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    Weatherradar Problem

    Hello Have a little problem. Since the update of the P3D to 4.5 Hoftfix the 777 does not want to carry out the weather radar test anymore.
    That means if I press the test button then stands in the NAV display synonymous WXR test but it does not happen anymore.
    it also does not come the audio message Windsheer.
    But the weather radar shows weather that works !!
    Does anyone know why that is .
    Everything was OK in the P3D 4.4!ApplicationFrameHost_2019-06-01_09-23-53.png

    Best
    Torsten

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    The thread can closed have a new installation through the problem gelöst hat, now function again everything perfect.

    Best
    Torsten

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      #3
      Nice to hear that
      BTW did you use Google translate since your written English is full of spelilis mistakes...
      STEFAN ĐORĐEVIĆ

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        #4
        Originally posted by Stefan_888 View Post
        Nice to hear that
        BTW did you use Google translate since your written English is full of spelilis mistakes...
        Given the German bits ("gelöst hat") in the middle of the English bits, it would see so. All the same, as someone who speaks a bunch of languages somewhat poorly, it would be better to avoid pointing out mistakes like this. I can read German quite well, but I do appreciate his attempt to use English. When people point out mistakes, it can make people less inclined to try.
        Kyle Rodgers
        PMDG Simulations

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          #5
          Originally posted by krodgers View Post

          Given the German bits ("gelöst hat") in the middle of the English bits, it would see so. All the same, as someone who speaks a bunch of languages somewhat poorly, it would be better to avoid pointing out mistakes like this. I can read German quite well, but I do appreciate his attempt to use English. When people point out mistakes, it can make people less inclined to try.
          While I do appreciate your opinion,on the other hand I have a different view on the topic.
          I my self speak four languages and the overall intention of mine was not to show my superiority but highlight his errors.
          Pointing out errors can motivate person not to make one in the future that is how I was thought from toddler age right to University which I'm on currently,one can argue that my comment was a bit harsh,but overall intention was just to highlight the errors with no negativity or supremacy overall.
          It's always good to have someone who will put you out of you comfort zone, that's how we have progress in society.
          And Torsten If this offends you I'm sorry but my intention was just a friendly advise.
          STEFAN ĐORĐEVIĆ

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            #6
            Originally posted by Stefan_888 View Post

            While I do appreciate your opinion,on the other hand I have a different view on the topic.
            I my self speak four languages and the overall intention of mine was not to show my superiority but highlight his errors.
            Pointing out errors can motivate person not to make one in the future that is how I was thought from toddler age right to University which I'm on currently,one can argue that my comment was a bit harsh,but overall intention was just to highlight the errors with no negativity or supremacy overall.
            It's always good to have someone who will put you out of you comfort zone, that's how we have progress in society.
            And Torsten If this offends you I'm sorry but my intention was just a friendly advise.
            That's fair, though I'm inclined to say that this kind of feedback should only be provided if the person asks for it.

            Just be mindful that not all of us can take such blunt feedback.
            Kyle Rodgers
            PMDG Simulations

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              #7
              [QUOTE=krodgers;n13387]

              That's fair, though I'm inclined to say that this kind of feedback should only be provided if the person asks for it.

              Just be mindful that not all of us can take such blunt feedback.[/QUOTE]

              Of course.
              I will take your advice for further interactions on this forum

              STEFAN ĐORĐEVIĆ

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                #8
                How many of us have given up counting the number of times we have typed something, only to find that Autocorrect has kicked in and replaced one word with something completely different?

                It snakes me mad because it changes the whole morning of what I mint to slay!! 😡 LOL
                Michael C

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Michael Codd View Post
                  How many of us have given up counting the number of times we have typed something, only to find that Autocorrect has kicked in and replaced one word with something completely different?

                  It snakes me mad because it changes the whole morning of what I mint to slay!! 😡 LOL
                  Auto correct is big pain in the ass
                  STEFAN ĐORĐEVIĆ

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Stefan_888 View Post

                    While I do appreciate your opinion,on the other hand I have a different view on the topic.
                    I my self speak four languages and the overall intention of mine was not to show my superiority but highlight his errors.
                    Pointing out errors can motivate person not to make one in the future that is how I was thought from toddler age right to University which I'm on currently,one can argue that my comment was a bit harsh,but overall intention was just to highlight the errors with no negativity or supremacy overall.
                    It's always good to have someone who will put you out of you comfort zone, that's how we have progress in society.
                    And Torsten If this offends you I'm sorry but my intention was just a friendly advise.
                    Many people here in Gernany have never learnt english properly. We used to have a school system with 3 different school „ways“ to choose from, depending on the grade in elementary school. „Hauptschule“ used to take 4 or 5 years until the age of 15 or 16, not sure anymore, English wasn‘t really important.. „Realschule“ (has nothing to do with the english word „real“) was 6 years, not much better, depending on the teachers.. only in the „highest“ school (Gymnasium) with 9 years English became REALLY important.
                    And you see... I even have problems to explain our school system and finding the vocabs.

                    All I use english today is for aviation forums, facebook and so on. It‘s hard to keep a good standard. I used to be able to speak and write english fluently and today I‘ve forgot so much... and I have always loved the language. 🤷🏻*♂️ It‘s not like you have much choice sometimes.
                    Marc Ehnle

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                      #11
                      Marc, we are all different and that is why one of the good things to come out of Aviation and the investigations into the causes of aircraft accidents during the last 50 years is Human Factors training. When it comes to speaking and writing a living language, the most natural way to start to learn and understand it is to see and hear it being spoken and then repeat It over and over again until it finally sinks in; just as an infant learns to speak from its parents.

                      When I was taught French (and Latin) in school we had to learn how to write it first and then attempt to speak it. French was bad enough, but finding someone who was still alive and fluent in Latin was impossible. Pity Enya wasn't around back then, because she can sing to me in Latin any time!
                      Michael C

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