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Ben Russell

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  1. Thanks for the email Greg. I received your Log.txt file and read it. The new version of Gizmo that the saab has installed isn't working for you because you're running an older version of macOS. You have the following choices.. 1. Upgrade your macOS version.. 2. Wait for an update to Gizmo that hopefully works on your older version of macOS. (It might not, I don't have an older mac to test with..) 3. Delete the new version of Gizmo64.plugin from your plugins folder. Rename "Gizmo64 2.plugin" in your plugins folder to Gizmo64.plugin so that it can work corr
  2. You seem to have an old version of Gizmo installed. Please stop messing around, let the Saab installer do it's job. Do not swap the plugins around when it's finished. If you need further help post a complete copy of Log.txt from your X-Plane folder. Screenshots and small slices of the Log.txt are not useful.
  3. Please try installing this: https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=746572
  4. So it's not ok for us to assume but it's ok for you to assume and throw around things like "You folks need to do better than this. " Walk the talk, man. I'll do better. I'll spend some time and figure out how to detect and block old operating systems so you get a hard error instead of a series of support time wasting errors that are harder to diagnose.
  5. What do you mean "manually" ? What are you trying to do?
  6. Your log file is full of this message: "1:53:54.175 E/NET: Socket write of 149 bytes returned 64" These messages are generated by X-Plane. I don't know why you have the X-Plane networking configured or why it's generating megabytes of useless noise. To turn it off: Open X-Plane Go to the top right corner of the window and select the Settings Icon. Go to the Network tab. In the bottom left corner of the Settings Window click the "Reset Networking Configuration" button. Accept the changes by clicking "Reset All Networking Configation" Clic
  7. The root cause is the TBM plugin not falling back to the old OpenGL calls. The TBM now _requires_ X-Plane 11.50+ There may also be other code in the TBM that also requires 11.50+
  8. You need to update to X-Plane 11.50+ The dataref causing the issue was introduced in 11.50 and gives us better drawing speed and higher FPS because there's less GPU-driver-stall.
  9. It's not me... Looks more like it's this: Script to Turn On/Off a plugin based on time - Page 2 - FlyWithLua - X-Plane.Org Forum (x-plane.org)
  10. Alway best if you post the complete log file not just the part you think is important. I have no idea what's writing those messages but I might have been able to figure it out given the complete file.
  11. Try this: Update and VR ? - TBM 900 - X-Pilot (x-pilot.com)
  12. Shouldn't take more than a week to add support for them then?
  13. No one on the forums has access to the purchase records or DRM systems. You must file a support request here: https://www.x-aviation.com/catalog/contact_us.php
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