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  1. Ubbi

    How to brake.

    if you use a button for "hold brakes regular" and push this button while engage the parking brake via the normal X-Plane command it should work! You need to hold the brakes (with rudder pedals or with button) while engaging the parking brake (with button or with knob in VC)
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    CTD with X-plane 11.34 and TBM 1.1.9

    Thanks for your hard work! After installing my GPU completely new with the newest driver (uninstalled completely with DDU before) i can't reproduce the crash at the moment... If the crash happens again, i will try without my plugins to see which one is causing the problem...
  3. Ubbi

    CTD with X-plane 11.34 and TBM 1.1.9

    Now will try again with updated (new) drivers...
  4. Ubbi

    CTD with X-plane 11.34 and TBM 1.1.9

    Hi, just ran into the same problem... first flight on XP 11.34. Otherwise nothing changed... i do have only one monitor. Log.txt TBM900_Log.txt
  5. Ubbi

    [SOLVED] Can't disengage brakes

    Hi, i changed my pedals lately. And coudn't use the breaks also! First i had some saitek rudder-pedals with breaks on each pedal. But i was switching to new helicopter-pedals without any break on them. I guess X-Plane keeps the old settings for each controller (once plugged) stored into the preference files. This is something good because if you want to change some controllers (i do have an Saitek Cessna Yoke for Planes and an Komodosim Stick for Helicopters) you can just plug one out and the other in. X-Plane just remembers all buttons and axis per controller. It may be true that your custom code tries to reads the X-Plane controller input but only looks at the axis x-plane did first bind to the brakes (even if this controller is unplugged)? In my conclusion X-Plane can assign many axis to breaks and does not delete this bindings if you unplug this controller. This may be the problem with the breaks. Some workaround for your custom code could be to watch all axis with breaks assigned and only uses the highest value... After deleting all joystick preferences and all custom per plane preferences i did recalibrate inside X-Plane and set up all my buttons again and now the TBM behaves as it should! Regards and a big thank for this great plane!! Philip
  6. Ubbi

    I have a dream.

    Hi Benjamin, i think there are not many people here at these forums that do understand "moin"... But from me (as an real "Ostfriese") you get an big MOIN, MOIN back! Philip
  7. Ubbi

    Weather on the right PFD

    You have the "show clickspots" in X-Plane enabled! Sometimes this options are changed after an X-Plane update. You have to uncheck this option in the X-Plane settings...
  8. Ubbi

    IMPORTANT Autopilot issues fix

    XPUIPC is working fine with the IXEG for a long time now... (as Jan stated right above your post! We are at version 1.0.7 now and there was a XPUIPC update to work with IXEG 1.0.0 (!!) and then the IXEG update since version 1.0.1 to work with the new and old XPUIPC version)
  9. But you can assign all the numpad numbers for this views and "cycle" through your numpad keys...
  10. Ubbi

    Can't see ident of VOR

    As far as i can see: All right in you picture. Where is the problem for you? It seems you are not close enough to the NDB1... so you are not receiving it...
  11. Do you mean the LOC or the GS? If it does not capture the LOC: maybe you did not turn in the right course?
  12. Ubbi

    Shadows and FLCH

    Or do you just have some chanced Skytextures (Skycolours)? I did use the Aerosoft Skytools and had some problems with changing lights in Cockpit if the Weather changes. After going back to the default X-Plane Skycolours all went fine. (I did keep the Skytools-Clouds.. they do make no troubles for me at this time...)
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    Bug Report

    Ich glaub, er meint einfach "Erbsenzähler"...
  14. However a tipp for all guys/girls: you can safe you old preferences and copy and paste all your assignments with a editor like notepad++. When resetting the prefs i do keep the X-Plane Calibration.prf and X-Plane.prf in a separate folder. After deleting the prefs and rebooting X-Plane i replace the X-Plane Calibration.prf file with my old one. Then i open the new X-Plane.prf in notepad++ and replace all the _joy... lines with the lines from my old pref file. So i don't have to assign them all again. If you do want to keep your keypad buttons too you have to keep the X-Plane Keys.prf file too and replace the key assignment inside the new file...