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  1. October 2025 is the end of support (End of Life, EOL) for Windows 10. If Win11 is supposed to come, it will arrive this year (according to the first link provided).
  2. On the support website you must create a new account which is different from the account you use for purchase/PMDG forum. After the registration and login, the "Ticket" button will appear.
  3. I think it's the scenery. I loaded the stock FSX scenery and the map shows 052 degrees. After I loaded the UK2000 scenery (the free version), the map shows 055 degrees. It seems that the UK2000 scenery has the old value of 055 degrees and it's not modified by the updates. From his Herve Sors FAQ:
  4. After BRIXX, I would stay on 140° until being close to SIDBY, then turning to 331° to intercept CEPIN at 3000ft. In the FMC, after BRIXX add SIDBY to have a visual reference on the display, but fly in heading mode.
  5. Here there is the chart for the STAR: https://aeronav.faa.gov/d-tpp/2011/00375BDEGA.PDF (here the full charts ) If you look in the small box, you can read to expect vectors to final approach (for each runways is in use at that moment) from ATC Consider that not all the STAR (not only in KSFO) are directly connected to an Approach fix and vectors are necessary.
  6. It's correct. Charts are accessible only during the subscription period, while navdata is installed locally on your pc.
  7. I have the same issue (I have the Wilco version too), even if the plane is fully configured with correct weights and speed. After many useless tentatives (changing the elevator parameters in aircraft.cfg, changing elevator sensitivity / dead zone in the option menu), I'm using a pretty simple workaround: when the plane reaches Vr/V2, I give the initial elevator input with the keyboard (NUMPAD 2) and then continue with the joystick, as usual.
  8. Did you try with PartMgr ? (it's case sensitive, I had the same issue)
  9. It seems that a mod project for the 787 has just started and they are looking for people to join them: https://forums.flightsimulator.com/t/a-787-mod-project-dreamliner/246573/14
  10. And it was announced also the official name for this project: FlyByWire A320NX
  11. You have two alternatives: the first one is using Navigraph Charts (payware) that allows you to see all the STARs linked to a specific runaway / waypoint (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Pf0dddQ5Qg) or you can use the free charts issued by FAA ( LAX Airport ) or the equivalent European authorities: in this case you have to find the STAR that connects your last waypoint to the runaway you are landing. Checking the STARs, I didn't find one specific for CLPUR, the closest one are SEAVU TWO and SNSTT TWO up to SEAVU waypoint. Sometimes STARs are not directly connected to an arrival, in that case I suppose you get vectors from ATC.
  12. I have the E-jets and 737 from feelThere and the documentation is installed at \Microsoft Flight Simulator X\SimObjects\Airplanes\feelThere PIC E-Jets Manuals and \Microsoft Flight Simulator X\SimObjects\Airplanes\feelThere pic 737 Manuals, probably the A320 follows the same scheme. feelThere documentation is quite essential, better search for some tutorials on pdf / Youtube.
  13. You can reduce the size: https://forums.flightsimulator.com/t/how-to-change-size-of-font-for-tool-tips/156835 Go to General Accessibility Set the slider on interface scale to say 50 from 100
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