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Balint Szarka

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  1. It’s RAAS that causes the issue. Head over to the FS2CREW forum where the developer describes how to resolve this issue. Unfortunately I can’t point you to the correct post but you should find it in the 777 sub forum I believe 😉 What I did is removed the RAAS folder to disable RAAS completely. It’s pretty useless anyways even with the correct and up to date database I’d say... Hope you’ll have it resolved soon 😊
  2. And also since the last time they had their forum down for maintenance (like a week ago) they have implemented mobile view for their forum that I don’t remember seeing beforehand. Maybe a sign of trying to be a lot more customer focused? 🤔😃
  3. While I have not performed particular test flights to prove this this however I strongly believe that the auto save function does impact P3D. I only fly PMDG aircraft and I can clearly see a split second pause when it saves. Obviously disabling the auto save does solve it however I am then left without the auto save function. I only wish there was an alternative for saving automatically without the use of FSUIPC as I don't use any other functions...
  4. Yes, it is not a “cloud detector” however when there is clearly a thunderstorm in front of you (stated by the METAR) and yet it is not shown then it is just simply wrong.
  5. I’ve also noticed of not having any wx returns when obviously there was a TCU right in front of me. No matter the A/C or developer. I believe there is still some kind of a limitation with TrueSky.
  6. First, make sure you enable showing extensions in file explorer in Windows. Once you did, rename Hazards.bgl to for example Hazards.bgl.OFF and just leave it there. P3D won’t read it as it is no longer a bgl file so it can’t. That should do the trick.
  7. @fs1 I have just sent you the email with the logs. Kind regards, Balint
  8. I will do that and send them once I have them. Thanks. Also, in the mean time what I did is I removed the second <Airport> entries to ensure it isn't what is causing the app hangs. Not sure whether I could have two airports in there simultaneously.
  9. Hey Federico @fs1 I am having some issues with the program. It seem to cause CTD with no faulting module. While I can not pin point that it is surely ATCAPI that is causing the AppHang however I am confident that it most likely the reason. It seems to occur either during taxi out or during taxi in on the arrival airport. It has happened so far on all my flights. Either departing or arriving into my destination. Here is the even report: Fault bucket , type 0 Event Name: AppHangB1 Response: Not available Cab Id: 0 Problem signature: P1: Prepar3D.exe P2: P3: 5fb44f72 P4: 2144 P5: 134217728 P6: P7: P8: P9: P10: I haven't tried to fly without it because it has become a vital part of my flying habits to have it on as it provides realistic operations - I am mostly flying in the US. This last crash happened on arrival into KORD RWY10R. Here is my config file as it looked like then: <?xml version='1.0' encoding='utf-8' ?> <Parameters> <Airport> <ICAO>KFLL</ICAO> <ActiveTakeOffRunway> <Runway>R10L</Runway> <Probability>0.5</Probability> </ActiveTakeOffRunway> <ActiveTakeOffRunway> <Runway>R10R</Runway> <Probability>0.5</Probability> </ActiveTakeOffRunway> <ActiveLandingRunway> <Runway>R10L</Runway> <Probability>0.5</Probability> </ActiveLandingRunway> <ActiveLandingRunway> <Runway>R10R</Runway> <Probability>0.5</Probability> </ActiveLandingRunway> </Airport> <Airport> <ICAO>KORD</ICAO> <ActiveTakeOffRunway> <Runway>R09C</Runway> <Probability>0.5</Probability> </ActiveTakeOffRunway> <ActiveTakeOffRunway> <Runway>R10L</Runway> <Probability>0.5</Probability> </ActiveTakeOffRunway> <ActiveLandingRunway> <Runway>R09L</Runway> <Probability>0.3</Probability> </ActiveLandingRunway> <ActiveLandingRunway> <Runway>R10C</Runway> <Probability>0.4</Probability> </ActiveLandingRunway> <ActiveLandingRunway> <Runway>R10R</Runway> <Probability>0.3</Probability> </ActiveLandingRunway> </Airport> <enableFastTakeOffs>1</EnableFastTakeOffs> <allowTakeOffDistance>6000</AllowTakeOffDistance> <taxiSpeedLimiter>30</TaxiSpeedLimiter> <runwayTaxiSpeed>60</runwayTaxiSpeed> <enableRollthenTakeOff>1</enableRollthenTakeOff> <minCrossingRny>4000</minCrossingRny> <isGUIVisible>1</isGUIVisible> <voidTimer>1000</voidTimer> <TaxiSeparationMultiplier>1.8</TaxiSeparationMultiplier> </Parameters> I am available to help to find out the reason if you want me to Kind regards, Balint
  10. There was no official announcement on this even I just only found the developer replying to someone by mistake. Here it is: https://www.fsaerodata.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=559
  11. Oh yes I have been using the combination of them for years. Initially started with PFPX but unfortunately Aerosoft has kind of abandoned the program... For about two or three years I have been using Simbrief so I am aware of planning software / websites. Aivlasoft is great however it's not my cup of tea. Maybe it is me unable to get my thought / point across the internet. Let me link a picture in here about an iPad application used by airlines out there. Obviously there are many apps and solutions used by various airlines. My airlines isn't using this particular one: The reason I wrote here is to see whether this can be done on a PC using any sort of program out there I may not be aware of. Just to reiterate I am not looking for planning software but a program in which I could assign that certain lines or text boxes could have some smart functions like adding the Actual Fuel Used inputted by the user together as an example. But of course to try to achieve more than that.
  12. Thanks for your comment 😉 However I think I was misunderstood. I am looking into options of trying to achieve a paperless electronic flight plan solution where entering the departure time, fuel etc will get automatically calculated. I know such does not exist in flight sim world yet and that’s what I was considering making it either with Adobe or with some other programs, hence I wrote on here to see if anyone is aware of such programs even if it wasn’t intended for flight sim.
  13. Hi everyone, I have been thinking a lot recently about creating an eFPL using either Adobe's solution of fillable documents, or some other programs to create a template of some kind that could then be applied on a single type of flight plan format to calculate things as: fuel over waypoint based on the entered block fuel, times and such things. However I hit a rock right in the beginning of this great idea. I don't see how on earth I could even create a template that would fit an ever-changing environment where the numbers and waypoints and times and fuel values are all variable and based on that calculate anything. So this is how I ended up writing here on Avsim to see whether there are any people here with great ideas on what program that can be used to create a template that would look for certain things and based on that calculate anything. I think you got my point of what I am trying to achieve. As I am working as a Cabin Crew I have got my best best friend as an FO and he has shown me many times his electronic flight plan and how things work on it. Obviously I won't be able to achieve such a solution as that's on an iPad and I (while have learned programming back in High School - very basic stuff) won't be able to achieve that kind of automation in calculations. So if anyone's got any idea, whatever it be like please feel free to comment as I am very curious about it, and obviously I have a huge amount of time to kill these days as I am temporarily laid off for months. Thanks
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