Okay, the issue is even in debug it also does not work.Hello,
Just a little follow up. Wind shear should be more of a lateral effect which does induce up and down movements of the aircraft. The next time you receive a wind shear warning and you do not experience the effect please be sure to post more information:
METAR from Conditions screen
Location (Airport ICAO)
Wind shear as I understand it and have experienced it should result in an airspeed change. It is dangerous on approach as your airspeed is low to begin with. If you experience shear you must react quickly as it is possible to stall. It's not a "comfortable" experience but not similar at all to common turbulence...Just a little follow up. Wind shear should be more of a lateral effect which does induce up and down movements of the aircraft.