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Coop

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  1. From the image included on the support ticket you sent, the autopilot was sent to Heading mode. Make sure the GTN CDI is set to GPS, and the Autopilot is set to NAV for it to follow the GTN.
  2. That would be a signal something has gone critically wrong with the engine and those cylinders have failed/are failing. On the ground, you can overhaul the engine through the maintenance menu under the SR22 dialog.
  3. For most future updates, starting with the current updates that have begun testing (SR2X G1000 1.4.0 and SR2X Entegra 1.2.0) we will begin opening public beta access beyond just our Discord, but will additionally provide access to our customers here. To join the beta, fill out the request form here and we'll get you added as soon as we can. Details on the current beta: SR20/22 G1000 1.4.0: - Improved maintenance system with expanded procedures and more detailed readouts to distinguish between states and mechanic actions. - Physics model improvements including addressing the starting behaviors by addressing issues in the fuel priming logic. - 3D overhaul for windows and ice visualization system (IVS), which looks much better and should increase sim performance! - Proper Instrument Brightness Knob Behavior with G1000 Screen Dimming See the full current changelog for 1.4.0 here: https://torques.im/SZzJ12 SR20/22 Entegra 1.2.0: - Improved maintenance system with expanded procedures and more detailed readouts to distinguish between states and mechanic actions. - Physics model improvements including addressing the starting behaviors by addressing issues in the fuel priming logic. - 3D overhaul for windows and ice visualization system (IVS), which looks much better and should increase sim performance! See the full current changelog for 1.2.0 here: https://torques.im/2p93Jn
  4. There is not; at this time the IFD app is not supported due to how it is implemented.
  5. Hi Tony, The default blank paint that is loaded by X-Plane by default does not support custom tail numbers, as it isn't a "livery" and there are some technical differences in how it is loaded. Pick a livery in the X-Plane menu and then you should be able to set the tail number from the menu.
  6. Adding the G500 into the 3D cockpit without access to the source Blender objects can be very tricky depending on how the aircraft is setup. Adding as popups is very simple, just run the per-aircraft installer that is automatically included when you install the G500.
  7. There is no GPU modeled at this time
  8. From the log.txt, it appears you aren't signed into your X-Aviation account in Gizmo. There should be a popup window prompting for your sign-in credentials, but sometimes can be hidden on multi-monitor installs. If you aren't seeing the sign-in dialog, temporarily remove all other monitors except your primary monitor and launch X-Plane.
  9. The imbalance advisory shows when the difference between takes is approximately 8 gallons. (Note, here the difference shows to be 7 gallons, but would be higher due to rounding showing on this display)
  10. We've believed we've got it locked down on the cause, we aim to roll out a new beta of the SR2X's later this week. If you aren't on our discord already, you can join at torques.im/discord, instructions to get access to the public beta will be posted when it is ready to test.
  11. Hi Fred, Can you send your log.txt file from after loading the aircraft? Did you update through Navigraph or Aerosoft?
  12. From the log.txt, it appears the aircraft validation file isn't able to download the validation file from our CDN server (https://cdn.torques.im/active/sr/sr_ent_active.lic). This is most likely due to one of the other plugins you are using not releasing their network connection preventing us from establishing the download. Try temporarily removing your plugins to see if the problem is resolved. The most likely cause is 124thATC64 as we've seen it occur with that once before, but it could be a different plugin if that doesn't fix it.
  13. I'm not sure on the drivers, unless there is something specific with the current drivers, I'd probably recommend the latest drivers. I'm DMing you a file to test with to see if it fixes the issue.
  14. With the latest G5 installed, and the latest M20 installed, do the copy and install the patch files to make the Ovation II G5. Then, run the G5 Aircraft installer on the Ovation II G5 folder to add the G5 plugin. Then add g5.cfg that I attached above into the Ovation II G5 folder. If that doesn't work, send over the log.txt and I'll take a look.
  15. Are you able to record a video of this? Something to try, in X-Plane 11/Output/SR22, delete the contents of that folder to reset the physics model in case something got messed up there.
  16. You appear to be on an old version of the M20 PB that no longer activates. You can re-run the installer from X-Aviation to install the latest version of the M20 Collection. Once installed, since the latest G5 versions now have the g5.cfg file live in the aircraft's folder themselves, not nested inside the aircraft/plugins/g5/settings, you can place the attached g5.cfg file in C:\X-Plane 11/Aircraft/X-Aviation/M20 Collection/M20R Ovation II G5/ g5.cfg
  17. To pan the map, first press the center of the push-pan knob to enter pan mode. Then you can use the up/down/left/right controls to slew the map.
  18. If you aren't seeing it with just one monitor connected, I believe there is an option to re-collect Windows under Plugins->Gizmo64, but @Ben Russell would know more.
  19. Hi Paul, Taking a look at the log, there are two things going on. The log shows you not logged into Gizmo (which handles activation of the G5). Sign in via the signup dialog. If it isn't showing, try temporarily unplugging all monitors except for your main X-Plane monitor and signing in, then reattaching them The G5 doesn't appear to be installed for this aircraft. You need to run the G5 per-aircraft installer on each aircraft you wish to use the aircraft with. In the main X-Plane folder, there should be a "G5 Aircraft Installer" which is installed after running the main G5 installer from the X-Aviation website. Running the G5 Aircraft Installer, select the aircraft of interest (C:\newSteam\steamapps\common\X-Plane 11\Aircraft/Laminar Research/Carenado Archer_II_v3.2/, based on what I am seeing in your log file).
  20. 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?
  21. Nothing was changed in relation to the CDI with this version, we have this bug as something to look into.
  22. Ok, I checked into this, as you had the old version installed, you'll need to run the per-aircraft installer once with this new version. We now save where you run the installer, so for future updates, it should update automatically.
  23. The RSG G500 hardware is coming soon, but it auto-pops to the RSG G1000s currently.
  24. Did you download the fresh G5 installer from the X-Aviation website and run that? From the log it appears you are still running G5 v1.2 (a very old version and no longer supported)
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