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  1. Hi, no worries. But question..at which moment you launch the FS2Crew FBW (copilot program?)...this is the one that actually takes the data out of the CDU and sends to RAAS program. Cheers, Manuel
  2. I'll try to replicate...I'll be testing it again in the sim, I saw your files that you sent...sorry by the delayed answer, has been busy days. Manuel
  3. Can you cross check in FS2Crew FBW Settings panel if you have the "Send RAAS Data" option ticked/checked? Manuel
  4. Upload and post the link here using upload sites like for example: WeTransfer.com (Change it to be thru "Get a Link", NOT via email) Cheers, Manuel
  5. Excellent!, any other question let us know! I think it already does...can you take a screenshot or show me the FBWA32NX settings panel screenshot?, just to confirm. Manuel
  6. No worries, we'll solve the issue. After doing more tests, I found that I was doing 2 extra steps, that by my mistake, I didn't add to the list above: Open and close the RAAS settings panel This triggers the "Save to RAASPRO.xml" file action.So the steps would look like this: Start MSFS RAAS RAAS will obviously load the "B737-800.xml" profile as Default Select the "A320.xml" profile in RAAS window from the dropdown Once loaded, check/tick the "Default Profile" checkbox Click on "Save Profile" Open RAAS settings panel (with the "Gear" icon) <------- Close RAAS settings panel <------- (This was actually saving to "RAASPRO.xml" file) Exit/close RAAS main window Restart RAAS, now it should be loadiung the "A320.xml" as Default profile. So again, sorry, by my mistake, but now thinking....its 2 unnecessary steps for the user....so I'm making a fix, so now when you actually close RAAS main window. To actually Save to the RAASPRO.xml and not only after closing the "Settings" panel. The change will be available on the next RAAS update. Again, apologies, and thanks by making this bug report. And you were correct. Cheers, Manuel
  7. Hi, In PMDG 737 you need to keep pressing the ATTEND button for a few seconds...then release it (with the mouse)...the poroblem is a tech-limit...since our program is not running within MSFS.....it gets a small delay ...and if you press and release quickly it will not be able to call the FA. Cheers, Manuel
  8. Then that seems to be the issue, if RAASPRO exe isnt writting the settings XML then probably...the "user" that is launching the program isnt the same as your windows username, or its impersonating another...in the context that...RAASPRO.exe isnt writting that same file.....do you have another windows user profiles? under your machine?....if thats the case probably RAASPO.exe is getting launched using another windows user...and the windows user that actually installed RAASPRO...installed in another AppData....as a result ..no matter how many times you change any settings....they will never be saved to the RAASPRO.xml (settings file)...because the program isnt writting to it...(thats the picture I have...)..But I'll cross check testing.... Has been a little busy with the development of SOP3 sorry by the delayed answer. Manuel
  9. Ok, I'm not seeing anything wrong with the files, just that the RAAS xml settings file is set to be default the "b737-800.xml" profile....for example, if you would like to make the "A320.xml" custom profile as default, you would need to follow the following steps: Start MSFS RAAS RAAS will obviously load the "B737-800.xml" profile as Default Select the "A320.xml" profile in RAAS window from the dropdown Once loaded, check/tick the "Default Profile" checkbox Click on "Save Profile" Exit/close RAAS main window Restart RAAS, now it should be loadiung the "A320.xml" as Default profile. Try those steps and let me know. Manuel
  10. Can you post your RAAS XML config file's content and also both custom profiles (PMDG737 and FBW) content too?...so I can take a look at them?
  11. I'll fix that in both SOP1/2 Thanks by your feedback Manuel
  12. Hi, This field is used by RAASPRO for detect when the airplane is "climbing" and/or "descending". And this would depend on the type of airplane. Usually Jet airplane may climb at a normal rate of 200 feet/minute. But this would depend if it's a heavy airplane and/or a small private jet. In that field you can set a positive value (without ANY sign +/-), for example a value of: 200. If you think the normal climb rate is 200 feet/min. It's 1500 feet/min, then enter a value: 1500. Cheers, Manuel
  13. Min Landing Flaps = 6 (would be for Flaps 25 according to the table).....but if you need the minimum landing flaps to be Flaps 15 (degrees), then: Min Landing Flaps = 5 Cheers, Manuel
  14. Depending on what you are flying Airbus or Boeing. Both have different flaps configuration. The two flaps boxes: Minimum Take-off Flaps Minimum Landing Flaps Only needs the flaps position index. In case of Airbus, in case of the A320, it has 4 flaps positions: 0,1,2,3,4. Where flaps 4 is FULL flaps, flaps 0 is flaps Zero/Up. You can enter the direct number into the boxes. For example, for Airbus: Minimum Take-off Flaps: 1 <----- In the case, where the minimum Takeoff flaps position is Flaps 1 Minimum Landing Flaps: 3 <----- In the case, where the minimum Landing flaps position is Flaps 3 Now on Boeing, there is no flaps indices, but flaps in degrees. At this moment, you can't enter the flaps position in degrees, in these textboxes, in RAAS. You need to enter still the flaps position/index. For this case, you need to have a mental map of which are the flaps position, as to for example, the Boeing 737: Flaps (Degrees) = Flaps (Index) Flaps Up = 0 degrees = Position 0 Flaps 1 = 1 degrees = Position 1 Flaps 2 = 2 degrees = Position 2 Flaps 5 = 5 degrees = Position 3 Flaps 10 = 10 degrees = Position 4 Flaps 15 = 15 degrees = Position 5 Flaps 25 = 25 degrees = Position 6 Flaps 30 = 30 degrees = Position 7 Flaps 40 = 40 degrees = Position 8 For example, for Boeing, and taking into consideration the previous table of flaps degrees/position: Minimum Take-off Flaps: 3 <----- In the case the minimum Takeoff flaps position is Flaps 5 (Degrees) Minimum Landing Flaps: 7 <----- In the case the minimum Landing flaps position is Flaps 30 (Degrees) The same would apply for any Flaps/Degrees based airplanes like McDonnel Douglas, etc. For others that aren't Flaps degrees based, like Airbus, they only use the straight direct Flaps number position. Any questions, let me know Cheers, Manuel
  15. Thanks by the feedback. On the next update the warning will be suppressed (except for the DUPLICATED runways), which I didn't see in your logs. So it should be working fine. Manuel
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