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Run FSDT updater and discover the beauty!
Another impressive upgrade for this smart tool.
Love it, really!

Thank you very much, Umberto and team, you rock!
ūüĎć

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Yes, a very welcome addition to GSX and to P3D.   However, I wish the push-back truck wheel behavior would align with the direction of movement.  The wheel behavior is all aver the place (left when it should be right and visa versa)

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enjoy candy ........


for now, cheers

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Does anyone knows how you can move the node point or how you can add more nodes? I see that described on the video but I can't find how to do it.


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1 hour ago, Daedalus said:

Does anyone knows how you can move the node point or how you can add more nodes? I see that described on the video but I can't find how to do it.

First you have to deselect "Snap to AFCAD" and "Apply", then "Customize pushback" which first gets you to set the final stopping point, then F4 will advance you to moving the node (depicted as a big blue circle on the ground).  If there's a way to add additional nodes, I am not aware of it.

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7 minutes ago, w6kd said:

First you have to deselect "Snap to AFCAD" and "Apply", then "Customize pushback" which first gets you to set the final stopping point, then F4 will advance you to moving the node (depicted as a big blue circle on the ground).  If there's a way to add additional nodes, I am not aware of it.

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Bob, in the video they just released is what he is talking about.  There is a new quick pushback feature from top down view. In the video there is a new airplane graphic and 1 blue corner node. Moving that node is what he means. 


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12 minutes ago, B777ER said:

Bob, in the video they just released is what he is talking about.  There is a new quick pushback feature from top down view. In the video there is a new airplane graphic and 1 blue corner node. Moving that node is what he means. 

Where is this video located? I haven't seen it.

Never mind... I found it here

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9 minutes ago, B777ER said:

Bob, in the video they just released is what he is talking about

Hi, I've been looking for this video but I can't locate it. Can you point me to where it is? 

Thanks


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2 minutes ago, polosim said:

 

12 minutes ago, MDFlier said:

Where is this video located? I haven't seen it.

Never mind... I found it here

Thanks gentlemen. I was knocking my head against the wall looking for this. 


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This looks great. Do the baggage loaders still drive through the aircraft rather than around?

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They will, at times. I found that whenever this happens all I need to do is customize the start position of the loaders and then they'll take a more sensible path to the cargo doors. Sometimes, moving them just a tiny bit will make the problem go away.

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7 hours ago, vadriver said:

enjoy candy ........

Yep, much more than bitterness ūüėČ

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What Umberto has done with GSX is very impressive ... he's really "used" the SDK to do some incredible features.  His PBR implementation is phenomenal ... he brings airports alive and the flexibility exposes just how much I need to learn from the SDK.  The customization from Jetway paints and logos on up to scripting door behavior ... amazing work.

4 hours ago, Midnight Music said:

Do the baggage loaders still drive through the aircraft rather than around?

Easy to resolve using GSX customization options (just make sure you have your SLEW axis setup correctly for any controllers you have enabled).  As I recall, I think you can also download files from others that have already done the customization work ... hopefully in the future Umberto will allow for a "online service" where it will find files specific to one's airport/aircraft (similar to REX and x-camera).

Cheers, Rob.

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Hey guys, sorry if this is the wrong place to ask, but I can't seem to get GSX working on a fresh install of V4.5.

I am using Bitdefender, and when running the setup it always blocks the uninstaller file from the temp folder. I can retry after temporarily adding an exception and it downloads and installs everything, however the GSX menu does not show up in the sim.

I can't seem to figure out how to stop Bitdefender from blocking that file, if that's even the problem. Any help would be appreciated.

Cheers


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