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PostPosted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 16:47 Reply with quote
ToBe4minimal
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Hello guys,

today I have a question about the virtual navigator assistant of the TU-154.

In the manual is following description:
"Even easier - set the Virtual Navigator in AUTO mode in lineup position on the runway, turn on СЧИСЛЕНИЕ (automatic counting) before takeoff and forget about problems ☺"


OK, sounds nice, but I don't know how I can set the Virtual Navigator to AUTO Mode and I don't know where I can find the СЧИСЛЕНИЕ (automatic counting) switch.

Can you help me?


Thanks in advance

Best regards, Tobi Хитрый
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Hallo Tobi
PostPosted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 18:14 Reply with quote
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To your 2nd problem: See screenshot, NVU system must be on and counting!
Left and middle switch up, Turnanticipation not Zero.

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Walter



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PostPosted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 19:38 Reply with quote
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Thank you, Walter.

Now I know how I can activate the СЧИСЛЕНИЕ (automatic counting).

But how can I set the Virtual Navigator to "Auto"?
Would be nice to know that.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 20:14 Reply with quote
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Aaah, I think now I know what is mean with "Auto" Mode in the description of the manual.

I think it stands for the two "АВТО" switches on the Virtual Navigator panel, isn't it?

I will try to navigate like this, and then I just want to learn the NVU Navigation next.
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ABTO=Auto
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Thats it!

Walter

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Exampleflight NVU navigation
PostPosted: Sat Dec 28, 2013 11:55 Reply with quote
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ToBe4minimal

Hi Tobi:

To make the next step easier see that:

http://www.protu-154.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=12800&highlight=exampleflight

It treats NVU and RSBN navigation without virtual navigator. But you will need the amended RSBN stations

http://www.protu-154.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=12803&highlight=rsbn+stations

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Walter

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Write enabled?
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Forgot to mention, that various functions as programing the joystick and using the MSRP box (flight data recorder) dont work, if the FS9 files are not write enabled, as from Windows Vista upwards this is by default not the case.

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