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Yeah, you have always had to switch to VLOC otherwise the aircraft will follow the GPS course, David. Once in VLOC, the aircraft can follow the course to the VOR ifs et or the ILS and glideslope.
I usually set both GPS units to VLOC and make sure that the VLOC light above the panel is switched on.
The autopilot behaviour has become odd though if changing altitudes in slew mode and has to be disengaged and reengaged.
The GPS units have been improving overtime though I've not tried the G1000 recently.
There are a few good videos on Youtube for those having trouble getting to grips with the Garmin units.
Aybody having trouble with their Mods after the MSFS Aircraft and Avionics Update Jan 2023? BBeen having msfs freeze up when changing airport location. Removed all my mods and begann checking so far I believe the Global Ships might be hanging it up. Every time they do an update I have to fix more then they did to start with EVREY Time. I been flying the FS95,FS2004 and FSX so I am not new to issues. Of course the stuff you buy from them works right?
Imagine this happening with your new 6 month old car.
You start it in the morning to go to work and there is a notice on the screen that your car's computer has been updated.
You start driving and your stereo comes on full blast and you cannot turn it down. It starts raining and your wipers no longer work.
You pull over and find out your door will not unlock and the power windows no longer work.
You get towed to the dealer and are informed that they have already had over a hundred calls from people saying they are having the same problems.
Every time there is a new update, it changes my full screen setting to windows view. This new update turned off the Online Functionality setting.
I don't recall anything like this happening with FSX.
Even with all the setbacks, I'm glad I upated to MSFS 2020.
Your claim is one of those really ridiculous claims you can often find on the internet.
No, I have no spreadsheet so users will have to take my comments from their own experiences with FSX and I'm sure they will find them accurate.
There are those who love to argue everything I post such as yourself who may also come in and make equally ridiculous claims.
PMDG type aircraft, into a high end payware international airport, large number of AI and heavy weather.
No, neither you or anyone else on planet Earth is getting 200fps with a 3.8GHz CPU. lol
You couldn't achieve your claims in FS9!
FS9 needs a 5GHz CPU I estimate for optimal performance in the most demanding situations.
Yes, for FSX 6-7GHz is my estimate with 7GHz likely being the optimum number to achieve good performance in the most demanding situations.
Ferry flight from Hawaii to Yokosuka. First leg, Midway Island off the nose. 1300nm and a whole lot of ocean. 2200nm to go. Looking forward to a steak and Sapporo beer at the O'club when I get to Yokosuka.