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The problem is resolved and working fine also with 4.7.0 and the 350 firmware so all is good.

When I talked to Diego I think we agreed my yoke ended up in a state where it thought the auto pilot was still engaged even after P3D wasn’t running. Reason for this was probably P3D crashed mid-flight with the AP enabled.

I suggested to Diego maybe a good check to implement to avoid these kind of issues could be to always check when CLS2Sim is started if the simulator is running. If not, the AP should never be engaged.


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