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Hi,

 

Like the title says, when using GSX pushback plane shakes violently. This must be related to the fact that front gear is quickly turning left/right. Pushback is done right on spot, only vibrations. Anyone experiencing this as well?

 

Tom Link

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Are you both using the latest version of GSX that was released a few days after the 744?

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Yes, I am. Downloaded after the queen was released. Also within GSX I have no message of further updates.

 

Tom Link

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ive experienced this to, everything is up to date, when i looked in external view, i could see the front wheel shaking about, im guessing this is tied to the vibration, just like when the tiller shakes violently in other aircraft when being pushed back.

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Jason, you described it better than me. That's exactly what is happening.

 

Tom Link

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Yep seeing the same thing, using the latest version of GSX. I tried turning off the 747's built-in head movement features thinking that might be the source but no dice. 

 

-Alex Pugh

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The problem is that PMDG doesn't make use of the bypass pin feature provided by GSX, thats also why the tiller and rudder pedals are shaking violently during the GSX pushback. It's the same in the T7.

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The problem is that PMDG doesn't make use of the bypass pin feature provided by GSX, thats also why the tiller and rudder pedals are shaking violently during the GSX pushback. It's the same in the T7.

No.  Quite different.  I find that using the GSX pushback feature causes repetitive stuttering for the rest of the flight too.

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No.  Quite different.  I find that using the GSX pushback feature causes repetitive stuttering for the rest of the flight too.

What's quite different? I'm not sure if we're talking about the same issue as this topic is about the new build in camera shaking effect engaging due to the nosewheel fighting the GSX pushback steering, not some form of stuttering that may be caused by GSX.

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Same problems here...

Is there a solution with settings in the aircraft configurator in GSX or do we have to wait for an update for GSX or the Queen?

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It is not only with the Queen..it happens also with FSL Airbus...but so far it seems to be happening only to users of Chase Plane camera which have also GSX installed...what kind of camera do you use ?

 

Ezio

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FYI

Pushback and the rest works perfect for me. No shaking or other "strange" this, just works.

 

Win7 64

FSX:SE

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What's quite different? I'm not sure if we're talking about the same issue as this topic is about the new build in camera shaking effect engaging due to the nosewheel fighting the GSX pushback steering, not some form of stuttering that may be caused by GSX.

Just saying, it's not the same as with the 777.  Not the bypass pin issue. 

It is not only with the Queen..it happens also with FSL Airbus...but so far it seems to be happening only to users of Chase Plane camera which have also GSX installed...what kind of camera do you use ?

 

Ezio

Do not use Chase Plane.

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I'm not using any chase camera or any other camera add on. Shaking is during pushback and shows front gear shaking. Pushback done, rest of the flight is smooth.

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Flightbeam KSFO HD, 744 V3, GSX (1.9.11), FS Real Time, AS 2016

Violent shaking in VC and of nosewheel during pushback as well. Do not see NWS disabled indication during pushback (if there is any). 

I use a separate axis for NWS setup through FSUIPC. 

The rest of taxi is smooth as well. 

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Just saying, it's not the same as with the 777.  Not the bypass pin issue. 

It is the same issue as with the 777 but the 747 has camera shaking effects included that get triggered by this, that's why everyone here is noticing it. You can disable these shaking effects in the FMC options under "Simulation".

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It is the same issue as with the 777 but the 747 has camera shaking effects included that get triggered by this, that's why everyone here is noticing it. You can disable these shaking effects in the FMC options under "Simulation".

 

Disabling PMDG's head movement features doesn't fix this issue. 

 

Alex Pugh

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I wonder how complex it would be for PMDG to make its own pushback routines more advanced, with groundcrew people and pushback tractor modelled.

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I wonder how complex it would be for PMDG to make its own pushback routines more advanced, with groundcrew people and pushback tractor modelled.

A while ago, somebody asked if different style headrests were available, and I think Kyle responded and said they had already reached the animation limits. So sounds like it might not have been possible.

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Hi, having the same issue. Pushback by GSX is creating a heavy shaking. Any possibility to solve : Or is it more to address to GSX ?

thanks

JM

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Hello,
According to FSDT forum, they are working with PMDG to sort this problem and hopefully will get it fixed later. There need to be changes in both GSX and PMDG IIRC.
Looking for that topic to quote it here.
Cheers.
Hoang Le

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