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PSX.NET.MSFS.WASM Version 10 - The Next Generation MSFS Scenery Link For PSX

Started by Gary Oliver, Fri, 4 Aug 2023 18:57

Gary Oliver

Router 10.2.0 has been published which will now handle reconnection of both PSX server and boost client if either are stopped whilst the router is running.  It also will no longer crash the boost server upon closure.

cavaricooper

Carl Avari-Cooper, KTPA


andrej

Andrej

Bluestar

Quote from: Gary Oliver on Sun,  4 Feb 2024 12:41Router 10.2.0 has been published which will now handle reconnection of both PSX server and boost client if either are stopped whilst the router is running.  It also will no longer crash the boost server upon closure.

Gary,

Thanks for the update.

I'm still having issues with the mismatched altitudes on Vatsim.  The altitude reported on TCAS shows the aircraft to be one thousand feet lower than what is shown on Vatsim using MSFS 2020.  This is not an issue when I use P3d.
Grace and Peace,

Bode

Gary Oliver

Do you mean the other TCAS targets on your ND are showing the incorrect altitudes for other planes?

Using the vpilot plug-in?

I can take a look

Bluestar

Gary,

My last update was the digits fix.  Your Vatsim altitude fix worked without any issues.  It seems the altitude problem returned after the digits fix. 

I am running Vatsim on a network and there are no issues with the Vatsim connection.
Grace and Peace,

Bode

macroflight

Quote from: Gary Oliver on Tue,  6 Feb 2024 16:20Do you mean the other TCAS targets on your ND are showing the incorrect altitudes for other planes?

Using the vpilot plug-in?

I have noticed that too. I even took some screenshots January 30th (so maybe before the last Router upgrade) but never got around to post them while flying straight and level with two planes nearby where the TCAS display in PSX was around 500ft off.

But I'm also quite quite sure TCAS is not always 500ft off. Maybe something to do with the atmosphere model or local QNH?

Uploaded screenshots with some comments to https://imgur.com/a/A9bU474

Gary Oliver

Thanks @Macroflight for the explaination, looks like we need to apply the QNH bodge factor to TCAS targets too.

Bluestar

Quote from: Gary Oliver on Wed,  7 Feb 2024 14:24Thanks @Macroflight for the explaination, looks like we need to apply the QNH bodge factor to TCAS targets too.

Gary,

Another way to show the problem is to compare the aircraft altitude as shown on Simaware compared to what is shown on the TCAS. 

As an example my aircraft altitude on Simaware will be shown at 35300. Aircraft X on Simaware will be shown at 34300.  Aircraft X on my TCAS will be shown at -20 instead of -10.   

I will try to get a screen shot later today.   
Grace and Peace,

Bode


andrej

Gary,
just wondering if it is possible to ask for any of the Cathay Pacific's liveries. Be it -467 (RR), -467F (RR), or-467ERF (PW).

If I had to choose one, PW (-467ERF) would be it.

Thank you,
Andrej
Andrej

QuadFan

Thanks for the update Gary, really enjoying your software  8)
Seb

Bluestar

Gary,

Just installed an update.  What changes do I need to be looking for?
Grace and Peace,

Bode

Jelsomino

Hi Gary,

Could you please do the window with three button smaller, it's looks like a football field now))
As three little points - green when connected and red when disconnected.
And with possibillity to still over all other windows on the monitor.

Thank you very much!


Will



World record for floating 747? This is at RPLC, Philippines. I'm still guessing the issue is a difference between the elevation model within PSX and within MSFS. Any thoughts? Any suggestions (other than "Don't land at RPLC")?
Will /Chicago /USA

Hammerstan

Quote from: andrej on Tue, 13 Feb 2024 20:44Gary,
just wondering if it is possible to ask for any of the Cathay Pacific's liveries. Be it -467 (RR), -467F (RR), or-467ERF (PW).

If I had to choose one, PW (-467ERF) would be it.


This may assist you develop your own liveries https://aerowinx.com/board/index.php/topic,7196.msg77472.html#msg77472

Hammerstan

Quote from: Will on Sat, 30 Mar 2024 02:28World record for floating 747? This is at RPLC, Philippines. I'm still guessing the issue is a difference between the elevation model within PSX and within MSFS. Any thoughts? Any suggestions (other than "Don't land at RPLC")?

This is not airport specific but a PSX.net.msfs configuration issue.  Try this https://aerowinx.com/board/index.php/topic,7196.msg78082.html#msg78082

Will

Hello Hammerstan,

Hello Gary,

And hello everyone else, thanks for your input and suggestions regarding the "floating plane" issue. I'm still seeing it at various airports, and in different places at the same airport. Maybe you can reproduce it? Here's what I'm doing.

1. Load PSX.NET.MSFS.Router (v10.3.0) first, as per Hammerstan's suggestion. Then start MSFS.
2. I've verified that the PC name specified in <PrimaryMsfsMachineName> is in uppercase.
3. Load PSX Basic 000 - Cold and dark.situ
4. Position the PSX aircraft to RPLC, Runway 20 (takeoff).

   *** The aircraft is hovering one engine-diameter above the ground ***

5. Position the PSX aircraft to RPLC, gate 251LA.

   *** The aircraft sinks slowly to the ground, bogeys are not tilted, looks good. ***

6. Position the PSX aircraft to RPLC, gate 13.

   *** The aircraft floats up, and is now over one fuselage-diameter above the ground, bogeys tilted ***

7. Going back to gate 251LA.

   *** The aircraft sinks back to the ground again ***

8. Position the aircraft at gate 1.

   *** Now we're back to over one fuselage-diameter in the air ***

Can anyone else verify this? Any suggestions?

Thanks everyone.




Will /Chicago /USA