Loving the latest update and all the new features! Not sure if it’s just me - but have noticed a couple quirks with the latest update, specifically flying around NZ/Pacific:
- NZQN seems to be missing (nearly) all of the approach’s charted.
- NZMF now appears to be inside a mountain.
- The weather seems to be pulling from multiple sources? A few times so far today I’ll be 100nm out planning my arrival with pretty straightforward winds, only to be experiencing something completely different on finals with a tailwind that isn’t reported anywhere (the ACARS supporting my initial approach).
- When manually building a flightplan across long distances - finding fixes by scrolling the direct routing doesn’t seem to work anymore? I mean ‘technically’ it does - it just takes 20+ seconds to load each square of the map at a zoom where fixes are visible - this used to be less than a second and made scrolling the direct routing to find your fixes a pretty easy way to do it (just try building NZAA-YSSY and finding the waypoints manually is almost needle-in-haystack territory). Any chance this load rate can be improved to pre-update speeds, or even better a setting to make them visible at a much lower zoom (ie visible with 1000nm on the map?) (And I know there are easier ways to build a flightplan outside the app however in this part of the world so many are missing or are mapped to another part of the world, a simple 3hr, 6 waypoint Trans-Tasman crossing ends up being a global odyssey with three waypoints and one of them in Russia…)
Thanks for any quick tips or clarification if there are works in progress!