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  1. This is EPIC load dependent. Different planes and different carriers all have different versions of the avionics software. The carrier I’m most familiar with, uses manual speeds (blue) below 10,000, unless there is a speed restriction on an RNAV arrival.
  2. This is correct, but NAV will only show up in white below the green ROLL. In an armed state. Unfortunately the current Ejets doesn't simulate this. It currently puts the NAV in green replacing the ROLL.
  3. I have had this happen. It seems the AT goes from TO mode to the HOLD mode. I've found that if you manually increase your throttle when the AT is grabbing them it works out. Technically your throttle position should be changing...
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    >4000 fpm isn't really accurate and is quite rare in any commercial jet, unless it's flying empty. Most track logs show around 2000-3000 fpm on average below 10,000 feet. Obviously this changes every flight based on loading and fuel.
  5. Regardless though when it does catch up and equals out at 250knots it still does 4000-5000 which is still excessive.
  6. Taxi light does seem a bit dim even on the new hotfix. It might be angled wrong though. I did some testing on landing with just the nose taxi light on and it was quite bright when being pointed towards the runway, rather when on the ground when I think it's pointed to far upward. When taxiing around terminals it seems to illuminate the walls much brighter than the ground.
  7. Yeah I get this too. Seems like it accelerates really fast, sometimes past 250IAS, then it tries to bleed off the extra speed by climbing at those rates when <10,000Ft. Above 10,000 it climbs just fine. If you look at a track log of an E175 flight on flightaware, the plane rarely gets above 3000fpm in most cases.
  8. Everything here seems spot on. I'm looking forward to SP1.
  9. Night and Day, only have tested the E175.
  10. I've talked to a RW E175 pilot for a carrier in the US. He said regardless what AP mode you're or if you have green needles up or magenta, if you move the fix up, use the top left LSK, hit active, and plug in the course, the line should be drawn. I had an ILS with 5+ fixes on it and I tried drawing the INTC on the second to last one, and it deleted all the fixes until the final approach fix, and activated the leg from the FAF to the runway.
  11. Descending on VPATH on an RNAV arrival into MSP, and the vertical track believes were are at full scale deflection. Once passing the FL240 restriction it goes full scale deflection in the opposite direction. And it approaches Vne/Overspeed. Seems like VNAV isn't reading the AOA restrictions correctly? Even though the restriction says AOA an altitude the plane doesn't necessarily needs to be AT the altitude of the restriction.
  12. I found if you double click the TOGA button on the throttle below the AT DISC, it will reset it to Roll/TO and to the proper thrust settings.
  13. Perhaps I'm still doing this incorrectly...I added the flyover pattern to the IF fix then added the INTC course.
  14. Intermittently the light texture within the buttons don't work. Sometimes the GPU button will say avail/in use and other times it will just have a white box like in the picture below. Seems like you can fix this by reloading the vehicle in the sim.
  15. It seems when the autobrake is returned to the off position, after a while the EICAS display has black boxes in the fuel quantity section, oil press/temp, vibrations, gear information, and SLAT/FLAP/Spoiler. The information reappears if autobrake is put to 1 or speedbrakes are deployed, etc. Video showing the possible bug: https://fma.ac/20ulp -- mods. edit: subject line to reflect issue is solved (and not a bug)
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