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Oh lol,sorry for that,im not very good with PC's in general,i wouldnt know how to save them to

the cloud.

Gary.

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Gary, I appreciate it can appear daunting but once you understand the concept it’s pretty straightforward. Here’s a link to a free Dropbox offer. The section about sharing files via links is what you need.

https://www.dropbox.com/en_GB/basic


Ray (Cheshire, England).
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Gary, that’s better but I have to save them before I can open them. You need to save them to the Public folder in Dropbox and provide a link to the file. That way they can be viewed without me having to save them.

The setup looks fine. Have you handed Comms over to Otto, the copilot? That way he will do all the comms for you.

I’m going to start my PC shortly to check a few things.


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Ray,

Managed to sort it lol,yeah the Copilot controls all the radios and communications etc,i just listen and fly the plane.

 

Gary

      

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Gary, what do you mean "you managed to sort it lol"???

It would be appreciated if you said how you fixed the problem. I have spent an inordinate amount of time with you on this.


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Always best to be clear Gary. Compare the size of all your csv files in the data folder to mine in the image attached. They should be similar. Report any significant diffferences.

 

RC4files.jpg


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Ray,

The difference is significant,listed below is the entire contents of my RC data folder with dates.

a4csv  18/09/2020 

c4csv  18/09/2020

f4csv   18/09/2020

i4csv    15/04/2005

m4csv   06/01/2006

n4csv   15/04/2005

p4csv   26/02/2006

r4csv   18/09/2020

s4csv   15/04/2005

z4csv   06/10/2005

That is every item in my RC data folder.

Gary.

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Gary, I asked you to compare the sizes. Where are yours? I suspect you're missing centre entries hence why you're not getting correct instructions.

This is a default install with no addon airports. Compare to this.

RC4Entries.jpg


Ray (Cheshire, England).
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Ray,

a4.csv    1,038KB

c4.csv     54KB

f4.csv     519KB

i4.csv      5,217KB

m4.csv   366KB

n4.csv    645KB

p4.csv    7KB

r4.csv    4,550KB

s4.csv    2,212KB

z4.csv    214KB

Gary.

 

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Okay, they're comparable to mine. I have run out of ideas. You report that earlier flights that were a problem were fixed after you copied f4.csv to the data folder. So why are these problems starting again? Only you know that since only you has control over your system.

Was EICK an addon airport? If so you never mentioned it. If you've updated the database then everything should work.

Always helps if you give as much info as possible to help me. But unless I sit in front of your system I have no fresh ideas, sorry.


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Ray,

Thanks for all your help and advice on the matter i really appreciate your time you have put in.

As i mentioned a while ago i never use default airports all my airports are addons.

I will keep working on it if i find out anything i will surely let you know.

Thanks again Ray.

Gary.

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Uninstall and reinstall is all that remains. Check FSUIPC and MakeRunways are up to date. Good luck.


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