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  1. I found the issue. I have a high end mother board from ASUS and the audio drivers came with a program called Sonic Studio. I merely closed this software in the task bar and P2A works as intended. Everything else in my setup was just fine, just this one little program running was the issue.
  2. I have the same issue, absolutely zero speech picked up by my microphone in P2A, but it works in every other application I have ever used, Your software is faulty.
  3. Sim is connected, flight plan is validated and filed, PTT button is working. When I try to request clearance I get no response. I tried the listen function and P2ATC is not picking up my voice at all. This mic works fine in every other game I have and is properly set up. What am I missing here? Program is useless for me like this. Even the sayit isnt working for clearance.
  4. Ok, so I create a flight plan in P2ATC and then export it in .fms format to xplane11/output/fmsplans. This part seems to work fine. Then I start XP11 and the Zibo 738 and enter the DEPDEST. into the coroute section of the FMC. The plan supposedly loads and I click activate. Then I go to the legs page and there is nothing there, nothing at all. If I use PFPX to plan my flight it saves in the same output/fmsplans folder and works fine. Are the flight plans created using P2ATC not compatible with the Zibo for some reason or am I missing something? At this point I have to create a plan in PFPX, import that plan into P2ATC, add SID/STARS, and then NOT export into XP11 fmsplans folder, since if I overwrite the PFPX plan the file exported by P2ATC does not work. It would be nice to be able to use only P2ATC for flight planning but currently this is impossible. Any advice on this issue is appreciated.
  5. I have been flight simming since flight simming was a thing. I have used many payware add-ons including the Level D 767(an add-on that actually gets the 767 right) and PMDG aircraft. I assure you there was no error on my part. Every other aircraft for Xplane works just fine regarding A/T and auto brakes, the FF aircraft does not. Support was awful, the store owner was awful, and I will not be going back there again. There is activation required on these add-ons, so you can't just buy them, get a refund and continue using them. I am using XP 11.01, I doubt anyone using this aircraft with that version is not having trouble of some sort. If it works for you, good, so glad to hear it. I also have the JARDesign A330, and it works just fine, minus a few minor bugs that don't ruin my landings and ability to taxi in.
  6. Hello everyone! I just recently converted over to X-plane from FSX, and it wasn't easy leaving all those add-ons behind! But it was time to begin anew with X-plane 11. The sim feels great, and looks great, however the add-on developers for XP are few. So few that there is almost no competition for quality payware aircraft, if you want a certain plane there is usually only one developer that has what you want. And here begins my horror story of awful support, rude website owners, and just general amazement at how poorly I have been treated by certain a certain Xplane developer and the Xplane.or site owner. I purchased the Flight Factor 767 from the X-plane.org store, and boy do I wish I had not! The aircraft seemed to work OK, until final approach. Then, once the A/T was "disconnected", the throttles went nuts fluctuating wildly from full to zero thrust all the way down to landing. Then once the inevitably hard landing was made and thrust reverse was applied(had issues with this as well but I managed a serviceable work-around) once it was disconnected the throttles moved to MAX forward thrust and stayed that way, no matter what I did with the throttles. Ok, I send the FF support staff a ticket describing my issue. They then respond by telling me to map commands for the wheel brakes... A command that has nothing to do with thrust. Then they tell me to map the reverse to a button, which not being a complete moron I had already done. I was baffled by the lack of help, and general poor knowledge of its own aircraft displayed by FF support. I am not the only one to experience broken throttle behavior in this aircraft, I can assure you that. I decided at that point to request a refund, the developer was clearly incapable of solving my problem, let alone even understanding it. Now it gets really good. Then the developer actually accused me of trying to commit fraud! I already paid them $65 for their product and they now accuse me of trying to steal it! Why do I want your broken product, that after hours in the sim completely takes a dump on approach and landing, completely ruining the experience? So instead of offering any useful help and admitting there is a problem with the aircrafts throttles in the current release version of XPlane, they accuse me of theft. To add icing on top of that word not allowed sundae the owner of the X-plane.org site sent me a message saying they would refund my money for the 767 and to never use the store there again! What?! Apparently if you have problems with Xplane add-ons you should just shut-up and take it. Of course it works fine they said, well, no it doesn't. If you think I want to waste time trying to make a faulty aircraft work, and emailing back and forth to a developer that clearly thinks its customers are the problem and not its product then you are sorely mistaken. I will most certainly be looking elsewhere for future purchases. Anyhow, I just thought the community here should be made aware of my terrible experience with the Flight Factor 767, the awful manner in which support for the add-on was handled, and the awful attitude of the x-plane.org owner who is clearly deeply in bed with this developer. Stay FAR FAR away from the Flight Factor products, maybe they work fine for you, but if they don't you are gonna be treated awful and find no solutions from FF support or X-plane.org. Be very, very, careful what add-ons you purchase, do your research very diligently before you buy, and DO NOT under any circumstances buy from the Xplane.org store! Stick to sim-market, FS Pilot shop, Flight one, Flight sim store, Aerosoft. I have NEVER in many years of simming been treated as poorly by these vendors as I have been over the course of two weeks by X-plane.org. Had to get that out there. I hope I can help someone avoid going through this in the future, be very wary of what developers you support in XPlane everyone!
  7. I am getting this whenever I try to start the Ops Center: An exception has occured! Please contact PMDG support by submitting a ticket at http://support.precisionmanuals.com for help with resolving this issue. Press "Copy to clipboard" below and then paste the information into your support ticket. Additionally, a log file has been created at: c:\users\nebula\appdata\roaming\pmdg\pmdg operations center\PMDG Operations Center.log Please attach this file to better help us fix this issue. The application will now exit. 01/23/17 07:12:01 Exception: Access Violation at 0x0 00AB0000 C:\Program Files (x86)\PMDG Operations Center\PMDG Operations Center.exe +0001215D (AD9D68, AD6324, AC3CDC) 00AB0000 C:\Program Files (x86)\PMDG Operations Center\PMDG Operations Center.exe +000150A8 (1, AC4640, 1) 764F0000 C:\Windows\syswow64\USER32.dll +000162FA (602BC, 110, E022C) 764F0000 C:\Windows\syswow64\USER32.dll +0003F9BF (AC4640, 602BC, 110) 764F0000 C:\Windows\syswow64\USER32.dll +0003F765 (0, AC4640, 602BC) 764F0000 C:\Windows\syswow64\USER32.dll +0002E744 (DB0660, 0, 110) 764F0000 C:\Windows\syswow64\USER32.dll +000162FA (602BC, 110, E022C) Is there a fix for this? Thanks
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