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Started by Gary Oliver, Sun, 18 Sep 2022 23:49
Quote from: Aleks on Wed, 30 Nov 2022 19:59When loading MSFS, the "PSX" aircraft is always upside down in the home screen.
Quote from: Aleks on Wed, 30 Nov 2022 19:59Also, I am unable to zoom out and look at plane from outside view - I am stuck in the lower belly looking into main landing gears.
Quote from: Aleks on Wed, 30 Nov 2022 19:59Also, I am unable to zoom out and look at plane from outside view - I am stuck in the lower belly looking into main landing gears.Anyone with same problem, or any clue on what did I mess up? Thanks.
Quote from: Takayoshi Sasano on Wed, 30 Nov 2022 21:24Same here, I find it kind of funny though Just in the hangar or when a flight has been started/loaded?I use a PS3 controller clone to switch to drone view and navigate around which works perfectly fine. Which outside view is causing the issue?CheersYoshi
Quote from: Wardie on Sat, 3 Dec 2022 15:06Hi Gary, this is weird - PSX was working perfectly with MSFS and all of a sudden every time I rotate on take-off MSFS gives the error message "You overstressed the aircraft and caused critical damage". I am given the choice of restarting (in which case I get the same message when rotating next) or return to Main Menu. PSX in the meantime continues to run as normal. It does this on every take-off regardless of which airfield the aircraft is positioned at. Any idea of what I can try?
Quote from: akatham on Sat, 3 Dec 2022 15:19Disable MSFSs damage system. It is bad, anyway.
Quote from: Aleks on Thu, 1 Dec 2022 21:46I assume Gary is taking a break after worldflight. I will dare to politely ask for an update to show correctly altitude on Vatsim. Slightly annoying to get a TCAS RA due to altitude error between PSX and Vatsim traffic
Quote from: Gary Oliver on Sat, 3 Dec 2022 15:50After I found out that another World Flight team started a drinking game whenever they head 'yes its a PSX to MSFS problem' when ATC queried out altitude its gone to the top of my list.
Quote from: Gary Oliver on Mon, 5 Dec 2022 14:34Please let me know how you get on, its been something I have been meaning to take a look at since we started the project.ThanksG
Quote from: Gary Oliver on Mon, 5 Dec 2022 02:15JR,This is exactly what I'm trying to solve...Always works fine without live weather (minus a few hundred feet in current released version)Im in conversation with Ross Carlson to see if we can do something
Quote from: Gary Oliver on Mon, 5 Dec 2022 15:48JR,Thats exactly where I got to... I also have a fix to push which will make plane altitude and indicated altitude match perfectly to PSX. vPilot currently uses pressure Altitude which is where the problem comes.I have asked Ross if he will do as you suggested if the users aircraft in MSFS is PSX WASM. There is another fix which will fix the aircraft tipping on its nose using the same method.CheersG