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  1. Dai Infor as requested <Section Name="DirectionalGyro.B314"> <Property Name="LatNut1" Value="0.7330381333"/> <Property Name="LatNut2" Value="0.7679447111"/> <Property Name="LatNut3" Value="0.9424776000"/> </Section>
  2. Dai. I sent off an email to Sode last night but 24 hours later they have not replied yet. I'll do that extra test over the weekend and let you have the file. Ian
  3. Hi Gaab Thanks for the suggestion re the virus excludes. I have my whole Flight Sim Drive excluded but not the files in the hidden parts of C:. I'll have a look at those and try to add them. Ian
  4. Hello Dai As Peter said above and having done several hours and several flights now in the latest version I am still having one or two issues. The main one is that every 10 to 15 minutes something triggers the Gyropilot Servo to disengage. The lever returns to the off position along with the instrument and Nav light switches, the Autosym Contactor changes from Generator to Dynamotor and the Mixture locking bar disappears, The mixture leavers remain where they were. Also as all this happens the follow up card in the Gyro display centres on 180 degrees every time. I have to very quickly move the Follow up card back to match the Directional Card before the pressue rebuilds in the system otherwise it's good night as the aircraft banks away as it tries to steer to the new course. If I'm quick enough in re-energising the system the elevator holds OK but I do get a 500ft up down movement untill it settles again. I did think it was because I set all my flight controls, throttle and rudder through FSUIPC but as an experiment I temporally deleated FSUIPC from my system, went back and reset everything through the default P3D controls but unfortunatly the results were the same. I then uninstalled the B314 once again including all the registry enteries I could find, reinstalled as Admin with Anti Virus turned off, still the same results, and this is where I am up to. Apart from this I can report the radio's are now working for me as they should and I now understand how and when the tractor and wheels appear so thank's for that, Several small issues still remain that you proberly already know about namely, the working lights at the Navigation and Radio stations are labeled wrongly. The lights are on when the switch off and vice versa. The tool tip display as you hover over the rudder knob gives the recripical of the heading your trying to set and I think there is some kind of texture issue with the passenger signals. The wording seems to not line up with what's underneath. I'd be up for a discord chat if you think that would help. I could share my screen and try and get to the bottom of this. Once again I join the rest of the 314 community in thanking you for the work you are doing in bringing this up to the standard I'm sure you and Stefan want to see. Regards Ian
  5. Dai A few of my earlier issues have now been resovled thanks to your previous responce, namely the tractor issue and being very gentle with the Gyropilot controls. However I am still getting some Rudder and Elevator jitter. https://youtu.be/M0mrE2Xjx1s I made sure I was straight and level but as you can see in the clip the rudder is moving left and right with the occasional elevator up and down. Also every now and then the Servo Engagement Lever switches itself off and the upper card in the Directional Gyro Control Unit centes on 180 degrees. Also as this happens the instrument and nav lights turn off. More testing later but thats it for now. Further Thoughts? Ian
  6. Hello Dai New version downloaded and installed. (As admin, anti virus turned off) I have noticed a few issues and recorded a video to show what I'm seeing. Here is a link to an edited version. https://youtu.be/CQilcxeKF84 Loaded in with engines running at Botwood. You will see the wheel dolly still attached, jitters on the elevator and rudder, general gyropilot instability including uncommanded depressurising of the system. . The ADF indent coming on even though the radios are turned off. After landing and everything switched off, aircraft still sailing along at great speed. with tractor out in front. As no one else has these issues it maybe something local with me. Have a look and let me know your thoughts. Regards Ian
  7. Hello Dai Been Two days since you released the new version. Do you know when Stefan will make the file available in the downloads section of the Pilot's website? I'm checking every hour but if it's not going to be for a while I can relax a bit. Thanks Ian
  8. Hello Dai Do those patch release notes apply to version 1.1 which was issued late January, or are we waiting for a further version to be released? Thanks Ian
  9. Hello Dai Thanks for the work you've done so far on bringing this bird alive. I'm looking forward to trying the new patch when it becomes available. One thing I did not see in the list above is anything about the flap operation from the VC. I can lower them using the Vc switch but they refuse to raise. Perhaps this can be addressed as well at some point. Thanks Ian
  10. Dutch1 did you find a solution for this issue as I am having the exact same problem? Thanks ian
  11. I can only echo what the guy's above have said. Looking forward to flying this again since that very dissapointing first week when we discovered all the issues. Thanks you Dai. Regards Ian
  12. Hi Taschmann I completely understand your point of view on this. I've also been voicing my thoughts since buying the product when it was released on day one. It's still not flyable but we now know why the fix's have been delayed. You have to understand that Dai may be one of the technical developers of the product but, and I may be wrong here, he was proberbly not responsible for publishing the aircraft in it's present state. I can not beleive anyone would knowingly publish the product with so many basic issues. Please forgive me if I'm speaking out of turn but I think your perfectly valid questions and points should really be addressed to Stefan Schäfer, the MD of Pilot's Software and the man ultimately responsible. Dai is doing his best to sort out the issues, do give him time and I'm sure we'll all get to enjoy what I've no doubt will become a fine aircraft and a staple of many of our collections.
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