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pilot2atc will not connect to x-plane

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yes i decided to try the demo out on x-plane 10, i have installed xuipc and followed the instructions, i plan on purchasing after the 14 day trial

so i can get the v2 version.

 

my specs are as follow

windows 10 pro

i-7 6700k at 4.6ghz

gigabyte gtx 980ti with 6 gb vram

32 gb ddr4 3200 mhz.

 

when i try to connect after x-plane is already running, it just says having trouble connecting to sim or speech recognition engine.


Brett Culley  Asus rog strix gaming z370,8700k at 5.2 GHz@ 1.395V, ASUS GTX 1080TI FE, Corsair vengeance 32gb of ddr4 4000 MHz ram,2 m.2 500gb nvme Patriot Hellfire's in raid-0 windows 10 Pro,Samsung 55 inch 4k tv secondary,lg 32 inch 1440p primary.

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Brett,

Assuming XPUIPC is installed and shows in the X-Plane Plug-ins menu, then there are a couple of other possibilities.

1) Try running the program in Administrator mode by right-clicking the Pilot2ATC.exe file and selecting Run as Administrator from the menu

2) Be sure you have US-English installed and selected as the default/primary language pack. 

 

If these don't do the trick, email (admin at pilot2atc) a screenshot of Pilot2ATC after you try and connect so I can see the entire window along with the error message box.

 

Thanks,

Dave

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i set everything to run as admin and it connects just fine,if i buy version 1 today, i assume i will get a version 2 key today, i would rather just start out using the newest version, thanks for the reply.i have alot of practice to do,i hope navigraph will be supported soon, everything i have is navigraph.


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Brett,

Yes, just email me when you buy it and I'll email back the V2 license key.

 

I'm with you on the Navigraph.  Richard said he's working on it.

 

Thanks,

Dave

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i bought the program, thank you for sending the v2 so quickly. does anyone know if nav data pro has airac cycles for pilot2atc? i own navigraph and have no way to take x-plane backwards to 1509.

 i can't even seem to find manual downloads for airac cycle 1509, all my addons are at 1605,i did not see pilot2atc in the navdata pro support list, i was going to buy just one supported cycle from aersoft

until navigraph supported it.


Brett Culley  Asus rog strix gaming z370,8700k at 5.2 GHz@ 1.395V, ASUS GTX 1080TI FE, Corsair vengeance 32gb of ddr4 4000 MHz ram,2 m.2 500gb nvme Patriot Hellfire's in raid-0 windows 10 Pro,Samsung 55 inch 4k tv secondary,lg 32 inch 1440p primary.

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Hi Brett.

Yes, NavDataPro has it in their update list on the installer, but I see it is not on their list on the web site description for the single cycle update. 

I'll send them a note and see what they say.

 

Edit:  It is as I suspected.  The web page description is out of date, but the update product will have Pilot2ATC data format available when you purchase it.  I have a regular subscription and I know it is in the updater list and works flawlessly.

 

Thanks,

Dave

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Hi Dave,

 

I have been looking around the forum, and will be buying P2Atc in very near future.

 

I just wanted to confirm that you can communicate solely with P2atc via speech recognition?

 

Thankyou

 

Damian


Damian Doyle

 

Flight sim's: FSX and X-plane

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Damian

The V 1.0 only communicates with speech recognition for ATC.  V 2.0 has a SayIt feature which gives you click on phrases in case you are having difficulty being understood.

 

Thanks,

Dave

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