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PostPosted: Wed Nov 22, 2017 11:56 pm 
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I recently installed the latest registered version of FSUIPC.
A few days later I decided to save an on route flight, when I reloaded this flight back up through FSUIPC, I noticed the stairs were now flying along side of me at flight level 220, lol.
I finished the flight with a nice landing, went to use the buttons I have always used for reversing the prop's which
have always worked just my throttle levers never actually went all the way into reverse, they would
just stutter in the neutral position, but never fully go into the reverse setting, I have just put up with this irritant for years.
This time however my throttles levers went all the way into reverse for the very first time, ( Hallelujah it was truly a miracle moment for me ) and I heard for the first time the engines working hard slowing the old girl down, what could have caused this? as I have not mapped anything into FSUIPC yet.
I would first like to find out why my stairs are flying along with me, but more importantly I really want my propeller reverse to work properly with my throttles going all the way into neutral, then actually moving into the full reverse position as they did this one and only time.
I have all the latest 377 updates as far as I know.
Can someone who has experience with getting the throttle reverse levers to actually move all the way into the reverse position explain how its mapped in FSUIPC I would be very grateful indeed.
Any thoughts on the flying stairs showing up after reloading saved flights through FSUIPC would be a bonus.
Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide in order to solve these two problems.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 23, 2017 4:39 am 
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Hi.
This aircraft has a problem in that area , somtimes goes into full reverse then wont come out of reverse , other times throttles start to move into reverse , then start jittering , but props move into reverse , it has been reported several times , but i dont think they ever fully fixed it , just do a search for this problem on this forum .
regards alan. 8)

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 23, 2017 6:20 am 
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Location: Oksbøl, Denmark
Scott send some of us a test fix a long time ago, but it was never released in an update. After the fix I didn't have any problems with the reverse

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 24, 2017 3:11 am 
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Maybe someone from A2A could comment on the B-377 reverse prop issue.
Is there a factory authorized fix or work around?

If not would A2A consider offering one in the future?

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