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KenWood

C4TO V3.(any) not working for me

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Hi All C4TO Version 3 users (DLL Version). I was previously using V2 with scripts and had some success, so was quite excited when I saw the promised DLL version came out. I installed it as per the readme file and started up Fly!II. After ALT-F12 (no text to indicate anything's working) I load a flight plan with start (KSFO), destination (KLAS) and several waypoints, autogenerated by the flight planner. When I press Alt-A, the frequency of the comm radio changes, but when I press Alt-C, no sound is emitted. I can hear engine sounds and I can, in desparation, use the built-in ATC. Am I missing something? I am flying the PMDG 757, which the readme says is supported, so does anyone have any ideas what I can try? I've tried installing V3.0, V3.1 then all the available update patches and nothing makes any difference.Regards and best wishes for ChristmasColin Beggmailto:Colin.Begg@ntlworld.com

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Hi Colin,I believe in order to begin your session with the latest versions, ALT-F for File IVR (start new ATC session)is necessary - not the old way. C4TOkeys.txt file in the zipfile will have all the keyboard commands for you. I printed it out for ready reference, cause I'm bad at recalling all those little commands. ;-)Do hope this helps!Many Cheers and a great holiday to you!Ken Wood :-sun1http://www.avsim.com/hangar/fly/dfdg/bannernewkw.jpgGateway 700X; Intel P4 2.4GHz; 512MB RAM; NVIDIA Ti4200 4X AGP 128MB; SB Audigy; Thrustmaster TopGun Fox 2 Pro Shock

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Hi Ken>I believe in order to begin your session with the latest>versions, ALT-F for File IVR (start new ATC session)is>necessary - not the old way. C4TOkeys.txt file in the zipfile>will have all the keyboard commands for you. I printed it out>for ready reference, cause I'm bad at recalling all those>little commands. ;-)Nearly right. I was reading the C4TO Readme.txt which came with V3 and it says to start with left Alt+F12. Reading C4TOKeys.txt, its Ctrl-Alt-/. Very different results. It works. OK, so my home airport has no ground and I can't start from there (just a shushing noice when I contact ground) but C4TO is up and running.Thanks ever so, now its back to editing databases, which is where I was up to with the Flyscripts version (and didn't get anywhere). But at least I can fly from properly setup airports.Best wishes for the Season to all pilotsColin Beggmailto:Colin.begg@ntlworld.com

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Much of the information for running C4TO version 3 comes from version 2 and there are several errors. Alt-F is the proper way to get into version 3. I have both version 2 and 3 installed, version 3 does not use Flyscripts, version 2 can still be used with the old keystrokes even with version 3 installed.Zane

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Plus, Version 3 covers airports without towers - the file I am using to get my info is Version 3.2 of C4TOkeys.txt dated 4/14/2003.Do hope this helps! Glad to know it is working, Colin! Many Cheers!Ken Wood :-sun1http://www.avsim.com/hangar/fly/dfdg/bannernewkw.jpgGateway 700X; Intel P4 2.4GHz; 512MB RAM; NVIDIA Ti4200 4X AGP 128MB; SB Audigy; Thrustmaster TopGun Fox 2 Pro Shock

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