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Hi 

This is admittedly a long shot.... Occasionally I may pause my sim, put the computer to sleep and continue a flight where I left off - works fine.

If I pause, switch user when I come back to X-Plane the sound does not work anymore - of course the answer is don't do it!

But anyone know how to get X-Plane playing sound again ? Of course if I exit X-Plane and start the sim again, all is well. And yes all other sounds/music plays fine. This is in the FF 757/767

Just wondering :)

Thanks

 


Carl Beeby

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2 hours ago, blocks_off said:

Hi 

This is admittedly a long shot.... Occasionally I may pause my sim, put the computer to sleep and continue a flight where I left off - works fine.

If I pause, switch user when I come back to X-Plane the sound does not work anymore - of course the answer is don't do it!

But anyone know how to get X-Plane playing sound again ? Of course if I exit X-Plane and start the sim again, all is well. And yes all other sounds/music plays fine. This is in the FF 757/767

Just wondering :)

Thanks

 

Well, as you've said, it's kind of a long shot. Putting your computer to sleep, and expecting X-plane to work flawlessly after that - it's already something which I would consider 'overstretch', but heck, if it works for you, then, well... just make sure to save your flight. Normally games / sims don't really tolerate Windows sleep mode, or switching users. So I cannot help with your original question, just to say, that don't be surprised if your X-plane sessions gets all garbled up after switching users. It's a bit outside of bounds. Rather save your flight in X-plane (and if you can save your panel state in the 757, then do that, too - not sure if it's possible, I don't fly big jets).

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If I could save my flight using the FF757/767 then I would do so.

So for now, I just have to work around it... hence my question :)

 

 


Carl Beeby

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