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  1. STAR into KMIA

    Hi Juerguen, I think st. was wrong with the KA data or may be you made a mistake and selected the final app, not the arrival, bcause the COPRA-LAWN are part of the final app course for the 08R RNAV arrival, not part of a STAR. Regards
  2. Monitor Advice Help Please

    HI, I don't kown how performs this beauty, but my best advise is to learn a bit about the market options. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/best-gaming-monitors,4533.html Regards
  3. HI, Everytime I update the AIRAC (I use the navigraph FMC mgm app), the first time I choose the Phenom, a pop-up window announces the plane is rebuilding the navigation database bacause of the new airac. Greetings and hny
  4. Night Moves v4 Edition

    A bit confused about the pictures: the planes should cast some shadows on the apron, shouldn't they? Regards
  5. Flying into Saint Martin (TNCM), star question

    I use navigraph charts. At the bottom of the ULUBA ONE ARRIVAL CHART is where you can find a section named: "LANDING" (not in the RNAV proc. and app.chart). In the ULUBA ONE Arr. chart, landing section, you'll find the following instructions: "EXPECT vectors to execute the VOR Z RWY 10 app straight-in". In the chart for this app you can find that the ULUBA fix is a valid IF/IAF. On the other hand,m the RNAV procedure has no need to an app: you have the complete route until the IAF and the final app procedure in just one chart.
  6. Flying into Saint Martin (TNCM), star question

    As the chart states, the ULUBA 1 arrival continues with vectors to perform the VOR Z RWY 10 approach and landing proc, with ULUBA as IAF. Best regards
  7. I don't have this monitor, but i guess you must use the display port connection (DP only)
  8. I'm afraid not. And i would add that is a tricky task.
  9. How will the PMDG B737 NGX run with these specs?

    IMHO makes no sense to run the PMDG (or any other complex addon plane) without AI traffic, ATC (PRO ATC X) weather(Active Sky) and serious scenery (specially airports). Adding camera (EZCA or Chase) and may be TIR is a plus. If yoy add all of this to the equation, the i5 will probably fall short in complex and big airports (EHAM,...), and you'll only get 20's or more in cruise. Best regards
  10. Pro ATC/X problem - new user.

    Hi, Just an advice: if you want to flight liners following the published procedures, do not include the SID nor the STAR in your fp. Just be sure you start in the last wp of a SID and the end is the entry point of a STAR. The PRO ATC will assign the correct SID (dep clearance) and STAR (approach) according to winds. Best regards
  11. The ILS and the Course select

    One of many explanations you can find yourself on the web http://www.navfltsm.addr.com/ils.htm
  12. [REQ] Tower view

    Sure you can pan in tower view. Locate the view track/pan toggle command and assign a button to it. And done: you can freely pan 360ª in tower view!!
  13. Hi Greg, I usually add the wp not with the knob but with the keyboard just below. It's simpler and faster. Regards
  14. Hi Gregg, Some time ago found a solution for some kind of flashing similar to yours, and is related to the clipping mode of cameras in 'cameras.cfg'. I quote: since you have the flickering issue in specific view modes (e.g. external view) only, one thing you could try is the following: - In the directory [user]\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\FSX look for the file Cameras.CFG - Make a backup of this file - Within the file, search for the word "Clipmode" in the camera section for external view - If the corresponding line reads "Clipmode=Minimal" change it to "Clipmode=Normal" - Save the file, restart FSX, and see if your flickering issue has gone - good luck! Regards