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  1. Seems like you activated A.FLOOR / low speed protection? It commands automatic full thrust until normal airspeed is recovered but will lock TOGA power until manually disengaged. It's a hypothesis.
  2. That hotel was especially constructed to block Runway 14 departures. Long story short they (local residence) didn't want the noise from RW14. More details here: http://archive.boston.com/business/globe/articles/2006/11/19/the_30_year_saga_of_1432/
  3. Here's how to change that setting https://parallel42.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/44001886902-the-view-keeps-changing-after-being-inactive-for-a-while
  4. Do you have ChasePlane installed? Sounds like the Cinematics mode in it.
  5. Click 2. Your information, and then 3. Payment details
  6. Seems like it allows for either the spoiler handle or the flap handle, but not both at the same time?
  7. Hi Umberto, I purchased KCLT for FSX/P3D at PCAviator back in 2017. They seem to not actively carry FSDT MSFS products. Will I get the upgrade coupon code automatically? Thank you,
  8. Have you loaded wind information into FMS?
  9. The folks at iniBuilds can paint it fresh for you for at lower cost! https://store.inibuilds.com/products/realistic-livery-request
  10. The guys at iniBuilds can help you out, and they don't charge much. https://store.inibuilds.com/
  11. Try reverting to a previous version of Nvidia driver. That fixed the issue for my set up.
  12. Not really. The iniBuilds A300 came out very polished at start. It's a great out-of-the-box experience.
  13. Quoting yourself 'This research tool has been used to visualize flight paths, test control algorithms, simulate an active airspace, or generate out-the-window visuals for in-house flight simulation software'
  14. Controls engineer here. The first requirement of a control algorithm test bed is that you have accurate dynamics to tune and test it on. Otherwise the control algorithms you built will be VERY off when deployed on real vehicles. So if NASA says they are using X-Plane as control algo test bed, then it's a huge stamp of approval for X-Plane flight dynamics then anything else.
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