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Product information 'PMDG 737 NGX for FSX' The PMDG 737NGX features an unprecedented level of systems fidelity. Developed over three years with technical input from Boeing and a team of real-life 737NG crew and maintenance advisors, we have painstakingly modeled nearly every system on the real aircraft in a fully dynamic and realistic manner. PMDG 737NGX (8) Auto Pressurization Failure and Autopilot Wierdness; The main 2D panel is corrupted when I open it with the VC view active; Unable to locate FSX.exe.

Annotate the alert with: URL select from dropdown Runbook label linked to url Then, when the statemessage of an alert matches Server is DOWN, the runbook appears under the “annotations” tab on the alert card. Annotations and alerts meaning. SkyTruth Alerts comes with some basic annotation tools so you can mark up a map you want to share with others. You can add text, shapes, lines/arrows and map markers to your map. To use the annotation tools: 1. Log in to SkyTruth Alerts. Select the Annotate Map icon from the Alerts toolbar. The Annotation Options window appears. Response Alerts. Select whether to receive an email notification when certain actions are taken on an annotation you created. Alert Frequency. Select whether to have a daily summary sent to you about the actions taken on an annotation you created, or to have a notification sent immediately when an action is performed on an annotation. This annotation query will fetch all annotation events that originate from the current dashboard and show them on the panel where they were created. This includes alert state history annotations. You can stop annotations from being fetched and drawn by opening the Annotations settings (via Dashboard cogs menu) and modifying the query named Annotations & Alerts (Built-in). A set of annotations for the alert. StartsAt: time.Time: The time the alert started firing. If omitted, the current time is assigned by the Alertmanager. EndsAt: time.Time: Only set if the end time of an alert is known. Otherwise set to a configurable timeout period from the time since the last alert was received. GeneratorURL: string.

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