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  1. The g5.cfg should go into the aircraft root directory, not inside the G5 plugin (this is what we are switching to, so updating wouldn't have the same issues where the old config file could get wiped out. Try placing the g5.cfg file I provided where the automatic generated one is now located. That should hopefully get it working!
  2. You can try the attached g5.cfg, using the 1.2.0 version of the G5 plugin copied from the Islander. This g5.cfg should go in the M20R Ovation II G5 folder. g5.cfg
  3. Putting key in ignition switch: afm/sr/cmd/panel/keyPositionIn And removing key: afm/sr/cmd/panel/keyPositionOut
  4. When you load the C172 G5, what isn't working? In order to debug what is going on, we will need you to send us a copy of the X-Plane log.txt file. You can find a guide to get this file here: How to find the X-Plane log.txt file?
  5. Further additions to the Entegra -- Airspaces, Airways, and Highways!
  6. Yup, it is turned on by us in the acf file itself, the switch box in X-Plane doesn't affect this aircraft
  7. What a beautiful flight Can't beat Molokai and Maui
  8. Currently the G5 that ships with the manual installer is an older version compared to the Islander. You can copy the G5 from the Islander's plugin folder and replace the one in the M20 folder. With the 1.2 update (that ships with the Islander), the "acfConfig.cfg" file that was inside G5/settings, is now "g5.cfg" and lives in the base of the installed aircraft directory. Copying that file out of the M20's plugins/G5/settings folder would ensure you keep the same integration.
  9. In order to debug what is going on, we will need you to send us a copy of the X-Plane log.txt file. You can find a guide to get this file here: How to find the X-Plane log.txt file? Regarding flight school mode, that only works with default aircraft in X-Plane to my knowledge.
  10. I would recommend trying to turn down the texture resolution. The SR22 uses a lot of VRAM, and when combined with high res textures, there is a likelihood you are running out of VRAM.
  11. The Pocket Rocket has significantly higher resolution textures and mesh compared to those default aircraft. You could turn down the X-Plane graphics settings and/or texture settings to see if that improves it.
  12. @DeadZone44Please send a screenshot of your Graphic settings, the log.txt file, and what the average FPS is (a rolling average is displayed on the left hand side menu that shows when your mouse is on the left edge of the screen). Something is definitely wrong if its unflyable. I mainly use a MacBook Pro laptop (Radeon 5500M graphics) and I am running at ~45-60fps. Your specs seem to be far above any sort of minimum, definitely way above what I am running on.
  13. I believe this is a current bug with the SVS system and X-Plane's handling of waypoints, its been forwarded on to the SVS developer.
  14. The commands are only loaded into X-Plane while the plane is currently loaded. Perhaps you are going to joystick settings from the main X-Plane page? Try loading the M20, then assigning the commands. Hopefully that should work!
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