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  1. A2A ground steering P3D v4.2

    Fixed it. I unwound it and did it up again. Uninstalled all A2A planes. Re-installed one, did the accu-sim update, and modded the add-ons.cfg file as instructed by the A2A site. Re-installed the rest (after the first was working) and the accu-sim update and the add-ons.cfg file. My trouble may have started with me moving the A2A planes after first P3Dv4.2 did not show them in aircraft selection. (The add-ons.cfg mod fixes that.) If you haven't muddied the water like myself... the A2A work around is to edit the add-ons.cfg file in the hidden folder likely on your C: drive C:\ProgramData\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4\add-ons.cfg In the file, you want to remove the slash at the end... change this... PATH=F:\Users\yourpcname\Documents\Prepar3D v4 Add-ons\A2A\ to this... PATH=F:\Users\yourpcname\Documents\Prepar3D v4 Add-ons\A2A NOTE: your drive letter may vary ~Fess
  2. A2A ground steering P3D v4.2

    Nick, Just tried the Accu-Sim update, no dice. Might have to wait for a new Accu-Sim update. Or it could be just me :-P I had to go and early adopt. Nope, couldn't wait a few weeks. ~Fess
  3. It seems the A2A ground steering issue that some had with the 4.1 upgrade is back with 4.2, it is at least for me. At first I tried just the client upgrade. Comanche wont steer on ground, like dragging a broken nose wheel with rudder only. Uninstalled p3d and did a full re-install with 4.2. Problem still there. I do not have EZDOK, which was responsible for some of the 4.1 issues that others had. Anyone else have it? Its only the A2A planes of mine. PMDG 737 is fine. ~Fess