Issue Details
Issue Number
Problems with flying in the left seat and

When flying in the left seat, some minor bugs occur. 1. On the left ICP, you can raise the DH of the left PFD, but not lower it again. 2. When turning the heading knob in the AFCS control panel, it won't sync with the green heading bug of the left ND. The small one on the left PFD however works as expected. 3. With and without the GTN750 installed, the tuned NAV1 frequency is displayed as NAV2 and vice versa. I'm flying V5.10 with the digital cockpit. Best regards :)

Issue Type
Identification Date
Thursday, 17 March 2022
Project Name
EC 135 V5

Issue Status
Issue Resolution
Resolution Summary

1. Knob for DH on the left ICP fixed from V5.11.

2. Function of the heading pointer corrected from V5.11.

3. Assignment of the GPS devices is not an error, but intentional. Please refer to the manual or watch the QuickTip video.

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