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Hello, I'd like to ask you a question about the ixeg 737 ! When I have XPUIPC running on xplane 11 it is locking my throttle levers on the idle position and the only way for me to make them move is by engaging the auto-throttle. Do anyone have an idea on what to do about that ? Thanks a lot for your answers all. Have a great day !
I was trying to find a place where the latest version of XPUIPX can be downloaded, but the only place were websites point to - www.tosi-online.de - seems to be not reachable. Do others have the samen experience ? Kind regards, Bram
Hi guys, I was wondering if anyone can help a big issue that I'm really struggling with... I've found that EFASS Plug-ins XPUIPC and XPSM seem to interfere with the SASL internal plug-in files found in: JARDesign A320neo, FlightFactor 757-200, FlyJSim Dash 8 Q400. When I load up X-Plane for the first time, without any EFASS plugins, the SASL plugins work perfectly. After installing EFASS with the XPUIPC and XPSM plug-ins, I get an instant 'not responding, had to shutdown error' everytime I try to reload an aircraft that requires SASL. I've managed to use a work around, but I feel it still has problems. I can create a new folder with the core SASL infomation in Resources>Plugins and delete all remaining SASL information (except the 'data' folder and 'OpenAL32.dll') in each aircraft folder. Has anyone got any idea why this is happening? I have changed X-Plane's folder properties and security settings to allow all users to access all files with the correct permissions. I am running X-Plane 10.30b with the latest EFASS (updated yesterday on 14.06.2014 and have tried many previous versions too with X-Plane 10.22 and X-Plane 10.25 -- the same thing happens ) Any help would be massively appreciated! Many thanks Pete (ZuluKiloXP) (I have submitted a log where the SASL folder is in the correct place in the aircraft folder and what happens if I try to reload the aircraft) Log.txt