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    Remote MCDU Problems

    I have not been able to fix this problem as yet. It has been sent to Enrico, but no reply to the problem.
    I am unable to shut down the RMCDU if I run in full screen and try to turn the Title Bar to the off position in the ini file.
    CTRL-Q will not close the program nor can the computer shut down from the front on/off button with the Title Bar off.
    Naturally it is not as usable with the title bar taking up room on a small screen, as well as not being able to line up the LSK and RSK Buttons.
    Brian W.

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    Hi

    Are you using the Boeing software?

    If so you can shut down the right CDU software by pressing MENU twice and EXIT/SHUTDOWN line key and then END PROGRAM.


    Richard

    Now I noticed this it is posted to the Airbus section, there is maybe a similar option in the Airbus software?

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