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Saitek Panel/Driver/SPAD Problem or Phenom?

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I finally bought P3D Pro (again).  I'm moving very slowly this time, wanting to keep P3D stock until the critical things work.

 

The Phenom seems to fly ok, but the autopilot is not accepting commands from my Saitek panel, using SPAD, which works fine for every other aircraft including the Duke Turbine v2 (my only other 3rd party aircraft.)

 

If you're using the Saitek autopilot panel, is it working in your Phenom?  I haven't yet applied Berts excellent GTN mod, nor the GTN, so it's a stock install v1.3 Phenom.

 

Any ideas are appreciated.

 

 

 


Best Regards,

Mark

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I do miss the panels. Hoping the v3.1 P3D update will address this. In v3.0 most aircraft do not interface (or partially so).


Best Regards,

Mark

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I finally bought P3D Pro (again).  I'm moving very slowly this time, wanting to keep P3D stock until the critical things work.

 

The Phenom seems to fly ok, but the autopilot is not accepting commands from my Saitek panel, using SPAD, which works fine for every other aircraft including the Duke Turbine v2 (my only other 3rd party aircraft.)

 

If you're using the Saitek autopilot panel, is it working in your Phenom?  I haven't yet applied Berts excellent GTN mod, nor the GTN, so it's a stock install v1.3 Phenom.

 

Any ideas are appreciated.

 

 

I dont have the 300 but seen this problem before with Carenado aircraft - if I were you I would ask Bert if he can help you out - send him a six pack or a christmas card :wink:  he can probably get it working as he would have to create an xml file specifically for this bird and then that file would be added to your panels folder

 

By the way its not a spad issue its a saitek issue


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