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  1. I also still use it since I have a significant amount of money invested in it at this point and also it's just tried and true here as well. The machine I'm running it on is very much... on the edge when flight simming, that's for sure, and FSX works fine. Until the day I can afford major hardware upgrades it will surely stay FSX for me.
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  3. Honestly, ATC usually builds in a bit of a buffer for situations just like this, assuming you're on flight following. You're really not going to go wrong at 105, or 115. There isn't a need to climb and decend based on your direction on any particular leg. There are several interesting real world discussions about this out there. If you're VFR, it's generally not going to be an issue. While you can certainly fly below the MEF as discussed above, you need to be at least 500 above any terrain in an uncongested area. If that's a valley floor, then it is what it is. Just be mindful of the te
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  4. Yeah I use it from time to time. I've spent too much on addons to just abandon it for MSFS entirely lol
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  5. I've also had ongoing issues with problem selecting frequencies using the selector in MSPS 2020 Airbus A320. One fixed works for me most of the time: On the MSFS taskbar at the top of the screen with an aircraft selected and running click the AI Control symbol (Pilot) and turn OFF Manage Radio Coms, Now you can select an appropriate com frequency and vPilot should read the selection and display. If for some reason this doesn't work just enter a dot command in the text box and press the return key i.e. .com1 xxx.x (an appropriate frequency re 121.9) don't forget to put a period or "dot" bef
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  6. In MSFS I've flown the default C152 and the add-on Carenado Mooney on VATSIM via vPilot, and radio frequencies do propagate normally from the sim to the pilot client. On the Mooney, the Transponder panel does NOT -- but again, the commands built into vPilot offer a workaround until it's fixed.
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  7. I have exactly same prob I wonder if it’s only on the a320
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