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  1. HamSammich

    Disable Scrollwheel Zooming Option

    Sigh. And it's your other plane (another stone-cold masterpiece) that has the nice feature, so you of all people should see the need. I could also disable XPRealistic, so my camera doesn't move slightly. I could buy a bigger monitor and a higher-res mouse. I could learn Swedish and curse in two languages when I miss the click-spot, as far as that goes. It's an annoyance. Maybe not a big one, but an annoyance all the same, in what is the most obsessively-designed (And rendered) model I've ever flown. You're already nitpicking the AA on the synthetic vision, and coding your own navaid reception, and doing a million other obsessive things. As an obsessive, I'm asking other obsessives for just one more obsessive feature. (Biting my nails obsessively) Marshall (Or Sven, in Swedish)
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    Disable Scrollwheel Zooming Option

    For illustration of the necessity, look at Helipilot7's videos. The guy knows his way around aircraft, but using the G1000's knobs with XP's zooming enabled makes even a sure-handed pilot look clumsy.
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    Disable Scrollwheel Zooming Option

    Please ask him to. It's one of the little things that makes the LES SAAB more usable. In fact I'm utterly floored that everyone doesn't offer such an obvious and basic usability option. (Then again, nothing surprises me anymore.)
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    Disable Scrollwheel Zooming Option

    I'm less concerned about any replacement key combo for the scrolling as I am in being able to simply disable it.
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    Disable Scrollwheel Zooming Option

    Goran, Toto, As Goran knows, this is a compelling option on the LES 340A and would be most welcome on the TBM. There's nothing more annoying than slightly overshooting a click-spot and zooming instead of scrolling. Best, Marshall
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    [SOLVED] MFD showing no map

    More importantly, welcome to one hell of an airplane
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    [SOLVED] MFD showing no map

    Okay, deleting the entire output folder fixes the problem. I have no idea why.
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    [SOLVED] MFD showing no map

    I have not yet deleted my entire output folder, but I have discovered another workaround, and it may be helpful diagnostically. Reloading the plane and art fixes the problem for me--which I'm beginning to think has something to do with load-order or synchronization with XP's underlying G1000 code as it loads or perhaps as it's invoked by the TBM. It's just my dumbass gut instinct. The reload even fixes a corrupted PFD/MFD once it's happened, but it also seems to prevent it if done BEFORE flipping on the batteries on the TBM. Still broken, but now at least fixable. I'll also try the output folder fix and report back. Best, Marshall
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    PFD-MFD Map Corruption

    Afraid it didn't work for me. Glad it did for you. Marshall
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    PFD-MFD Map Corruption

    Good luck!
  11. HamSammich

    PFD-MFD Map Corruption

    I did. And rolled it back one. I’m a former OS and newsroom computer system beta tester, so I’ve seen weird. But it’s an ambitious piece of software, with many interactions. This is bound to happen sooner or later. BTW, the computer is pretty vanilla. Nvidia, intel 8700 and windows 10. The G1000 on the stock Cessna works fine
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    PFD-MFD Map Corruption

    Yup. And reloaded the plane. And loaded new airframes. And done all the superstitious stuff. At first it seemed I could reproduce the problem by switching on battery power before the standby instruments were fully loaded, and curing it by waiting. Turned out to be random chance. It even happens in the tutorial, on a virgin install
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    PFD-MFD Map Corruption

    Hi Goran, I certainly appreciate your 11.31 nightmare. Did as you asked. Squeaky-clean XP install. Zero plug-ins. Then just my Brunner yoke plug-in. The problem manifested itself after several successful flights both clean and with the Brunner. Then, after having totally, utterly and properly shut down the plane, I restarted XP, only to have the TBM come up with the panel lit up and the Garmin broken. I promptly deleted the yoke plugin, removed and reinstalled the TBM, but the problem persisted. Therefore I'm attaching three log.txt files. One is clean and working. The second is yoke plugin and busted. The third is, again, clean, reinstalled aircraft but still kaput. Best, Marshall Log_Working_Clean.txt Log_Broken_Yoke_Only.txt Log_Broken_Clean.txt
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    PFD-MFD Map Corruption

    This is serious stuff. Why no reply from Goran or Saso? Understanding you're scrambling to deal with the CTD with 11.31, but this is a showstopper, too.
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    PFD-MFD Map Corruption

    Hiya Toto, XP 11.31 Windows 10 TBM 1.14b SYMPTOM: MFD map doesn't appear. PFD map insets are corrupted--Screenshot attached. DIAGNOSIS: Checking my TBM900_Log.txt (also attached) reveals lines along this pattern: 2019-02-03 22:15:35 TBM900[navaiddb.c:512]: Error parsing C:\Users\marsh\Desktop\X-Plane 11\\Custom Scenery\Global Airports\Earth nav data\earth_nav.dat: malformed data on line 1051 WORKAROUND: Deleting the Global Airports folder, pulling a fresh one with XP installer, removing and reinstalling the TBM, fixes the problem. Until it recurs. Any ideas? Oh, and the plane CTDs when accessing the FPL, but I know this is a known bug and is being worked on. Otherwise (seriously) I'm truly impressed. It's an amazing beast. Marshall TBM900_Log.txt
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