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  1. No. I understood it would light up red when active and the light was not very bright, but I can't get it to engage. It just clicks in and out.
  2. Greetings All, Using the few Youtube videos available and the English translated cockpit textures from the Org, along with Google Translating the Russian forum, I have this thing flying great from cold and dark. I have the autopilot working in heading, VOR and GPS tracking modes, and in vertical speed mode with auto-throttle. The only thing that has me stumped is the Altitude Hold function of the autopilot. Can anybody explain the proper procedure to get it engaged? I get the my vertical speed down to almost nothing while approaching TOC, push the ALT hold button, but it doesn't work. Thank you, Greg
  3. Update it in two clicks after easy set-up. No limits, no waiting! https://ziboupdater.net/
  4. V1.3 is working great in XP11.50b9 so far. What an amazing plane!
  5. Are you using Xplane 10? That plane isn't updated to Xplane 11 AFAIK.
  6. Thanks for the reply. It encouraged me to update to 11.20, because I use the same AA as you. Here's what I found: With my LUA cockpit shadows script disabled, the jagged edges were back (3480 X 2160 on a 43" screen) After enabling my original LUA cockpit shadow script, shadows are back to perfect! Not sure why those other guys had issues, but it's working for me. Thanks again, Greg D.
  7. Any comments on cockpit shadows in 11.20? When 11.20 was first released I read that the LUA script that smoothed-out shadows stopped working. (???) I'm afraid to update for that reason alone. I don't want have the old jagged edge shadows. Any comments are appreciated. Thank you, Greg D.
  8. It wasn't easy for me to pull-the-trigger, but after getting some feedback from an owner, reading some reviews and watching the testimonials from users of the original Brunner yoke and software, I decided to buy one of these. I special-ordered mine with the hat switch on the left-handle which is how I fly now. It's due-in next week and I'll be sure to post my opinion (good or bad) once I have a chance to use it.
  9. It is. After years of flying the LSH Maddog on MSFS, this plane exceeded all of my expectations. If you're an MD80 fan, you will not regret it for a second.
  10. Yes. From the factory in reply to my email: "Hi Gregory, Thank you for your interest in our simulation products. The 90mm are the total travel. See attached factssheet, in the drawing it's visible. If you need more travel check the factssheet of the CLS-E Yoke. Looking forward to your order and kind regards from Switzerland, Mario Mario Ackermann Sales & Marketing Manager"
  11. Greetings Chocorua, I was please to hear your first impressions. I was ready to pull-trigger until I verified that the entire pitch travel is only 3.54" (90mm) end-to-end. Do you find there is enough travel? Thank you, Greg
  12. From Member DHL560 on the Xplane.org forum: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/forums/topic/113785-xp-11-and-xsquawkbox/#comment-1114296 Works for me XP11b9/Windows 10
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