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About sunnydaze

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  1. Have you set the path for x-plane? Start Active sky xp / top left icon (OPTIONS) / General settings / Simulator instalation folder / in the dark part of the screen it should say the path to your xp install (ie E:\X-Plane 11) or where ever yours is located.
  2. In the ZIBO main menu on the EFB go to the EFB main menu (Home) and after you have all your settings done,move your mouse to the right of the EFB screen, (just before the bezel) and your cursor will change to an arrow. Left click and you will go to page 2. There you can save all your settings (Save And Load configuration) Dennis
  3. Dougal. Pilot 2 ATC has a very nice flight plan feature. I too have FSC but haven't used it much since installing Pilot 2 Atc. And it is a really good ATC program. It gives you a 10 day free trial to check it out so nothing to loose. Dennis
  4. Ryan. Try right clicking on the latest full version and select ' make a copy.' After a few seconds it will show at the bottom of the screen and Show File Location. Go there and download it in the normal way. It will be called 'Copy of B 738X ............
  5. Thank you Ray. Just what I wanted to know. Thank you all for taking time to respond. Dennis
  6. Hi all. Could someone set me straight on this. I have never been sure of when to set standard pressure. Here is an example of my confusion. I depart Manchester (EGCC) using the LISTO 2 R Departure. This SID holds you at 5000 ft until you reach Listo. Now the transition altitude in that area is also 5000 ft. I flew this departure a few days ago with a very large pressure difference,I think it was 29.47 or something like that,so I climb to 5000 ft like I am supposed to, but my ATC program gives me a "reminder" to be at 5000 ft which I am actually at using local pressure, so should I have changed to standard pressure when reaching 5000 ft,or wait until I am above that? Thanks. Dennis
  7. I know you said you have checked the settings,but just check that "Expert mode" is not checked in the advanced settings,as this will disable the F O. Dennis
  8. I just did the same thing. Dis you unzip the file first? Inside the unzipped folder you should see _MACOSX and OpenMeAndRead. Inside OpenMe is the 330_JARDesign for Windows. Just put that in your airplane folder. Activate with your original code. Dennis
  9. I noticed this when I tried the" Vertical Sync Adaptive" (half refresh rate) in nVidia control panel. Everything looked fine but the mouse lag was so bad that I went back to "Use 3D application saetting". Dennis
  10. Denco The most important "Tweak" for me regarding X-Plane is to turn OFF Threaded Optimization in the nVidia control panel. I think you will find that stuttering will be a thing of the past. I updated my video drivers a while ago and the stuttering was back until I remembered to do this again. All the best. Dennis
  11. First, if this is the wrong forum for the post above , my apologies. The culprit in this instance was my "IndieVolume" program. I have had it for years and works fine,however with the TGS {taxi guidance system) in PFE, it caused this problem when the voice was directed to the head set,so after directing it back to speakers,all is well again. Just wanted to post the solution in case it's useful. Thanks. Dennis
  12. Hello. I have developed a problem. When using MCE along with PFE as I have done for a long time , when I am taxing to the runway,following the nice verbal directions from the PFE taxi guide feature. when I reach the holding point and am told to contact tower,FSX goes to the task bar,and I am looking at the desk top. It has never done this before. If I don't use MCE,all is well. and everything continues on as normal,but with MCE active, I get this "crash" to the task bar. I have installed new graphics and sound drivers,and re installed both MCE and PFE, but it has made no difference. Have you any idea what could be causing this? I have been trying to figure this out all day,but I have run out of ideas. Hope you can help me. Thanks. Dennis WIN 7 64 bit MY COMPUTER Intel Core i7 4790K Haswell Quad core 4.0Hz LGA 1150 Corsair HX series HX850 850W EVGA GTX 970 4GB ASUS Z97 Pro Gamer LGA 1150 MOBO Corsair H100i Water cooling 240 mm (120 x 2) WD Black WD1003FZEX 1 TB 7200 RPM Hard drive PNY Optima SSD7SC480GOPT-RB 480 GB SATA 111 Rosewill RNX-N250PCCa WiFi adapter Corsair Vengence Pro 16 GB (2X8GB) RAM ASUS DVD Writer black SATA DRW-24F1ST-OEM (X2) DELL 34 ultra wide DELL 24
  13. willywonka. My first time posting screen shots. The first one is with SMP at high overcast setting and the second one is at low.posting screen shots.Hope it works
  14. willywonka. I have set my sky max pro settings back to low overcast,but I have not encountered this grey band yet. If I do I will take a screen shot and then change the settings back to high to see if that fixes it,but until then it just may be a coincidence. I will post back if get this grey band again. Dennis
  15. Hi Guys. I had this a few weeks ago and it turned out to be my SkyMax Pro setting "Overcast quality" was set to low. I changed it to high and the grey bar was replaced with some wonderful overcast. I think medium will work too.Give it a try if you are using SMP. Dennis
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