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<problem solved> Hello pilots, I have a strange problem with my IVAO IVAP client in combination with FSUIPC5103 "Press the key to be sent when you press this button" feature in P3DV4. Let my try to explain: I configured a few buttons on my joysticks (yoke and HOTAS Warthog) via the FSUIPC "Buttons + Switches" tab and the option "Press the key to be sent when you press this button". A specific example is a button that when pressed should output the "S" corresponding the keyboard "S" for this explame to P3D view switching. This works perfect in P3D until I start the Ivao IVAP client. The functions stops working the minute I start the IVAP client (ivap_dllhost). All other functionalies like joystick use, throttle assignment etc all woks fine. Even in the same FSUIPC tab "Buttons + Swtches" the option "select for FS control" in combination with "control sent when button pressed" works fine. But not the option "Press the key to be sent when you press this button". When looking in FSUIPC "Buttons + Switches" tab I do see that when pressing the joystick button the function works. So the button works fine but the "function" is just blocked in the simulator by IVAP because it will not do what is programmed for. When I close IVAP via the windows task manager the function "Press the key to be sent when you press this button" works again. So its a combination of the specific option in FSUIPC and IVAO IVAP. The problem is that I configured a button on my yoke via the first option "Press the key to be sent when you press this button" to configure the "0" key on my keyboard that relates to Teamspeak push to talk key. This options, as mentioned above stops working the minute I start IVAP. I configured IVAP via the following manual: https://flightsimeindhoven.wordpress.com/category/knowledge-base/ivao-ivac-ivap/ Please note that IVAP works fine (flights are tracked by tracker). I also have FSX Steam installed and have no problems at all with the above settings. Does anyone experiance the same problem? Is there a workaround to configure the "push to talk" option from Teamspeak to a joystick button without the use of the "Press the key to be sent when you press this button" option in FSUIPC? Or a solution overall? Thank you for your help! Mike
Hello pilots I have a strange problem. I fly p3dv4 online via the IVAO network but have the problem when getting to close to an other online plane (IVAO player) p3d crashes to desktop (menus.dll error). This happens all the time. (a reboot of P3d and or PC does not fix this). Situation: I see the online plane (in this case from a friend of mine), no problem at all but as soon as I get in the near neighborhood of his plane (for example when on departure line up behind) my p3dv4 crashes to windows 10 desktop. I reinstalled the MTL files no solution. I uninstalled IVAP and did a fresh install of IVAP (latest version) and downloaded the MTL files again no solution. It still crashes when getting to close to other aircraft. (crash detection in P3DV4 is off). Avatar modes on or of is no solution. I use a registered version FSUIPC 5. I just do not understand why the sim works fine, I see the online (ivao) traffic but only when getting to close I have a CTD. Looks like it has something to do with the distance to another plane. Switching planes from my side (standard P3Dv4 plane and or PMDG 737 is no solution) My friend on the other side switching plane is no solution. Choosing a different MTL file in IVAP is no solution. Does anyone else have this problem also? I could use some help on this. Thank you all already for support. Regards Mike.
Hello fellow aviators, Yesterday I had to reinstall my P3DV4 due to a issue with windows update, this topic is not about that update. I've reinstalled IVAO and the MTL with it, however, when I add the following lines to the simobjects.cfg P3D crashes and startup with a ntdll.dll error: [Entry.10] Title=IVAO MTL Path=SimObjects\IVAO_MTL Required=True Active=True Does anyone know how to solve this issue? Regards, Erik Schlijper