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Hi Nico,

yesterday I did a short flight from Liverpool to Basel. During climb my plane (first flight with Fslabs 320 in v5) did a jump into 35000ft and a 180 degrees turn to a generated Traffic plane. I needed some minutes to realize what happens and bring my plane back under control. My first thought was, that the 320-addon is a bit buggy. During the further flight, I was transferred three more times to the position of a generated traffic plane, the last time from the ground up to 28000ft. Really strange.

Today I tried again, shortly after takeoff happend the same, I moved about 20 miles to a crossing Ryanair 738. I used for both flights the ADSB-Live injection. The next test I did with Balthasar‘s RealTraffic, same issue. It seems, that it‘s PSXseecon v18 related, I‘m not sure, but for the moment I reactivated my AIG-Traffic and everything seems ok, no problems so far.

Do you have any idea, what’s going wrong here?


Greetings Andrew Bowler

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Hi,

This has happened to me too! Sat on the ground preparing a flight in an A330 at Boston Logan (KBOS) suddenly shot up to 6000ft with an AI 737. I've been trying to think this through but I was running PSX 18.0 at the time. Is this the problem?

Cheers

Chris

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Posted (edited)

Hi,

Might be a small bug in 18.0, although the same bug was already present in 17.6... But have recompiled, just re-download and re-install 18.0 to give it a try.

Could also be related to HF2

Nico

Edited by kiek

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No, that didn't solve it for me, either. I never saw this with 17.6 though.

Cheers Chris

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Is there any idea, how we can fix this issue? Is v17.6 running with P3d v5 HF2?


Greetings Andrew Bowler

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1 hour ago, airlinetycoon said:

Is there any idea, how we can fix this issue? Is v17.6 running with P3d v5 HF2?

I have set last version at my site back to 17.6, so you can now still use 17.6. It will not complain about 18.0

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7 minutes ago, kiek said:

No, 17.6 will ask for 18.0. Try the 32 bit version of 18.0

Tried - same problem.


Greetings Andrew Bowler

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2 minutes ago, airlinetycoon said:

Tried - same problem.

You can now use 17.6 again, also available at my site.

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Just now, daelight said:

Experiencing the 'super-warp' shortly after take-off too.

What version of PSXT? What data provider? FSX or P3D? What P3D version...

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Was just about to edit the post with that info!

PSXT 18.0, the free data provider, P3D v5 HF2

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9 minutes ago, daelight said:

Was just about to edit the post with that info!

PSXT 18.0, the free data provider, P3D v5 HF2

Does it hapen with RT as data provide too?

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