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  1. I also am having the same issue. I was able to get the Skymaster to load by first loading a default aircraft and then switching to the 337. It seems to be an issue on the initial loading of the sim and the 337 being the default plane in your hanger. I guess until there is an update I will just have to make the 172 my hanger plane when quitting the sim.
  2. And before anyone says it, I did submit a support ticket to Carenado like others have done on this same issue.
  3. After 2 updates now it would appear that Carenado isn't going to fix the miscolored fuel pump switch colors that got transposed in the v2 update anytime soon. I was wondering if any of you with knowledge of the deep inner workings of FSX/P3D know if it's possible to edit a file to change the switch colors back to the way they should be?
  4. Don, If you already bought the V1 of the 337 for FSX/P3D from Carenado you can download the updated v2 version for no charge.
  5. Just took v2.1 for a spin using P3D v3.4 and the night lighting looks great both in and out of the cockpit. I can't comment on the GTN fixes because I don't have that add on. I'm sad to report that the fuel pump switch colors are still mixed up though.
  6. Carenado has posted v2.1: Changelog: - Internal and external lights corrected - Now reads LDG instead of LOG - Tooltips adjusted - Now lights illuminates the ground - Fixes a problem that causes trim indication to disappear on GTN version - ADF issue (GTN version only) fixed - Door texture (GTN version) corrected.
  7. After a short shake down flight I've seen a few things that have not been mentioned in other threads yet. 1. Hideous interior engine sound glitch that repeats when engines are at idle. 2. Sim starts with engines running with both overhead fuel shutoff switches in the off position. Even after selecting ready to taxi. 3. Lettering on overhead panel that says "Elevador Trim"
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