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MarkW

Errors after updating module

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I updated to the new module and also backed up the folders as suggested.  I copied them back in after the update.

Now I get the following error

3 erros occured while saving the aircraft.

Block =3, Line=9, [lamp], line ={lamp}

Block =3, Line=9, [lamp], line =empty

Block =3, Line=9, [lamp], line =empty

 

Any ideas on how to fix?

 

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Hi Mark, this is an effect of a change I made to the LAMP. implementation. You need to go to the Combo MCP page and select the USER/RADIO sub-panel. The assign empty (remove assignment) or Lights_default_panel to the LAMP. button.

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I did as you suggested but it will not SAVE the change.  Lamp just comes back with the error.

I just installed the older version but now I get a message on the MCP saying  --- select Aircraft and FLY but LINDA already has the correct aircraft.  

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MCP II

FSUIPC 4.963

LINDA - Was 2.9.2 v3 and reverted back to 2.8.9 v2

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Still not working here is what I have done.

Before updating I backed up the following folders.  ////Modules\linda  and ......\Modules\linda-cfg

downloaded and extracted to my P3D folder, overwrote all files.  copied back in the two folders above.

 

Just tried again, deleted all folders and files related to LINDA, redownloaded 2.9.2.  extracted to my Modules folder.  copied back in my backup folders.

I get Linda opening with the LAMP errors and just press OK.  Everything seems normal, Getting 3 Everything is OK messages in Green on the summary page and when loading the FSL A320 LINDA correctly selects the aircraft and FSXsync is illuminated in Orange.  Only problem is the MCPii (Boeing Type v.1.100) is displaying Select your Aircraft and FLY now.

Totally at a loss as to what to do next to fix it.

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OK did a clean install and redownloaded the FSL A320 module and the PMDG 744 module.  Working but I lost all of my custom assignments.

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Hi Mark

You won't have lost your old assignments. Remember there will be timestamped copies of config-hid.lua and config-mcp2.lua in the aircraft linda-cfg folders. Find the one with you old assignments, copy it and rename without the date/time part.

After restarting with the 3 x LAMP errors, if trying to assign something the LAMP button does not save, you can edit the config-mcp2.lua file manually. Locate the entry LAMP = and type empty followed by a comma (eg. LAMP = empty ,). Save the file and click Reload Lua Engine. 

I will look at an automated means of correctly this anomaly. 

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