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  1. So, you will consider implementing it for a future version then? 🙂 GSX already has this option.. Br. Kyrre Andersen
  2. Hi Bryan, Maybe as a suggestion for a future update. To get the ramp guy to wait until the captain confirms good engine starts? Now, the german voice at least says "good engine starts from down here", which is not the case always. On the 747 for instance - during a shorter pushback, there is no way to be able to start the engines that soon. Or could you maybe consider an option for this? It's a really nice software, but just to make it even a little bit more realistic? Br. Kyrre Andersen
  3. Now it worked 🙂 I guess it might have been the chocks - hehe. Have a nice day 🙂 Br. Kyrre A.
  4. Thanks Bryan 🙂 I'll give it another go then Br. Kyrre Andersen
  5. Hello, After a couple of attempts now, during pushback the FSL A320 tips back on it's tail during pushback. And yes, I am 100% positive that my parking brake is off and that the chocks are removed. It's happened twice now. Latest versions of UCGX (2.0) and FSL (v2.0.2.450) with P3D 4.5 HF1 being used. Airports: Drzewiecki Design EPGD (Gdansk) and Aerosoft ENTO (Sandefjord Torp X) When the pushback is completed, the nose gear settles back on the ground as normal. The rest of the pushback works "as normal" I would say. A bit of a scary experience for my virtual pax 😄 Br. Kyrre Andersen
  6. Yes, FS2CrewAirbusLabs64.gau is present under the gauges directory On my system it\s on E:\Prepar3D v4\gauges, but I guess that's the right location for it. Br. Kyrre Andersen
  7. Hi Bryan, I am using: Prepar3D_v4_Academic_4.5.14.34698 FSLabs version: v2.0.2.450 FS2Crew: Version 1.4 My antivirus is currently Malwarebytes and I have completely excluded the following folders: Prepar3D main installation folder Prepar3D user/appdata/roaming/Lockeed Martin/Prepar3d V4 Prepar3D user/appdata/local/Lockeed Martin/Prepar3d V4 I just tried to uninstall and then re-install. Same result. There is no "Enable" buttons visible. It is as if the FSLabs was not installed, even though the program is able to locate the parent FSLabs folder. Br. Kyrre Andersen
  8. Hi Bryan, Just before I started the FS2Crew configurator (upon installation of the program) I get prompted to point to any panel.cfg file for the FSLabs. On my system this is located here: E:\Prepar3d v4 Add-ons\FSLabs\SimObjects\Airplanes\FSLabs A320 CFM\Panel\Panel.cfg I then got the message that FS2Crew has sucessfully located the parent folder of the FSLabs addon. After entering my details (name, order number and email adress) and pressing activate, the configurator once again asks about the location of any panel.cfg file. I then choose the same file location (as shown above). Afterwards the configurator tells me that the parent folder of FSlabs was sucessfully located. However, the "Enable FS2Crew" button is missing, despite giving the same panel.cfg location twice. Br. Kyrre Andersen
  9. Hello, I use the voice control option with the PMDG 747 QOTS II. When I push back and start from the departure airport - all is working just fine - except for the issue of CTD when using custom made pushback routes (which has been reported here before). I don't mind that too much for now, I just use the computer generated ones - which work just fine for me. However, when I arrive at the destination, I stop to request towing to the stand. The tug comes up and the guy on the ground contacts me. But I am not able to reply with voice - and the menu with the "Go Ahead" option comes up. When I press it, it works fine. But it is as if the software reverts to Menu Control when I request towing to the gate. Br. Kyrre Andersen
  10. Hello, Now, just tried the same pushback once more. The only difference was that I pushed in another direction. Now it worked flawlessly. Very strange indeed! Anyone else experienced this issue? Br. Kyrre Andersen
  11. Hi Bryam I just happened to try a flight out of EDFH. All seems to go well until after setting the parking brake when told to do so by the ramp agent. But after that the guy seems to freeze. Nothing happens and I have to "kill" the program to remove the ground equipment. My aircraft has a bypass pin, and he is supposed to remove the pin after removing the tug, but he justs stands there.. Using P3D v4.5 with QOTS II and FS2Crew. All voice control. No issues in talking to the ground crew using voice. It's just that nothing happens when the ramp agent should remove the pin. Br. Kyrre Andersen
  12. Hi Bryan, The next time I do a flight I will try to reproduce it. I twas thinking it might have something to do with the units setting. I did a flight with the freighter version. I can give it a try with the passenger version and see what happens then. Br. Kyrre Andersen
  13. Just as I was climbing through the transition level, the FO called "Transition", and I then called "Altimeters transition, set Standard". The reply was..."standard set, crosschecked, passing flight level six three seven climbing flight level two three zero". The TA programmed into the VNAV climb page was 5000 feet. I think I was passing filght level 060 when the callout came, so, should have been more like "...passing flight level zero six one" or something. Flight level six three seven is something like 63700 feet after all! Using P3D v4.5 and units set to "hybrid" (feet, millibars). Any thoughts? Regards, Kyrre Andersen
  14. Hello Bryan, The issue with the "double check that please" from the FO now seems to be resolved. The likely culprit was FSUIPC, since I previously used FSUIPC to assign a CH throttle quadrant axis to the flaps. I later reassigned the same axis to control all the thrust reversers. I found out after I deleted those entries related to the 747-400 profile in FSUIPC.ini, then the issue disappeared. Maybe there was some setting lingering in the ini file that caused the FO to believe that the flaps wasn't in the correct position. Br. Kyrre Andersen
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