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    Smile MAC number on PM RJ PFD

    Hello Friends!
    I wonder if the MACH-number set on the MCP is shown in the PFD of PMRJ software?
    For exemple if I fly at mach 0.74 and intend to increase speed to 0.78. Is the intended mach speed 0.78 shown?
    I know they have a separate "MCP setting strip" in the software but if possible we want to solely use the MCP information found in the PFD.

    Also I have question concerning the GPS/NAV modes found in the default Learjet 45 (FS9). If I change to GPS mode (next to the MCP) the information in the PFD changes to a certain GPS mode. I have not seen this in PMRJ software.

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    Per Alm

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    Per, I wish I had my sim up and running and I would try my best to answer your questions! However, the 'hangar' is still not ready yet!

    I do believe that the MACH number is changed on the PMRJ though...
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    Thanks RT72, we got to keep these LJ projects moving forward!
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    I may be misunderstanding your question about the MACH #, but it does appear on the PFD at about .4 MACH.

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