QUOTE (Lennart Vedin @ 28/10/2010, 22:48)
I dont find it strange. It is sure the date line crossing, I had this very specific problem when I designed a Navigation program.
It is not a 100% real FMS, small issues may been not consider.
I think you must fly that part by instrument navigation. Or try fly route PWAK to WP 27E79 and then heading 69 deg 204nm by instrument.
Mate, not sure what your definition of strange is, but when it does not work as expected, I do find it strange.
I flew to a waypoint just short of the international date line, and then flew heading mode until crossing the INternational date line.
Upon crossing the international date line, ALL the legs in the FMS were wiped out! (yes, I did find that strange also)...but I found that I could now program the rest of the waypoints for destination and it gave me the correct values.
This is the first time I have tried the crossing of the date line in the Maddog, I had flown PMDG before and this didnt happen. I realise they are different aircraft, etc. but just to make anybody aware, there is a glitch in the Maddog FMS.