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    Boeing and Embry-Riddle use PM . What for?

    Does anybody have any idea why these companies use Project Majenta? If for professional use , are they satisfied ? Like I said before, there are some mistakes that is impossible not noticing , beginning with engine start where that red mark stays in EGT after engine stabilizes( Is that so difficult to eliminate?) . Following that, the N1 green dot in N1 ARC that should always represent the takeoff maximum continuous thrust , when selecting a temperature for a reduced takeoff ( R-TO) , the green dot follows N1 reduced setting (wrong) . Sorry guys , but for proffesional usage I donīt recommend.

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    Re: Boeing and Embry-Riddle use PM . What for?

    Just to throw this out there but what if the versions that Boeing and Embry-riddle use are not the exact same versions that you have. If I was a multi billion dollar company and asked a software company that I had purchased from to fix a few errors i bet it would get done. That does not mean that it gets fixed for everyone else. just my .02 cents I could be totally wrong.
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