Hello, when building a route on my e7d and than press follow route and active the p70r pilot, is there a way to follow this route without need to confirm the next turn (waypoint) by pushing track at each waypoint?

Thank you

Dave

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No, you will need to acknowledge the waypoint arrival and accept the next waypoint bearing. This can not be changed.  The reasoning is we want you to still have to be aware of navigating while using the autopilot and this forces you are make sure the bearing to the next waypoint is safe to navigate before proceeding.

hello, ok thanks for the information.

Thanks for the inquiry.  Contact us if you have any further questions.

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