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    I know the dev team is working on fixes for next update. Besides the sounds, and tint, steering there are a few things i noticed.

    - cold & dark, including the emergency lighs off. The Right manual Pitot Heat lights are out, when they are in the off position. The Left one is correct.
    - The Bank angle limit dial use to be able to be turned with mouse wheel, now you have to click to turn it.
    - Turning off Auto Pilot will also turn off Auto Throttle to where the aircraft will continue to idle till it reaches approx 140 kts, then your able to press speed again. There is some sort of disconnect with ATR after ap disconnect, not sure how to better describe this.

    Luckily I'm in the habit of backing up my aircraft before updating so i can roll back, which is what i will do. No biggy, Thanks for working on it.

    Customer David Cross

    The Bank angle limit dial use to be able to be turned with mouse wheel, now you have to click to turn it.
    Mousewheel movement doesn't have any effect. Only left mouse click changes setting untill "10 degrees"; right mouse click does nothing.

    Only after having attached the action to the button is usable:
    PMDG737:EVT_MCP_BANK_ANGLE_SELECTOR (536870912)--- Singleclick: Left Mouse Button
    PMDG737:EVT_MCP_BANK_ANGLE_SELECTOR (2147483648)--- Singleclick: Right Mouse Button


    Peter Bleekemolen


      Originally posted by rsrandazzo View Post
      0011274: [AFDS - Roll Modes] Disable mouse wheel scrolling for HDG SEL Bank Angle limiter (hvanrensburg)
      Probably done intentional due to the fact that you can't accidentally change it now when setting heading and wondering later why you only bank 5°
      Dimitri de Wal - EHAM


        Originally posted by dnwal View Post

        Probably done intentional due to the fact that you can't accidentally change it now when setting heading and wondering later why you only bank 5°
        That's actually a really good theory and makes sense.

        And thanks for the info Puk.

        Customer David Cross


          People should *really* read the patch notes.
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