Enabled measurement unit selection. You may now choose between different sets of measurement units in several categories, which affects how various on-screen values are displayed.
Overhauled the following PFD elements:
Wind Data Display
Angle of Attack Indicator
Navigation Status Bar
NAV/DME Information Bar
Bearing Information Bar
[PFD] The “barber pole” speed strip on the airspeed indicator now appears at the correct speeds.
[PFD] Fixed a regression in v0.4.2/Sim Update 3 that caused the altimeter’s baro setting display to not always display all four significant digits in “IN HG” mode.
[PFD] Fixed the scale of the Angle of Attack Indicator. Zero AoA is no longer in the middle of the scale. The top of the scale now theoretically represents the critical (stall) AoA, and zero on the scale represents the zero-lift AoA.
The scale for the TBM930 is based on the values found in the targetperformance.cfg file.
The scale for the Longitude is somewhat arbitrary since no references could be found, but should be at least in the ballpark of a “correct” scale based on empiric performance data gathered from within the sim.
The scale is not adjusted for differences in configuration (e.g. flaps) or mach speed.
[PFD] The “Auto” display mode for the PFD Angle of Attack Indicator in the G5000 now functions properly: when selected, the AoA indicator will be displayed if the landing gear are down or if flaps are set to any setting other than fully retracted.
[PFD] For the Longitude: The PFD altimeter is now synced with the same altimeter used by the autopilot (which is also synced to the standby altimeter). This will fix the issue of the autopilot appearing to hold at an altitude different from the selected altitude if the PFD and standby altimeter baro settings are not the same. This change has the side effect of rendering the standby altimeter baro knob unusable, since the standby altimeter is now slaved to the PFD altimeter.
[PFD] For the Longitude: the joystick above the PFD displays can now be used to increase/decrease the range of the PFD Inset Map.
[NavMap] The flight plan renderer now correctly draws the turning “transitions” into approaches which the sim’s default autopilot flies when directly sequencing from the last leg before an approach into the first leg of the approach would result in a greater than 90-degree angle turn.
[GTC] The backspace button in the frequency entry pop-up window is no longer broken.
[GTC] Speed Bug settings are now properly synchronized across different touchscreen controllers.
[Misc] Loading/activating an ILS/LOC approach will automatically load the approach frequency into the nav radio. The exact behavior of this function depends on whether the G3000 or G5000 is being used, whether the selected autopilot/CDI nav source is FMS or NAV, and whether the approach frequency was already loaded into the nav radio.
[Misc] When flying an ILS/LOC approach, the selected autopilot/CDI nav source is FMS, and the approach frequency is loaded into the active frequency field of NAV1 or NAV2, the system will automatically switch the nav source to NAV1/NAV2 when the following conditions are first met: the next active waypoint is the FAF and the plane is within 15 NM of the FAF, OR the next active waypoint is past the FAF.
[Misc] Added the missing default reference Vspeeds for the Longitude. Note that these speeds are the published real-life values; performance in the sim may differ.