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  1. Hi. I love the MSFS CJ4 but why does it veer/bank violently left to right on approach trying to find the LOC on an ILS landing? I'm following the guidelines, tuning is fine, the LOC1 is PRESET and the LOC diamond moves to the centre of the PFD but the moment I hit that APP button on final it goes completely crazy and banks all over the place and only stabilises when I'm about 5m from TD. Am I hitting APP too early? Should I wait until just before FF? Any advice gratefully received!
  2. Please enjoy this quick CJ4 repositioning flight from Montgomery KMYF to Palm Springs KPSP We're very light so it'll be a quick climb to 17k via JLI V208 TRM direct KPSP. MYF is freeware from our favorite developer @vbazillio ! At the end I show off some of iniBuilds scenery Thank you for viewing Ready for taxi Untitled-1 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Embarking on our 25 min flight Untitled-2 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Coronado bridge, downtown San Diego, Lindbergh field and North Island NAS in the background Untitled-3 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Doing around 4500 fpm here - one of Waffler11's new paints which includes user selectable tail number - he did a nice job! Untitled-4 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr I-15 which will take you north towards Ontario, CA and onward to Barstow, Las Vegas, and points beyond Untitled-6 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr A nice tailwind before we turn the corner at JLI... over 400 kts just at 17,000 ft Untitled-7 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Turning towards Thermal CA and then beginning descent into PSP Untitled-8 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-11 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Do they ever get any water in this Whitewater River? Untitled-12 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Final for RY 31L Untitled-13 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-14 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr A bit of headwind/crosswind situation - kick of the rudder to align Untitled-15 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-16 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Taxi in to Signature to pickup pax Untitled-17 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-18 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Landside and airside appear to both me modeled well Untitled-20 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr I "walked" up to a gate and found the quality to be sufficient, I didn't visit the terminal interior yet however. That's not important to me though. Untitled-21 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Quite pleasant entry at the regional concourse Untitled-22 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Entry to the airport well modeled Untitled-23 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr And a nice airside for the Atlantic FBO. They do have statics on the field...mostly at GA parking. Which I prefer as there's not many quality GA AI. Untitled-24 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr
  3. Working Title CJ4 v0.11.0 Welcome to the Working Title CJ4 v0.11.0. In this update we introduce Charts, the VNAV Window on the MFD and enhanced datalink, along with a number of other new features, bug fixes and full Sim Update 3 compatibility. As always, this is a beta - please report issues via our Github issues page here: https://github.com/Working-Title-MSFS-Mods/fspackages/issues. We invite you to join our discord community here: https://discord.gg/Fa6w2xK. Get it here: https://github.com/Working-Title-MSFS-Mods/fspackages/releases/tag/cj4-v0.11.0 Installation Installation is easy, simply copy the workingtitle-aircraft-cj4 folder inside the zip file to your MSFS Community folder. Important: We recommend that you fully delete the previous workingtitle-aircraft-cj4 folder before copying this release. Charts Integration Charts in the CJ4 are powered by Navigraph - special thanks to the team at Navigraph for their support with API integration. In order to use the charts in the CJ4, you need to have a subscription that includes charts - https://navigraph.com/products/subscriptions. If you have a subscription, all you need to do is select the NAVIGRAPH line in MOD SETTINGS in the FMC and that will launch your web browser and ask you to log in to your Navigraph account - from there an access token will be issued. These tokens do time out from time-to-time, so if you're prompted by the aircraft, or if you ever encounter difficulties loading charts, please go back to this option and resync your account. Details on using the Charts capabilities are in the user guide. Here's a video demoing the Charts functionality: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZNqV-aCzGk User Guide The User Guide has been updated: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qzxPMTSQRkvau8QOi7xUqNvjx9rbww_qHlso5AT5OnI/ Changes PFD PFD Baro preset function added. (After STD is pressed on Baro knob,, a preset value can be selected and swapped with STD press again once passed transition altitude) MFD Added support for Navigraph Charts (can be selected with CHARTS button on lower control panel). Added VNAV window to FMS text (can be displayed by selecting VNAV WINDOW in the FMC DSPL MENU). Added Advisory Descent (DES instead of TOD) when no arrival or approach is loaded; this will provide an advisory (uncoupled) "DES" point to start descent to reach 1500' AFE 10nm from airport. FMC Added TUNE page functionality - ATC Control page, dispatch function, format changes, Added VNAV WINDOW option to DSPL MENU. Datalink: Added ATIS support for IVAO. Datalink: Changed default METAR source to VATSIM. Datalink: Added support for facilities with separate departure and arrival ATIS. VNAV Fixed bug where in certain circumstances below constraints were not observed in the first segment of the vertical flight plan. Adjusted glideslope capture to be more sensitive and only capture with less than half scale deflection. Adjusted visibility of below constraints on departure to allow them to appear on the PFD and in the VNAV MFD window at a greater distance from present position. FLIGHT MODEL Flight model adjusted and enhanced based on sim update 3 aerodynamic changes. MODEL Added support for livery painters that adjust the panel.cfg file; see the REPAINT_README.MD file included in the CJ4 Docs Folder (REPAINT_README.md). ⚠️ Known Issues PTCH mode will not level off at an altitude and it can have some quirky behaviors. This is currently a sim AP issue. Some external applications that use the GPS/Flight plan SimVars may not function correctly or as expected when FP Sync is off. Loading and saving flights can have bad results. Custom liveries can render FADEC inoperative if they ship with a panel.cfg. Painters should reference the new REPAINT_README.md file included in the docs folder of the Github repository. Autopilot modes cannot be triggered via key bindings or controllers and must currently be triggered in the cockpit with the mouse. External binding applications are adding support for LVars and HEvents. Used SimVars are documented here Sometimes a heading to altitude instruction on takeoff will display further than the first RNAV fix on an RNAV departure procedure; in these cases the workaround is to cross-check the DP chart and remove the erroneous waypoint either by deleting the heading to altitude fix or dropping the first RNAV fix onto the magenta line in the LEGS page. Due to sim autopilot bank rate limitations, the aircraft may overshoot on certain RNP approaches with tight turns. If you encounter this, we recommend hand flying the approach with the given lateral and vertical guidance. The Standby Attitude Indicator switch is reversed in the model, so down (off) turns the SAI on and vice-versa; this will be addressed in a future update.
  4. Dear All A really weird thing has happened to my previously fine CJ4 since SU7; this occurs both with and without the WT mod. When I load the plane all the screens are completely white - except for the standby display. Never seen his before in the CJ4 or any other plane, modded or otherwise. My other non PL-21 planes (eg WT G3000, GX avionics etc) are unaffected. Thanks for any help or tips.... Ray
  5. I am excited to announce v0.12.0 of the Working Title CJ4. Release notes and links below. We also have pulled all the info and assets together into an easier to use website, so you'll find the guides, simvar lists, install packages, liveries, info for painters and more all on the site: packages.workingtitle.aero. Changelog and Download: http://packages.workingtitle.aero/cj4/2021/04/04/cj4-release-v0.12.0.html Guides: http://packages.workingtitle.aero/cj4/guides/ You'll find more if you poke around on the site...
  6. Working Title CJ4 v0.8.0 - OPEN BETA Welcome to the Working Title CJ4 v0.8.0 OPEN BETA; this represents our largest and most comprehensive update to date. This update includes an enormous navigational systems overhaul, making it an excellent aircraft for a full range of IFR flight activities and procedures. We have also added a number of other great features, like FADEC and a massive sound overhaul. See the full list below. While we've always said these pre v1.0 releases are beta, this one is especially so. V0.7.3 remains available for download for a more stable, but limited, experience. This update begins addressing some of the major challenges with IFR flying in MSFS2020, including flight plan management, RNAV and VNAV/LPV built completely from scratch. This update to the flight planning capabilities allow the user complete control over the flight plan, including full direct to and approach manipulation capabilities via the FMC. This release is incredibly large, and is such very much a beta release. Please check the list of outstanding issues below, and file any issues encountered on our GitHub Issues tracker. We hope you enjoy flying this release! Installation Installation is easy, simply copy the workingtitle-aircraft-cj4 folder inside the zip file to your MSFS Community folder. Important: We recommend that you fully delete the previous workingtitle-aircraft-cj4 folder before copying this release. Important Feature Change Because this release does not use the built-in flight plan manager, but instead a custom system, by default your flight plan will NOT SYNC with ATC. The sync process can be buggy and is limited by the capabilities of the sim, so we recommend leaving this off, especially if flying online or without ATC. If you do want to use in-sim ATC and want your flight plan to sync with ATC, you can activate this sync feature in the Mod Settings menu accessed via the FMC - press the IDX button, go to page 2, go into MOD SETTINGS and then click to turn on FP SYNC. In addition, because we've rebuilt the Autopilot and FMA interface from scratch, these functions no longer work correctly with the default key bindings or hardware buttons/switches. This is on our list of things to address long-term, but for now to use this version, you will have to use the mouse interface to press any autopilot related buttons (other than AP ON/OFF). For an abundance of clarity, you can use default bindings to engage/disengage the autopilot (for example a yoke button), but to enable/disable modes, you need to use the buttons on the autopilot control panel in the virtual cockpit. DEMO VIDEO: Working Title CJ4 0.8.0 Features Showcase VNAV OVERVIEW VIDEO: Working Title CJ4 0.8.0 VNAV Overview Video VNAV OVERVIEW DOCUMENT: Working Title CJ4 0.8.0 VNAV Operations v1 Installation Installation is easy, simply copy the workingtitle-aircraft-cj4 folder inside the zip file to your MSFS Community folder. Important: We recommend that you fully delete the previous workingtitle-aircraft-cj4 folder before copying this release. 🆕 Key Features Custom Flight Plan Manager Vertical Navigation (VNAV) FADEC Custom Lateral Navigation RNAV capability with LPV Improved FMA Display Sound overhaul (WIP) PFD/MFD improvements (a lot) Map improvements Many many more... Custom Flight Plan Manager Independent from MSFS flightplan Much improved procedure data, even when using the stock NavBlue data Modifiable approaches Appropriate discontinuities Direct-to to any fix on the plan at any time Correct vectors, heading-to-altitude, and intercept legs Vertical Navigation (VNAV) Full support of all CJ4 VNAV modes including VVS, VFLC, and VPATH Continuous vertical path calculation Display of vertical path snowflake Display of required vertical speed donut to meet next restriction Display of TOD on the map Overhauled altitude modes including ALTS and ALTV Ability to add custom altitude restrictions in FMC LEGS page Lateral Navigation New lateral navigation over the top of existing AP Greatly improved bank response and turn performance Supports correct discontinuity behavior Compatibility with the new Flight Plan Manager Much improved ILS APPR capture success rate RNAV Ability to fly RNAV procedures at all times Correct sensitivity scaling for the enroute (2NM), terminal (1NM), and approach phases (.3NM) Correct PFD annunciations for navigational sensitivity Full LPV approach support, including correct increasing angular sensitivity as distance to threshold decreases Full AP support of APPR and GP modes for RNAV approaches FADEC Proper flat rating of engine for consistent performance at varying field elevations and temperatures TO and CLB throttle detents with indication on MFD N1 display FADEC properly targets increasing thrust curve and N1 with altitude in CLB Full CRZ throttle range FMC Reserve fuel can now be changed Revised the format of the FLPN page to better match the real unit, especially for approaches Approach ref temp of zero can now be entered Engines Light off occurs at 12% N2 Performance adjustments to fit climb profile using FADEC PFD/MFD Complete overhaul of the PFD Flight Mode Annunciator to match the correct CJ4 mode symbology IAS hold will now automatically switch to Mach when the values are the same IAS/Mach button switch now captures current mach number Added ability to adjust BARO minimums and added minimums aural callout Added altitude capture aural alert and flashing altitude selection indicator Added FMC waypoint sequence alerting: waypoint ident and distance will flash 5 seconds before sequencing Course needles now smoothly swing to position as per the real display Fixed an issue where the upper panel knob also controlled menus in the MFD Added Radio Altimeter (visible at 2,500' AGL and less) PPOS/PLAN Map Added “NO FLIGHT PLAN” to ROSE/ARC modes when no flight plan detected Added “DISCONTINUITY” to ROSE/ARC modes when discontinuity is reached Icons updated for airports, waypoints, and intersections Added correct label font and sizing for map labels Procedures should now be drawn more accurately to how they appear in the procedure charts Temporary flight plans (modifying a route) now displays as a dashed white line New Sounds (work in progress) Engine exterior and interior run, start, stop Avionics fans Spoiler drag, Gear drag, extend, retract Cockpit wind and rain FMS, AP panel, DCP, CCP, and soft buttons Aurals (Altitude Alert, Minimums, AP disconnect, Caution/Warning, Landing Gear, Pull up, Overspeed, Sink Rate, Don't Sink) Removed TAWS System Test (To be replaced with accurate sound) Misc New camera presets (pax, lavatory etc.) Navigational items not currently implemented but scheduled for future updates Holds and procedure turns FMC INTC CRS capability VNAV Vertical Direct-To Fix Manual Point/Bearing or Point/Bearing/Distance fixes Route offsets LNAV/VNAV approaches. Currently all RNAV approaches use LPV in APPR mode due to no minimums type information in the available navdata. Going direct-to on the LEGS page does not give you an EXEC option, it will automatically execute. ⚠️ Known Issues Sync to the game flightplan (ATC/VFR Map) is very much work in progress and turned off by default. You can enable this feature in MOD SETTINGS on the FMC. Some external applications that use the GPS/Flight plan SimVars may not function correctly or as expected. Loading and saving flights can occasionally have bad results. Custom liveries can render FADEC inoperative if they ship with a panel.cfg. You must uninstall them or remove their panel.cfg from the livery folder. This is a limitation of the existing livery system. Autopilot modes cannot be triggered via keybindings or controllers and must currently be triggered in the cockpit with the mouse. Due to sim autopilot bank rate limitations, the aircraft may overshoot on certain RNP approaches with tight turns. If you encounter this, we recommend handflying the approach with the given lateral and vertical guidance. Sometimes when turning more than 90 degrees onto an approach segment, VNAV might give a NOPATH condition because it sees that you are too high. Engage FLC or VS and descend down and it should recapture the path. Very long legs may display some constant cross track deviation on the map and course needles. The plane will still track properly towards the fix. This will be addressed later in the beta. The FMS may stop sequencing your fixes while in APPR mode on an ILS. The FMS now builds turn anticipation into direct-to course projection. However, you will still encounter some overshoot beyond 90 or so degrees. VOR waypoints in the flight plan do not display an icon on the map except when active (to be fixed). If for whatever reason, you find that VNAV is not behaving as expected, try and turn it off and on again. 🎅 Have fun! 🎅
  7. The WT CJ4 was one of my favorites, and the improvements that are now part of the default aircraft are excellent. I'm relearning the aircraft now and discovering new capabilities with the FMS. Weather throughout the Midwestern US was certainly challenging yesterday, and it allowed me to push the NAV system and performance quite a bit. Flying into Cedar Rapids, Iowa (KCID) from the eastern US, I was forced to make a change of runways and approaches, changing from the ILS Rwy 09 to the RNAV Rwy 31. The FMS handled the change very well, but as I was now way too high for the IAF I needed to adapt. I found the Hold menu and easily set up a hold at the transition point where I could descend to initial approach altitude. I was able to select the hold exit and the system went right into the approach beautifully. The approach included VNAV so I kept it coupled most of the way down and she did a beautiful job, breaking out right at the DH and in great alignment (even with the approach change, wind was still a major factor - about a 50° crosswind at 9 Kts gusting to 21 Kts). The previous model from WT landed well when given only a slight nose-up before touchdown - this time she slammed down hard, so I'm guessing that a little more flair may now be required? Overall, quite a gem. Also, it was great to see the runways, taxiways and tarmacs free of snow!
  8. Normally we don't make forum posts for point releases, but since this one has a few enhancements and fixes that people might want to see for their weekend flying, we thought we'd go ahead and post it - please forgive the extra thread... Get it here: https://github.com/Working-Title-MSFS-Mods/fspackages/releases/tag/cj4-v0.11.2
  9. I am happy to finally announce that we have released a BETA version of the Working Title CJ4 mod (v0.2.0). We want to emphasize BETA! You will find release notes with a changelog, as well as an overview document, included in the release on Github. Thanks to everyone for your patience. Let me say a huge thanks to everyone that has joined the Working Title team, and also to everyone that has generously contributed content that we’ve included. Our hope is for this to be THE CJ4 mod and we hope that others working on the CJ4 will help out by contributing to our Github repository. And don’t forget to check out the other projects – the G1000 is coming along really well with exciting new features coming soon! We’ve done a lot of work on the CJ4, but there’s still so much more to do, so please keep that in mind as you explore the new features and capabilities. The change log includes a list of known issues – we’re sure there are more, so please log any issues you encounter in Github under “Issues” and please make sure to tag them as CJ4 so we can filter them separate from our other mods. This update focuses on the FMC, as well as fixing a few of the more obvious issues with the PFD and MFD. There are also a few quality of life enhancements – you can see the full list below. Our resident CJ4 pilot K20017/FNAL has prepared a video for the release demoing the features of this release: In addition, you will find a few pictures of features included below the change log. Here is a full photo gallery: https://imgur.com/a/6L6s0uV The install instructions are simple: download the zip file and drag the workingtitle-aircraft-cj4 folder into your community folder. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE REMOVED ALL PRIOR CJ4 MODS FIRST. Without further ado, you can download the mod here: https://github.com/Working-Title-MSFS-Mods/fspackages/releases/tag/cj4-v0.2.0 Scroll to the bottom of the page to see the Assets, which include a zip titled 'workingtitle-aircraft-cj4-v0.2.0.zip' - that's the mod. Here is the changelog: A few pics, more at the gallery (https://imgur.com/a/6L6s0uV) Many thanks to @MattNischan, @kaosfere, @FNAL, @dga711 and many others!
  10. We are excited to announce v0.5.0 of the Working Title CJ4, with some awesome new features including the ability to directly load a flight plan from Simbrief into the FMS. You read that right! v0.5.0 contains yet another significant refactor of the flight planning aspects, greatly improving performance of the FMS and enabling more features, like Departure and Arrival Procedure Transitions and the flight plan import! Don't forget to look at the Interim SoP Document for instructions on this. Discord link: https://discord.gg/Fa6w2xK -- Join us on Discord for announcements, latest version checks, feature previews/sneak peeks and discussions about the CJ4 and Garmin projects. Here's a quick video of a flight KPDX-CYVR in v0.5.0: https://youtu.be/9tWPDXYxeV8 An in-depth feature video coming later this weekend. Mod Download Link: https://github.com/Working-Title-MSFS-Mods/fspackages/releases/tag/cj4-v0.5.0 Scroll down to the bottom where it says assets, download the workingtitle-cj4-v0.5.0.zip
  11. Well, quick on the heels of v0.4.0, here is v0.4.1 of the Working Title CJ4. While we fully expect to have to release ANOTHER update after the impending Asobo update, this work was all done, so we figured we'd make it available anyhow... v0.4.1 contains mostly bug fixes, but it does contain an awesome sound enhancement - namely Passenger Briefings! Discord link: https://discord.gg/Fa6w2xK -- Join us on Discord for announcements, latest version checks, feature previews/sneak peeks and discussions about the CJ4 and Garmin projects. Quick Video highlighting the Passenger Briefings: https://youtu.be/DTMzHINHfZY Mod Download Link: https://github.com/Working-Title-MSFS-Mods/fspackages/releases/tag/cj4-v0.4.1 Scroll down to the bottom where it says assets, download the workingtitle-cj4-v0.4.1.zip Working Title CJ4 v0.4.1 Changes Welcome to the latest update of the Working Title CJ4 (v0.4.1). This is still very much a beta. Thank you to everyone who contributed to this release. Feel free to test out our new Simbrief Profile: SIMBRIEF PROFILE Installation Installation is easy, simply copy the workingtitle-aircraft-cj4 folder inside the zip file to your MSFS Community folder. Important: We recommend that you fully delete the previous workingtitle-aircraft-cj4 folder before copying this release. Key Features Added Passenger Briefing Announcements (accessed from MFD Upper Menu and PASS BRIEF BUTTON) Fixed bugs with engine thrust when engines off (#222) Adjusted flight dynamics to minimize (but not eliminate) the AP porpoising effect (#163) Fixed V Speed bug (where v speeds would become stuck at -1 after landing) Updated CAS messages (#242) Sound Updates/Fixes FMS Bug Fixes Engine Model Thrust when engines off bug squashed (#222) Flight Model Adjusted elevator trim effectiveness to reduce porpoising and facilitate (careful) FLC usage LEGS Page Fixed Direct to IAF from LEGS page (#220) Fixed approach waypoint display in LEGS page (#220) FPLN Page Fixed bug when adding airways (#226) (thanks @tscharlii ) Fixed bug where invalid waypoints didn't always cause an error PROG Page Updated distances to show decimals under 100NM Fixed reversed XTK and CROSSWIND indications on Page 2 PERF Page Added input filters for QNH on takeoff and landing perf pages (user can now enter 29.92, 299 or 2992) Added protection for TAKEOFF and APPROACH REF pages when no runway is selected (error message will appear) Fixed weight calculation issues (#241) PFD/MFD Fixed FMS Text distances on MFD (#232) Added PASS BRIEF announcements Fixed V Speed bug where some speeds were locked at -1 after a segment (#221) Fixed MFD plane not centered on map (#219) Updated CAS messages for Pitot Heat, Parking Break and Oxy Masks (#242 and #183) Audio Fixed no chime when playing seatbelt announcement Fixed erroneous chimes when setting battery master to on Fixed sounds for internal/external view swaps/fixed passenger sounds stopping when switching to outside view Added passenger briefing announcements (MFD) Fixed announcements to restrict to only one announcement at a time Improvements to climate control knob sound Known Issues Modifications of the flight plan can be slow at times. The cause for this is Asobo's FacilityLoader which they need to fix. When the FMC shows "Working..." it indicates an operation is in progress. Sometimes when entering an airway and the exit fix, the airway name will change to the shared airway, however the routing is still correct. You cannot currently select Direct-To of a fix on your approach that is not the initial approach fix. This is a limitation of the sim flightplan system at present. We are currently overhauling the flight plan management system to allow for much more flexibility and stability. After using Direct-To, the navigation will not always automatically sequence to the next fix and may enter ROL mode. You can re-activate NAV to navigate to the next fix if you encounter this issue. The aircraft is still using the built-in MSFS autopilot (for now). All the existing limitations of that still apply. It does behave a bit better with the various enhancements applied. FLC stability appears to have regressed with the autopilot aircraft energy calculation changes in 1.9.3. We have made some improvements to this behavior in this update. We will continue to investigate after the 13 October 2020 patch is released. Some flight plan distances are still misreported when the approach is activated. We will look at this more carefully after the Asobo update.
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