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Jack_Sawyer

A2A walk around still not working

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P3D 3.4, I tried everything but reinstalling.  When I try the walk around I get all inside views, it's a mess.

I have no saved aircraft.cfg file like I've seen in another thread to replace it with.

Anyone else have this problem?

I love this program but this is about the only thing that is getting on my nerves.

Thanks.


Jack Sawyer

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While I cannot state with absolute certainty, based on observations of my aircraft.

When CP is ran the first time it will create a file named "aircraft.cfg.fsfx_CP.bkp" if it made any change to the aircraft.cfg file.

If there is no bkp file then CP did not alter the aircraft.cfg.  

In my case only the Majestic Q400 aircraft.cfg file was altered. None of the others were touched.

The other file that is always altered is the camera.cfg files.  The backup file is; cameras.cfg.fsfx.bkp.   That file is located %AppData%\Microsoft\FSX\

EXE.XML may also be altered if you set CP to autostart with FSX.

Ernie


Ernest Pergrem

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Hi Ernie, I'm at the PC right now having a lot of fun stating up cameras and experimenting.

I can set up all my planes from MilViz to Carenado even A2A.

But I still can't get the walk around to work.  All it does is give me a bunch of cockpit views.

I see all those files you mentioned despite being on P3D 3.4.  I see that CP was added to the EXE.XML.  But I think this is a global setting as it's in AppData.

I don't know enough about this to figure it out.  Something is overriding the walk around cameras.

Thanks so far...


Jack Sawyer

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Unfortunately, I only have the A2A 172 and it isn't currently installed, so I have exhausted my limited depth of knowledge or experience.

Keven does a great job at addressing issues, so this one will eventually get resolved. 

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Ernest Pergrem

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1 hour ago, airernie said:

Unfortunately, I only have the A2A 172 and it isn't currently installed, so I have exhausted my limited depth of knowledge or experience.

Keven does a great job at addressing issues, so this one will eventually get resolved. 

Thanks Ernest, I very much appreciate all your help.  Still and all, Chase Plane is amazing!  I was actually laughing out last night as I was making camera settings,  my wife had a laugh.  This is such a fun program and so far it hasn't crashed or given me any other problems.  I wish I had bought it last year!


Jack Sawyer

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moved to another topic.


Ray (Cheshire, England).
System: P3D v5.2 & v3.4, Intel i7-8086K o/c to 5.2Ghz, Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti 11Gb, Samsung 970 EVO M.2 SSD, 1Tb Samsung 860 EVO SSD, Asus Prime Z370-A mobo, 32Gb G.Skill DDR4 3000Mhz RAM, Win 10 Pro 64-bit, BenQ PD3200U 32” monitor, Fulcrum One yoke.
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I can't even get the Walkaround page showing up in my A2A aircraft.Pressing 4 for me does absolutely nothing.

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Remove the cp_cache file located in the ChasePlane install folder

  1. Launch ChasePlane
  2. Launch the simulator
  3. Let me know if that works.

Keven Menard 
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