I have the TM Airbus stick and just tried a flight with Autopilot and didn't have a problem when selecting Button 3, or button 4. Button 3 for me is "Reset Cockpit View". The A/P stayed connected.
Just to confirm, when you Filter for "Assigned" and click to "Search by Input" and push your button 3, does it look something like this? There is nothing else that comes up?
Hi everyone. AIG says in their forum that i have to use tfs's model. If using their model would be an option i think they would have mentioned it in my post there. He says they may have to create a workaround in their next update if the file does not reappear 🙂 Strange that it should just vanish like that. It is the same with tfs333 and 346. Thx for all the suggestions guys 🙂
I'm still having a glitch when I get to the transition at the airport. The aircraft will stay straight and not fly the 90 degree turn to the transition, I have to bring it back on course manually. Change the CDI over to the correct one for ILS. The hit autopilot and it will fly the glideslope. I have tried it with the teardrop HOLD and without. Same thing happens. There are two courses on the MFD. One straight to the transition without the waypoint with a nice 90 degree turn showing, which is does not fly. Then there is the course with the waypoint going to the transition, The course stops there. I loaded the FlightPlan from Little Nav Map so I am thinking that is where the glitch is.
One more update, rather perplexing: out of habit, I accidentally tapped the left button on the joystick. Sadly, the same symptoms returned. What's concerning is that that button has no assignment. In my mind, there should be absolutely no reaction if it's toggled. Whelp! Guess I'll have to take extra care not to tap the left button. If it helps (for anyone else using it): it's the Thrustmaster Airbus Edition joystick (not the whole throttle quadrant).
This tutorial covers preparing the Citation Longitude (AAU1 Update) for takeoff beginning with a cold and dark cockpit then starting the APU and starting both engines.
The electrical system is briefly explained with some demonstrations of what is happening when the APU generator is turned on.
Next, the route is programmed in the Garmin 5000 as well as how to compute takeoff V speeds and takeoff DISTANCE!
The "No Takeoff" CAS message that is part of the takeoff warning system detailed along with the APR system which gives the engine a higher amount of rated thrust in the event of an engine failure.
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