Descent Forecast Page

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Re: Descent Forecast Page

Post by wpslider » 04 Jan 2019, 11:39

Bernie wrote:
04 Jan 2019, 11:35
Hi Rob and Humberto,

This is an interesting point but what I don't understand, is if we are all flying the Same Model and Prosim is what we all use, then why would we need to play around with a tuning setting. Should this not be set in stone so that all users are getting the correct and same results. Just wondering. :D
Because when prosim started, you could use any model. Even the default 737. And different models behave differently. We still have users with FSX, thus the need of these tuning parameters.
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Re: Descent Forecast Page

Post by Bernie » 04 Jan 2019, 11:54

Hi Humberto,

Thank you, that answers my question perfectly. :D It was just a query and now I see why it is there for adjustment. :D Does this mean then that as long as I am using P3Dv4 and using the latest Flight Model, I would just leave that tuning as it is at default.
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Re: Descent Forecast Page

Post by rs3tier » 28 Jan 2019, 08:19

wpslider wrote:
04 Jan 2019, 11:39
Bernie wrote:
04 Jan 2019, 11:35
Hi Rob and Humberto,

This is an interesting point but what I don't understand, is if we are all flying the Same Model and Prosim is what we all use, then why would we need to play around with a tuning setting. Should this not be set in stone so that all users are getting the correct and same results. Just wondering. :D
Because when prosim started, you could use any model. Even the default 737. And different models behave differently. We still have users with FSX, thus the need of these tuning parameters.
Hi Humberto.
I think there is still something not quite right with this.
I had 100 knot headwinds forecast. When I entered them, I could not see t/d move at all, and the descent had >70% n1 from 38000 down to 10000.

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Rob

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Re: Descent Forecast Page

Post by Ursli80 » 11 Feb 2019, 21:02

Hello Humberto,

on my test today, the T / D did not move again after confirming the forecast page with my wind data. I thought this should be fixed with 2.14?

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Re: Descent Forecast Page

Post by Ursli80 » Yesterday, 19:14

News about it?

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