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||Posted - 25/01/2012 : 14:50:18
If you set a Safety Mc (i.e. 1.4) on the corresponding value in the overlay you read 0.0.
It would be nice to be able to see the real Mc value used for calculations.
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||Posted - 26/01/2012 : 00:35:44
I think we are saying a different thing, Mat.
When looking at the MC overlay, if the arrival altitude below is relative to a safetyMC which is lower than the one overprinted, then we should tell . Like we do for safety altitude, basically.
Without changing anything else. Only a small box like for +300m , in my case.
||Posted - 25/01/2012 : 22:19:14
Hmm, I am not sure if that is the best idea. MC value displayed on the overlay is also strictly connected to the STF value. I may want to know STF for 0 MC even if safety is set to 0,5. When the interface will not allow the pilot to set lower values than the Safety MC than that value again will not be a safety value because it will be on the border of the envelope.
||Posted - 25/01/2012 : 15:35:51
Yes this is a good point. I dont know if it is possible for the 3.0.