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  1. Did not see the update in "MS Store". Tested to sign out my account (in the store app) and now I got the update. Strange...
  2. A small step. Upvote this: https://forums.flightsimulator.com/t/atc-enhancements/385620/4
  3. I am using spad.neXt for my Alpha and this solved the 10 degree trouble for me. Long time user of spad.neXt anyway.
  4. Declare an emergency. Land at nearest airport. Request an engineer (you) to do the update and off you go 😋
  5. Sebastian Wloch explains the rolling cache and mentions numbers. Starting at 0:55 in todays dev Q&A: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/815451663
  6. A few pages up people are making the sim start if all usb devices are disconnected. You should try this and the connect one by one if it helps.
  7. Same here! All usb devices disconnected and now the sim is starting (before CTD every sim start)! Devices: Saitek Yoke, Honeycomb Alpha, Saitek FIP (x2), GoFlight MCP Pro, Playstation controller
  8. I am also on 20H2 but... CTD ever time when loading. Worked perfectly before update 😢
  10. I run my GF-MCP PRO via SPAD.neXt and have all functionality mapped in the CJ4 (only jet i use right now). I created the profile myself tho. List of working stuff: IAS/MACH, HDG, ALT, VS, LVL CHG, HDG SEL, APP, ALT HLD, V/S, V/S, DN/UP, L NAV, A CMD, DISENGAGE, F/D
  11. Hi, Is it possible to modify the path where the database is stored? I have a NAS and it would be convenient to place the database files on a network share and point both the "flying" and "remote" computer to this (unc) path and use the same database files. (And yes, I am aware of the possible conflicts of running the software at the same time on both computers. Best regards
  12. Thanks for the update @cwburnett and your work. Much appreciated! Just a thought from my side. I think it is better with small improvements released frequently than large updates which often gets delayed and takes long time to get perfect. If some small and simple things are fixed and released we can enjoy those things as we wait on other improvements. Keep up the good work!
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