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    Attempting to learn...be patient with one another and we will all get through this!

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  1. I do not overclock mine, and see no need either. It is a beast.
  2. According to the email from Just Flight an update is available at this time. PA-28R Arrow III for MSFS - v0.2.0 Update Dear Sir/Madam, Thank you for buying the Just Flight PA-28R Arrow III for Microsoft Flight Simulator. We're letting you know that new software is now available for the aircraft, providing many updates and fixes. These include new icing effects, improvements to the flight dynamics, VR compatibility fixes and much more. Please see the Support page for all the details. If you log in to your Just Flight account and click on 'Your Orders', you will be able to download the new Arrow III software. Best wishes, The Just Flight Crew
  3. I will gladly pay you Tuesday, for a hamburger today.
  4. The Piper Arrow is available at the following link https://www.justflight.com/product/pa-28r-arrow-iii-microsoft-flight-simulator
  5. In the video I posted it can, I think he pressed intercom.
  6. A video from Corporatepilatedad who posts here occasionally. I can’t wait for release!
  7. Thoughts and prayers for you guys in the midst of the storm...
  8. That would also be my vote. Mine were caused by click point issue in the Carenado Mooney, the other by the VFR map bug.
  9. I noticed CNBC was down also..does this mean the market is going to crash..I hope not!
  10. Looks good, and sounds great..I will be buying for sure.
  11. Just flew it after latest update and had no issues, a real pleasure to fly actually.
  12. I have not needed to later activate it once it is loaded.
  13. Yes, it is the first thing I do on the ground. There are two options load approach or activate and I choose load.
  14. I hit procedure on the gns and select the runway and approach type for example rnwy 27 RNAV. Then scroll down to select the transition. Finally I select load. I do this prior to takeoff, mostly so I can focus on flying. I activate the approach button when I am down to the altitude prescribed in the baseplate for the FAF and for simplicity just about .5 nm prior to the FAF. The Glide path is typically captured by the time I actually hit the FAF. I think most of my failures to capture were due to being above the correct altitude upon hitting the approach button. edit: Left this out, as it might be obvious but your cdi is also set for gps, not vloc.
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