Also a got a gear down speed penalty, again in the Q400, i dispute that. That’s one Dutch has to tackle, since it’s in actwin7.loader.exe core communication area of the code.
For the gear speed penalty, was this logged or was it just noted at the end of the flight? If you were flying at a speed that would have damaged your gear but your Q400 gear was up it could be that your simulator thought the gear was still down, since the Q400 doesn’t use the normal gear signals. If that is the case, I think I could write a condition that checked the gear status if such a damage event were reported and ignore the report if I see the gear were retracted. I could also try to set the MSFS gear signal to the Q400 gear signal if I noticed they were out of sync. But I’d try the former first simpler to react rather that act. Email us by following the details here.
I did do a search for gear within the log, but didn’t find anything. I don’t generally lower gear until on the glideslope after flaps 5 which come down around 180. Post by peter on Oct 27, 2014 3:51:15 GMT -5 I remember that I had this problem, too. Whenever I exceeded a speed of 260 Kts IAS, FSCaptain announced my gear was damaged, even though it was definitely retracted.
I think I simply disabled the corresponding penalty in the options. Post by Lucas on Oct 27, 2014 4:48:11 GMT -5 can I join to the thread? But, when I login to ACARS, it showed 234 pax. So, why ACARS show 234 pax instead 301 and why I couldn’t correct it? I have set Suppress Auto-Payload and Suppress Auto-Fuel load and I have set Simulate Load. Manual close and open doors again didn’t help. What is the reason, maybe I do something wrong?
Just in case, I attach set of CFG files from this flight. I just realized a few days ago that have that, too. I conjecture it is because of some conflicting information in PMDG’s aircraft. I had some issues like that a while ago but they went away. I think it has something to do with the fact that the standard door to open is door 2, but FSCaptain thinks it should be door 1. I will have a look at this as well.