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Greetings. I've been scouring these threads trying to find a solution to a vexing problem re the use of the 750. Expert help greatly appreciated a this point after far too much trial and error! Had it running fine, then installed Carenado Baron + REP. Found need to start tweaking and something is now clearly out of whack. Issues/questions as I identify them: 1. Does the plug-in for the Carenado install to its own folder or should it work off the X-Plane 'general' one in root folder. I use latest ver. of XP11. 2. How do I completely uninstall the RXP GTN 750 prior to a re-install? Is it more than delete ProgramData folder plus the plug-in? 3. I had the same issue as many others with the installer 'needing to update files for the Trainer', but I think that's now sorted. 4. I see I have TWO GTN 750's available. I imagine this is normal. If needing only one, which one should I use? Does it matter? Is their potential for conflicts? I mark just one unit as 'Master' and assume the other is therefore inactive? 5. Should the GTN 750 lock th default Garmin units in the Carenado Baron, B58, C172? Sometimes I can toggle the frequencies from these units (to check capture) sometimes not. Cutting to the chase ... The 750 lets me use all GPS features except capture LOC or GS, so that precision approaches via the 750 even with VLOC selected currently not available. I will happily send the Xplane.log or whatever else you might need. Regards Gareth
I wonder if anyone has produced a repaint of the Milviz Baron which is based on the B55's flown in the 1970's at the College of Air Training, Hamble? I believe they had two bladed props, dual controls and King radios; including VOR/ILS, VOR and a manually tuned ADF receiver. It would be rather nice to see Milviz (or someone) produce a repaint of this B55 Baron i.e. without a GPS, so that we could all perhaps go back in time and try flying this lovely twin on basic navigation instruments. Bertie Goddard
A quick zip over to the north side of Majorca in Aerosoft's new flying school sim, Ready For Take Off, to check out the photo terrain. Below you can see Soller and Puerto de Soller, which is very nice in real life, especially if you like seafood lol and there's a very old cool train you can get from the main town of Soller, which is up the hill (get the tram, it's very steep if you walk); the train goes through the lemon and orange groves in the mountains and finishes up in Palma. This is the Baron you get in the sim, the other aeroplane being an A320. You have to do a few mandatory basic 'flying lessons' before the sim will let you fly off by yourself wherever you like, it's a pretty basic flight sim, but it gets very good frame rates: