEX (provided a flex temp has been entered in the MCDU). At go around: speed at time of go around, but not less than Vapp (Vapp=Vref+5) SRS maintains a minimum ROC of 120fpm. SRS guidance ceases at the accel alt (at which time the aircraft will automatically accelerate to the climb speed) or engagement of another vertical mode) F - minimum speed at which the flaps may be retracted at takeoff. In approach, used as a speed target when the aircraft is in CONF 2 or CONF 3. Represented by "F" on the PFD speed scale. Equal to about 1.18 Vs to 1.22 Vs of CONF 1 + F. S - minimum speed at which the slats may be retracted at takeoff. In approach, used as a speed target when the aircraft is in CONF 1. Represented by "S" on the PFD speed scale. Equal to about 1.22 Vs to 1.25 Vs of clean configuration. O - Green Dot Speed. Engine out operating speed in clean configuration. (Best lift to drag ratio speed). Corresponds also to the final takeoff speed. Represented by a green dot on the PFD airspeed scale Also a great resource from FBW them self https://docs.flybywiresim.com/ https://docs.flybywiresim.com/pilots-corner/beginner-guide/takeoff-climb-cruise/#preparation-and-below-the-line-checklist-post-to-clearance
  9. What's you're zoom level? running a 27" 2K local here and it's fine for me personal to read... (I'm using zoom-level 50) But on the other hand I'm using Track IR so natural to view all displays from different angles.
  10. Are we talking about the EFB external? or in MSFS (in case of external did you check the permission on your windows firewall?)
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