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  1. By 1986, the closest I got from a flight simulator was Atari's River Raid 😂😂😂😂😂
  2. Sorry, it was not my intention 😂😂😂 15 years simulating, it is not a really impressive figure...
  3. I would double check with these pilots regarding the severity of the turbulence upon which they disconnect the AT. I observe the problem even at minor turbulence (like in the video). I think for severe turbulence it could make sense, but the aircraft appears to be oversensitive. Like I mentioned above, I have tenths of aircrafts, and the E-Jets v3 are the only ones which do that. Even v2 (in FSX at least) don't have this issue.
  4. I believe your second thought shouldn't be of a major importance. I have tenths of other aircrafts with AT, and none of them display this behavior under turbulence. As per the answer from Feelthere above, I understand that it was deliberately modeled like that, and that this is a situation observed in the real aircraft.
  5. If pilots confirmed this behavior, I'm fine with it. Thanks.
  6. Hi Not sure about what you mean with "slower". Can you confirm with the pilots if the AT problem that is observed in the video above is observed in the real aircraft? Even if that is, I would be surprised if that would be a common issue in E-Jets. Basically all flights I flown with v3 presented this behavior. It really sounds like a bug. Best regards
  7. What you mean? Is this an issue also in the real aircraft? Never heard of it, and v2, as far as I remember, did not have this issue.
  8. Hi there, I would like to report an issue that I observed in the 3 flights I've flown with v3 E195: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JOf71snqqka-ejTAyqLv3hMOmjqNUVGq/view?usp=sharing (watch the video at full HD 1080p) In this video, the speed is set to 180 kt, with AT on, and aircraft leveled at 4000 ft. Nonetheless, the aircraft does not deaccelerate (remains above 190 kt). You can observe N1 completely unstable. This issue is causing a lot of trouble when I'm at approaches. The only way to avoid this is to disarm the AT and fly manually. I did not checked other aircrafts. I don't fly the E175, and I don't own the E170 and E190. I'm using Active Sky as my weather engine. The flight was close to DAAG (around 12z-13z, today), so you may be able to recover this weather history from Active Sky if you want (but, apparently, any turbulence is enough to reproduce it). Best regards
  9. Feelthere, just to make sure, there's two issues that I reported in this topic: the texture at night (dome light), and the stains in the FMS (not light related, appears to be a texture issue as well).
  10. They may add it to the bottom. I never asked for priority on this one.
  11. What's the problem? I payed US$60 in this aircraft, and I'm here supporting Feelthere with improvements/troubleshooting in this product.
  12. It is not the keys, but around them. I hope the picture below make it more clear:
  13. They will comment, but I understood this was reviewed by a real pilot. The way I improved this was by changing the view in Chase Plane to a confortable position. It does take a bit of training to get the grip of the landing with these adjustments (I saved a file with the aircraft on final, so I could train several times), but it is indeed just a matter of getting used to it.
  14. It is not light. I used "shadow" for lack of a better word, but it seems like a stain. Have a look at the screw holes in the upper part of the FMS, and you will notice that it is not a shadow.
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