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  1. Dear all, I do not want to get confused here, RAAS pro that came with the T7 wants to update itself, which is all good and well. On the website they mention an already updated version of RAAS pro that comes with the T7 installer and an SP1D. I am sure I did not miss a SP, except for the one for FSX:SE since I do not own FSX:SE. Is that the one meant? Do I simply download the RAAS-pro-installer for my T7 and I am set? Thanks in advance Holger Kneib
  2. Welcome back Randy, i can only second what the others said. Happy to see you back here especially with such great aircraft around as the MD-11 and the 737 NGX. Best to you in the future and hope to read more from you since i remember you as well from FS9 days! Holger Kneib
  3. Hi Doug,does it only work for Fs-X?If also for FS9 i would love to give it a try!BestHolger
  4. Oh, wife and kids, tell me about it...I would really appreciate if you
  5. Hi Richard,i am not sure if i am allowed to advice some consulting service here, but i would check www.fs-gs.com if i were you.I even heard some of the team members were using this service.BestHolger
  6. Hi,had this before a few times when one IRS-unit was not fully aligned or was switched to ATT instead of NAVbestHolger
  7. >It has nothing to do with what specific method is generating>the weather. AS6 is still using the FS weather system... >That's where the problem is - as a gauge, all we can see is>cloud density, not where actual precipitation is. Other>products are making guesses as to where precipitation would>be and generating their displays from it. This is not how a>real radar works in the slightest and we aren't going to go>there. If and when FS makes real precip data available to be>read out, we'll revisit the idea of wx radar.I ever doubted the idea of weather radar in FS, now this explains to me finally in clear words why. We would never have to avoid a red cell since there is nothing in it to avoid, if i understand you correctly?all the best and keep it up!Holger
  8. This is definitely an idea we should follow, since a lot of us are using PDA
  9. hi,Global Supply Systems for British Airways flies from EGSS to EDDK, EDDF, EDFH and from EGLL to EDDV.All these are short hauls under 2 hours and if you fly with VATSIM you will find these airports and the surrounding area regularly staffed.BestHolger
  10. Hi Ryan,i tried your tweaks and it helped me a lot on my more mediocre machine, many thanks to you!BestHolger
  11. there you have it:http://www.flightstore.co.uk/md_11_pmdg_fo....247.dept_l3.0/and IMHO, this ca ould become a legal case (speculation here!)BestHolger
  12. i have no doubt about GE since a friend of mine works as F/O on a 744 for a german carrier and they only have the GE-variant. He was kind enough to talk me through the right procedure using his original checklists, but he has no idea about the Rollers, since they are not used at his employer.BestHolger(Edited to make more sense)
  13. Hi all,i am a bit irritated about the correct startup procedure. After looking up several videos i came to the following conclusion and i am asking for correction here:GE or PW engines: you pull the start-button and turn on the fuel valve and turn the fuel valve ONLY off in case of a wet/hot/hung-start.RR-engines: you pull the start button and wait for a certain N2 then you switch on the fuel.i hope i made my point clear. The PMDG procedure seems to be to pul the buttons and switch on the fuel cutoff valves whereas in case of RR-engines a different procedure should be used from what i see in several cockpit-videos but i may be wrong here...Best and keep up a work that quality and expertise even allows questions like these!Holger
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