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I really doubt this is a bug, but I will still ask here.

Just learning how an aircraft auto follows waypoint(s). Sometime it does, some time it doesn˙t. Don`t really get it. But at my current example it just doesn`t want to. Using CPL Waypoints mode, and following these instructions:

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Tried both methods, but the aircraft at my current example is always pointing towards that "diamond" which you can see infront of aircraft on AMPCD:

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Why is that so, why it doesn`t want to turn for 90deg left, toward waypoint I selected?

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1 hour ago, Hulkbust44 said:

It's trying to intercept the course line first.

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That was my problem, explained in Chuck`s manual:

 

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It's trying to fly the course, not the WP, if you have a course set up. Disable the course (deselect and reselect WYPT) and it'll fly towards the WP.

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10 hours ago, skywalker22 said:

the aircraft at my current example is always pointing towards that "diamond" which you can see infront of aircraft on AMPCD:

The aircraft will always be pointing roughly in the direction of that diamond, it's the indicator that shows which direction you're currently traveling. 

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