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Re: New Boeing 787-8 GIT

Postby YV174E » Tue Nov 24, 2015 7:42 pm

Hello, I have a problem with the 787 what happens is that the trim only owns the AP since I can not when I try to raise or lower the only restarts the center that is not working and I harm the land because when I turn off the ap the plane nose down sharply



I Need help please
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Re: New Boeing 787-8 GIT

Postby legoboyvdlp » Tue Nov 24, 2015 8:15 pm

Epa, 147!
Me encanta verle aqui.
Dejame ver que pasa en tu video.
Hey, 147!
Welcome!
Let's see what happens in your video.
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Re: New Boeing 787-8 GIT

Postby legoboyvdlp » Tue Nov 24, 2015 8:22 pm

P'done, 147, el internet es MUUUUY lento hoy.
No puedo ver el video.
Me puedes decir lo que pasa en Español? Me es dificil entender lo que escribes en Ingles.... perdone.

Vi en tu youtube una Cessna YV147E.... es de ud? Creo que vi ese avion volar hace un tiempito, atterizando en La Pascua.


My internet is slow; sorry, can't watch video. Can you tell me it in Spanish? I'm afraid I can't understand what you wrote in English.
By the way, is that C172P on youtube yours? I saw it once, landing at my local airfield.
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Re: New Boeing 787-8 GIT

Postby radi » Tue Nov 24, 2015 8:57 pm

Has happened to me, too. IIRC, especially after AP disconnect, AP couters my control input by trim. Disabling FBW solved it for me: press CTRL-F just after startup.
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Re: New Boeing 787-8 GIT

Postby YV174E » Tue Nov 24, 2015 10:16 pm

Hola lego, como estas? Ojala fuera mio :lol: :lol: :lol: esa aeronave es una c152 de una escuela de vuelo aqui en maracaibo saludos

mi ingles es malo pero mas malo es el del traductor de google :mrgreen:

Bueno lo que pasa es que el trim no me funciona nose que le pasa solo lo puede mover el piloto automatico ya que si yo lo bajo o lo subo pasa lo del video que es que se reinicia y se pone en el centro es decir no tengo control sobre el trim y cuando trato de aterrizar que desactivo el ap el trim se reinicia y sube al centro y el avion me baja el morro y se pone la cosa fea me pasa desde hace un tiempito pero ahora que lo quiero volar me molesta y tengo la ultima version

PD: prueba la c172p detailed esta buenisima con lo nuevo que le metieron

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Re: New Boeing 787-8 GIT

Postby YV174E » Tue Nov 24, 2015 10:26 pm

Ohh thanks redi

ya se me soluciono :D :D :D :D :D Gracias
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Re: New Boeing 787-8 GIT

Postby legoboyvdlp » Tue Nov 24, 2015 10:44 pm

Que bueno!
Algun dia voy hacía alla para aprender a volar :D
Se ve muy bonita.
Que bueno que solucionastes.
Hasta manana.

That's great!
Someday I will go tomlearn to fly at thwt flying school.
Glad you fixed it; talk later.
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Re: New Boeing 787-8 GIT

Postby YV174E » Tue Nov 24, 2015 11:14 pm

legoboyvdlp wrote in Tue Nov 24, 2015 10:44 pm:Que bueno!
Algun dia voy hacía alla para aprender a volar :D
Se ve muy bonita.
Que bueno que solucionastes.
Hasta manana.



Aqui te esperamos con cariño y mucho calor :lol:
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Re: New Boeing 787-8 GIT

Postby Gijs » Wed Nov 25, 2015 9:16 am

Hi guys,

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Re: New Boeing 787-8 GIT

Postby Catalanoic » Wed Nov 25, 2015 2:13 pm

the first post is in english and the possible solution too. It's enough!
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Re: New Boeing 787-8 GIT

Postby swwon » Sat Nov 28, 2015 11:09 pm

KIWI34 wrote in Mon Nov 23, 2015 10:55 am:
swwon wrote in Mon Nov 23, 2015 9:23 am: Basically take the 777-300ER programming on FG and slam it into the 787 and everything should be fine. there shouldn't be a different type of "WAY To DO IT" just because its a 787.


Ah but then is it really a 787? more like a 77.87

Read the forums and wiki page about how to control it, it took me an hour or so to finally get it running, it is more realistic than the 777 and more complex hence why the 777 is still popular and overly used by nearly every person online ( i myself have 200 odd hours in her )

Find out how to use the 787, and you will have the most fun you could every imagine with that 787-8, its great for VFR and more commonly IFR
Very reliable, just put the effort in to learn its ways, and you will be away :)

Best of luck

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Okay I figured it out and now it flies pretty solid, A/P works fine, once the combination of buttons in order are done "right" ( more about that later).
Much thanks to Kiwi for his help in the PMs getting me squared away. There are a few issues that if I can figure out how to fix I'll be making some changes to mine. Or maybe I'll just do a new one entirely (heck I'm getting into this as a new hobby anyways). There are a few problems that are far from the real thing. As I had mentioned, "if it we're like the 777 operation it would be almost perfect." Boeing has a phrase they use in their 787 brochures called "Operational Commonality" with previous Boeing airplanes. It was created intentionally with its closest resemblance to the latest 777s so as to make training faster and easier for 777 pilots to take on the 787 with no more than 4-5 days training in the new plane. Same language and button operation as the 77 but with enhancements to improve the pilots information available and ability to tailor what the pilot is looking at. The FMC needs to be altered to illustrate speed, altitude, LNAV, VNAV ALT,GS, LOC etc the way it does on the 77 for example, (or all recent Boeings for that matter, from 737s on up to the 747-8 they're ALL the same inside the cockpit as far as what the instruments are telling you and what its going to make the plane do. The combination of buttons in specific order required just to make the A/P work on this 787 is silly and not accurate at all.. The full two screen radar is incorrect as well, and both pilots have that option available. I know there's been a lot of time spent on development and thus far guys have done a stellar job, this is in no way a slam at what's been done thus far, (I guess I could call this my unsolicited review); however I do believe there are more improvements needed to get the 78 working, flying and auto-landing the way the real thing should. It's very very close, just a few alterations to the cockpit displays and A/P control dynamics and this will be perfect. check out the article below.
http://www.boeing.com/commercial/aeroma ... 2012_q1/3/

Oh and if anyone can track down the old wing-flexer for me that'd be great. Or is there a way to put the one that's working on the 747-400 in the 787?
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Re: New Boeing 787-8 GIT

Postby seb2222 » Sun Nov 29, 2015 10:01 am

Hi there,

I am currently having trouble getting the FMC to display any SID STAR etc. I have copied in database files from the airbus because the link for the FMC data on omega hangar doesn't work, and I can't seem to find it anywhere else. Could this be the reason why?

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Re: New Boeing 787-8 GIT

Postby KIWI34 » Sun Nov 29, 2015 12:20 pm

first you have to go into the DCU=>Index=>EFB input. When you click EFB input the CDU panel will go blank, then from there head over to the EFB=>Airport charts , and whatever comes preinstalled ( some WSSS charts i think ) will be available on top of those you downloaded
hope that helps

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Re: New Boeing 787-8 GIT

Postby radi » Sun Dec 27, 2015 2:32 am

I'll continue development in FGAddon

http://sourceforge.net/p/flightgear/fga ... aft/787-8/

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Re: New Boeing 787-8 GIT

Postby radi » Sun Dec 27, 2015 3:07 am

Andreas, your wingflexer init delay patch is merged. Thanks again!
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