Author Topic: OFFLINE installer for the latest updates - Last Update Jan 21st 2023  (Read 72495 times)

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After collecting all evidence and reports from users, we can confirm most of the problems users had, were related to their local Cloudflare nodes still outdated, so they weren't getting the same files we had on our servers.

This would sometimes (not always) appear as the Live Updater trying to downloading the same files over and over, which is not a bug, is in fact an indication the Live Updater is working, because it knows your files are old, it tries to download the new ones, but it get served with the same version, so it tries again the next time, and again.

To fix this issue, we made a very simple OFFLINE Installer, available here (it's the same file in two separate places, so you only need one:

Download from Google
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NU20pW0twKl_KptypNFZre9nO5h0Q8F2/view?usp=share_link

Download from Mediafire
https://www.mediafire.com/file/rcjygudgvbccu2w/Addon_Manager.exe/file

This offline installer will make do until we'll be reasonably sure almost all Cloudflare nodes have been updated. You can recognize if YOUR node has, by simply noticing if the Live Update doesn't download anything if you run it after this offline installer. If this happens, it means your local Cloudflare node is now fully updated, so you don't need to use this anymore, just the Live Update.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The Airport Services and Jetways sceneries ZIP files are supposed to be always downloaded, this is normal. Those kind of files are thousands of very small files that compress very well, so we found it was faster to always redownload them as single ZIP files, then check thousands of individual files if they are in need of an update.

Unencrypted versions of FSDT airport files for FSDT sceneries bought on the MS Marketplace will also be downloaded every time, this is also normal.

This Offline installer will only update the complete GSX code. It doesn't contain updates to object models or textures or new operators. Those are only available through the normal online Installer/Updater.



UPDATE - January 21st, 2023

- GSX Pro NEW: Added support for REMOTE DEICING. Please check the manual to see how this feature works. This is only the 1st step of the update, with a subsequent one featuring updated editing features for custom Deicing areas to come out later.

- GSX Pro Change: New color theme for the menu, with colors that should better integrate with non-default MSFS color themes, with a smaller font and several shortened texts, to take less space on screen without cutting out too much info. Some icons added in the menu entries, to better differentiate Runway Starts and Custom Deice areas.

- GSX Pro Change: Changed Deicing fluid colors to be more realistic: Type 1 = Yellow, Type 2 = Clear, Type 3 = Orange, Type 4 = Green. Saturation will change depending on Concentration.

- GSX Pro NEW: Added an option to Ignore the Departure time when using Simbrief.

- GSX Pro NEW: Added internal support for Aerosoft DHC-6 Twin Otter and PMDG DC-6.

- GSX Pro Change: PMDG automatic door handler now uses SDK events instead of FMC keypresses, for better reliability.

- GSX Pro NEW: Added new Safedock types, with just a screen, useful to replace a VGDS on a 3rd party scenery, without having to show the GSX casing too, which will help with performances.

- GSX Pro NEW: Updated manual, covering the new Remote Deicing feature.

- GSX Pro Change: Added some exclusion patterns to prevent Jetways not being recognized correctly on some 3rd party airports using jetway links as SimObjects ( Tailstrike Designs LKPR ).

- GSX Pro Fix: Some VGDS didn’t initialized correctly at the gate when no Simbrief was used.

- GSX Pro Fix: Custom height in Parking System editor didn’t update correctly when moving the object.

- GSX Pro Change: Text messages now use a Queue system, so they won’t be missed if a new message come when the previous one was still displaying.

- Zurich for MSFS:: Added support for GSX custom Deicing pads in the default FSDT profile, with working Visual Guidance system. Scenery updated to feature more detailed markings in the Deicing areas. Fixed parking 48, which was incorrectly labeled as 4B.




UPDATE - December 28th, 2022

- GSX Pro NEW: Support for Drzewiecki Design KEWR Jetways, with custom heights.

- GSX (all versions) Fix: Infinite boarding on Cargo airplanes.



UPDATE - December 23rd, 2022

- FSDT Installer NEW: The Installer will now show a version number for all MSFS products which are installed and will also show the latest version available. If the installed version is the same as the latest one, the “Update” button will show “Check”, to make it clear that updating means a full integrity check of all files.



UPDATE - December 21st, 2022

- GSX Pro NEW: When selecting a gate in flight, the planned destination airport ( Simbrief or default planner ) will always be the first of the list, if it's in range (30 NM).

- GSX (all versions) NEW: Added "Disable Rear Stair if Jetway" global option, to always Disable the rear staircase if the parking spot has a Jetway.

- GSX (all versions) Fix: Captain voice to confirm engine start won't automatically playback in icing conditions.




UPDATE - December 16th, 2022

- GSX Pro NEW: "Show me this spot" feature, available before selecting a gate or while taxing, to help identify a parking spot by displaying a pointer for a few seconds.

IMPORTANT: Be sure to run the Live Update to get the new Simobject for the pointer used by the "Show Me this Spot" feature. If you use only the Offline installer, the updated Simobject won't be installed, causing errors when using that feature. Always run the FSDT Live Update first, before using the Offline installer.

- GSX Pro Fix: Airports with name of exactly 32 characters (ex. KSNA) causing errors when using the SU10 Navdata.

- GSX Pro Change: TS24 VGDS top lines of text better separated from the airplane stop line.

- GSX (all versions) Change: Marshaller readout distance height lowered for better readability.



UPDATE - December 13th, 2022

- GSX (all versions) Change: Marshaller on a Ladder threshold adjusted.

- GSX (all versions) Fix: VGDS not recognizing CRJX.

- GSX (FSX/P3D) Fix: Operate Jetways not working on non-SODE Jetways.

 


UPDATE - December 7th, 2022

- GSX (all versions) Change: Pushback Walker won't cross the airplane anymore during a Nose Left/Tail Right pushback.

- GSX (all versions) Change: Threshold distance used to decide if the Marshaller should stand on a Ladder.

- GSX (FSX/P3D) Fix: Many changes in handling of the Ground altitude, which resulted in floating/sunken objects or jetways.

- GSX Pro Fix: Simbrief Flightplan not always refreshed on Reloading.

- GSX Pro Fix: Editing a profile to add custom Jetway root floor heights sometime resulted in a message reporting a parking mismatch.




UPDATE - December 5th, 2022

- GSX Pro NEW: Added internal support for JF BAe-146, all variants

- GSX Pro Fix: Fixed VGDS not updating with SimBrief.

- GSX Pro Fix: Missing passengers in Jetways if the airport was used without a custom profile.



UPDATE - December 2nd, 2022

- GSX Pro NEW: Added support for custom Jetway root floor heights in the airport profile, to prevent Passengers walking too high or too low on 3rd party Jetways not included in the internal database. Manual updated to cover this feature.

- GSX (all versions) NEW: Added a new option “Free this parking from AI”, to dislocate an AI that might have taken the selected spot while taxiing there, removing the need to change the gate and select it again or having to change the gate.

- GSX (all versions) NEW: Added custom Parking Threshold Distance, to sort out cases in which two parking very close to each other would prevent GSX to correctly identify the right one.

- GSX Pro Change: Removed the restriction of having to fly lower/slower than 10k ft/250 kts to call the GSX menu in Flight, which was only relevant to FSX/P3D to prevent a possible crash in the Facilities API, which is no applicable to MSFS.

- GSX Pro Change: Tweaked Editor speed, to speed-up moving a VGDS.

- GSX Pro Change: Added new criteria to automatically filter out auxiliary Seaplane base very close or inside the main airport, by automatically excluding airports that have only Water runways.

- GSX (all versions) Fix: An airport profile named with an upper-case “.INI” extension wasn’t loaded.

- GSX (all versions) Fix: A bug in the Handling rules section name parsing, causing the next operator to be assigned to the wrong airports, when the preceding operator contained a “dash” sign in its name, which caused the disappearance of the AIRPRO operator from Scandinavia.

- GSX (all versions) Fix: If a 3rd party airplane has already set the option to not board pilots/crew or has already set the number of crew/pilots, GSX would skip its own menu to request to board/deboard the crew.

- GSX Pro Fix: Fixed a WASM Timeout when Operating stairs and waiting more than 30 seconds, resulting in an automatic Deboarding on the next menu call.




UPDATE - November 25th, 2022

- GSX Pro NEW: Added support for Jetway floor heights for various airports by FranceVFR.

- GSX Pro NEW: Jetway floor heights internal database can use partial name matching.

- GSX Pro Fix: VGDS Safedock3 showing flickering numbers when starting in a parked state.

- GSX (all versions) NEW: Added editable path Thickness for Airport Walkers and Pax custom paths.

- GSX (all versions) NEW: Added Customization Report in the Details page of the airport profile.

- GSX Pro Fix: Increased Timeout to deal with loss of connection with the WASM module.



UPDATE - November 15th, 2022

- GSX Pro NEW: Added Parking Brakes Test XML expression in the Airplane Configuration editor, to allow adding support for airplanes with non-standard Parking Brake systems and Chocks to be user-editable without waiting to be supported by GSX internally

- GSX Pro NEW: Updated Manual with new Airplane Configuration options.

- GSX Pro Change: Microsoft A310 is now by default configured to show only two loaders: ULD on front and Belt loader on the rear Bulk Cargo door.

- GSX Pro Fix:  Preventing the wrong Fuel Hydrant type to appear on planes with a lower wing.



UPDATE - November 13h, 2022

- GSX Pro NEW: Added support for Latin VFR A321 modded with FBW compatibility.

- GSX Pro NEW: Microsoft A310 Bulk loader configured for BELT loaders by default.



UPDATE - November 11st, 2022

- GSX Pro Fix: Added a “watchdog” routine to monitor possible lack of replies from Simconnect, and automatically restart GSX if no connection is detected for more than 30 seconds, to prevent the menu being stuck in Loading.

- GSX Pro Fix: Airports without at least 1 runway, 1 taxiway and 1 parking spot are not loaded, to reduce the need to explicitly disable auxiliary airports with fake ICAO that might be located too close or inside a larger airport.

- GSX Pro Fix: VGDS Type 24 correctly flashing through Simbrief, Chocks and Parking Info.

- GSX Pro Fix: Removed Distance markers after parking with a VGDS.

- GSX (all versions) NEW: Added option to disable the Follow Me “FLEE” behavior.

- GSX (all versions) NEW: Added option to Disable Voice cues during various operations.

- GSX (all versions) NEW: Added the option to not Board Crew/Pilots.

- GSX Pro NEW: WASM module recompiled with new SU11 Optimizations.

- GSX Pro Change: Custom Ground Elevation now is only available in FSX/P3D. Not meaningful for MSFS (almost all airports are sloped) and could cause problems with vehicle Drivers or Passengers either floating or sunken.

- GSX Pro NEW: Added button to select/filter out all parking spots with a Jetway, to make it easier to apply customizations in bulk.

- GSX Pro NEW: Added Support for Headwind Airbus A330-900-Neo.

- GSX Pro NEW: Added Support for Microsoft Airbus A310.

- GSX Pro NEW: Added ICAO Type designation in the Airplane Configuration editor.

- GSX Pro NEW: Added manual selection of custom Airport profiles when using the SU10 Navdata option.

- GSX Pro NEW: Added check for matching parking spots to automatically load a custom profile when using the SU10 Navdata option.

- GSX Pro NEW: Added an internal database of airports names, to show their full name instead of just the ICAO in the “Select Airport” menu in flight when using the SU10 Navdata option.

- GSX FSX/P3D Fix: Parking editor dialog won’t show VGDS variants not available in FSX/P3D, preventing their addition while customizing an airport, which would have caused errors at start.

- GSX (all versions) NEW: Added LS Airport Services (Poland) and AGS (Aruba) Ground Handlers.

- GSX Pro NEW: Updated Manual.




UPDATE - October 25th, 2022

- GSX Pro Fix: PMDG Automatic door handler now using a buffer to prevent Event interleaving.

- GSX Pro Fix: Fixed root floor height for Cool Grey Jetway variations at FSDT KORD.




UPDATE - October 21st, 2022

- GSX Pro Fix: Support for SimBrief departure times crossing midnight.

- GSX Pro Fix: Reverted change to Editor Keys to support SU11 Beta 1.29.25.0.

- GSX Pro NEW: Added Details button in the Airport customization, this is currently a work in progress and not functional yet.

- GSX Pro Fix: Error when removing Pax barriers.




UPDATE - October 17th, 2022

- GSX NEW: SU10 Navdata support in Public Beta, to achieve compatibility with Marketplace airports and removing the need to use and maintain the Airport Cache. Support for the new API is currently considered Beta, and by default, is DISABLED, and GSX will work as before, using the Airport Cache and not being compatible with encrypted airports. To Enable support for SU10 Navdata API, open the GSX Config Panel in the FSDT Installer, and check the relevant option. At the end of the Beta period, once we’ll gather enough feedback to consider it stable, a further update will make the SU10 Navdata used by default.

- GSX Pro NEW: Updated Manual, please read about using the Navdata API at Pages 71-72.

- GSX Pro NEW: Optional support for MSFS SU11 BETA Key changes.

- GSX Pro Fix: Moved the default stop position forward by 1/3 of the parking radius.

- GSX Pro Fix: Error when destroying VGDS on exit airports.




UPDATE - October 5th, 2022

- GSX NEW: Added Jetway Floor heights data for iniBuilds KLAX.

- GSX Fix: Error when activating parking editor.

- GSX Fix: Ladder showing incorrectly on Fuel Hydrant.

- FSDT Installer: Hotkey customization not saving the Alt modifier.




UPDATE - October 3rd, 2022

- GSX Fix: Error when destroying Baggage Loaders.

- GSX Fix: Error caused by other add-ons or hardware sending key commands while pressing the Reload SimBrief button.

- GSX Fix: Simbrief refueling option not showing on the Refuel menu.




UPDATE - October 2nd, 2022

- GSX Fix: Error when adding a new Pushback Slot.

- FSDT Installer: Added an option in the GSX Config Panel to install a Lightweight version of the Jetway replacement files without extra Ground clutter, to reduce the overall scenery complexity.

- FSDT Installer: GSX Hotkey preference is saved during Updates.




UPDATE - September 30th, 2022

- GSX Fix: Marshaller distance readout height from ground lowered.

- GSX (FSX/P3D) Fix: Error while destroying Baggage Loaders.

- GSX (P3D4) Fix: Model cache creation further optimized to prevent timeout on loading.



UPDATE - September 28th, 2022

- GSX Pro Fix: Parking spot Suffixes not shown on non-Gate positions.

- GSX (FSX/P3D) Fix: Error during pushback.

- GSX (FSX/P3D) Fix: Optimizations to speed up the model cache creation..



UPDATE - September 25th, 2022

- GSX Pro Fix: A320 Neo identification on VGDS.

- GSX Pro Fix: Prevented an error while reloading SimBrief with no flightplan or username.

- GSX Pro Fix: Restored Menu X close function in VR.

- FSDT Installer Fix: Prevented downloading some packages twice.

- FSDT Installer Fix: Problem installing in Trial.

- FSDT Installer Fix: GSX for FSX/P3D base SimObjects not being updated.



UPDATE - September 23rd, 2022

- GSX Pro Fix: Error when closing Catering doors on airplanes with only one Service door.

- FSDT Installer Fix: Prevented a crash due to the EXE.XML already corrupted, now replaced by a pop-up warning about this problem.



UPDATE - September 21st, 2022

- GSX Pro NEW: Menu system changed; Auto-close function has been removed.

- GSX Pro NEW: It’s now possible to use a Hot key (Ctrl+Shift+F12 by default, can be configured) to call the menu if the Toolbar icon is Active.

- GSX Pro NEW: Updated manual to explain how the menu behavior changed and how to configure the Hotkey. Fixed the PMDG 737 refueling example.

- GSX Pro Fix: Menu options keys 0-9 no longer activate with Ctrl/Shift/Alt modifiers, causing services starting when changing cockpit views with the menu open.

- GSX Pro Fix: Passengers created in Air when Boarding at Gates with Jetways starting inside Terminals with solid Roofs.

- GSX Pro Fix: Error when Reloading SimBrief if the wrong username was used or there was no flight plan available online.

- GSX Pro Fix: Error happening when returning to the Main Menu if Passengers were still being generated.

- GSX Pro Fix: Service Doors not closing automatically at the end of Catering service.

- GSX Pro Fix: Refueling stuck when closing menu before service.

- GSX Pro Fix: Error when listing nearby airports if the airport cache wasn’t ready.

- GSX Pro NEW: Added new Handling operators: Iran Air, Iraqi Airways and Al-Burhan.

- GSX Pro NEW: Added new Jetway logos for some Japanese Banks.

- GSX Pro NEW: Parking Spots with an empty Parking Name in the airport .BGL are now displayed as “Ramp”.

- GSX (FSX/P3D): Fixed Marshaller/VGDS Fonts appearing at the wrong altitude.

- FSDT Installer NEW: When downloading unencrypted airport files for FSDT sceneries bought on the Marketplace, their GSX profile will be downloaded as well.

- FSDT Installer Fix: Fixed a problem with Danish locale, resulting in activation keys starting with “AA” not being recognized correctly.

- FSDT Installer Fix: Fixed an error that could happen when clearing the temporary internet files cache before downloading files.


UPDATE - September 7th, 2022

- GSX: missing parking spots in FSX/P3D if custom profiles didn’t include any parking systems.

- GSX Pro FIX: Wrong message about Couatl engine not started displayed in some situations when switching airplane.

- GSX Pro FIX: “No parkings available” message caused by missing GSX profiles folder, which is now always created by the updater/installer.


UPDATE - September 6th, 2022

- GSX Pro NEW: SafeDock VGDS now shows the Parking Suffix.

- GSX Pro FIX: Corrupted .BGLs or any other filesystem errors won’t prevent a successful Airport Cache generation anymore, only the affected area will be skipped.

- GSX Pro FIX: Improved support for non-ASCII characters in the MSFS Packages path.

UPDATE - September 5th, 2022

- GSX Pro FIX: Airplane user customizations not loading correctly.

- GSX Pro FIX: Support for non-ASCII characters in the MSFS Package path.
« Last Edit: January 22, 2023, 09:55:39 am by virtuali »

Kai-Uwe

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Re: Couatl engine hasn't started - Offline installer for the latest updates
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2022, 12:16:09 pm »
Thank you for this file, Umberto.

The way of using confuses me a little bit: I execute the installer and I can see that it copies a lot of files in my FSDT-folder. After that I opened the FSDT installer link and the window opens there I can update and config GSX and the other FSDT-products. Pushing the update-button for GSX a lot of files were copied, but it happens so quick, I can't difference a lot.
Now I'm confused: is the node, where my files were downloaded from an outdate one, so I have older files back again? For security I executed the offline installer again.
I'm not sure if I ever will be able meeting a situation where nothing ill be downloaded after using the offline manager; maybe a half of a day later new files are at the the servers already.

This takes me to a next question: where can I see if my FSDT-products are actually and the latest ones? I can push the update buttons ten times a day and everytime files will be downloaded and installed.

Kai
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Re: Couatl engine hasn't started - Offline installer for the latest updates
« Reply #2 on: August 23, 2022, 12:39:21 pm »
That's why I wrote:

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This offline installer will make do until we'll be reasonably sure almost all Cloudflare nodes have been updated. You can recognize if YOUR node has, by simply noticing if the Live Update doesn't download anything if you run it after this offline installer. If this happens, it means your local Cloudflare node is now fully updated, so you don't need to use this anymore, just the Live Update.

This means, until you see the Live Update not downloading anything, because your local node finally got the same files of the offline installer, running the offline installer should be always the last thing you do.

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Re: Couatl engine hasn't started - Offline installer for the latest updates
« Reply #3 on: August 23, 2022, 02:24:02 pm »
Ive tried this but it will download anyway everything again?

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Re: Couatl engine hasn't started - Offline installer for the latest updates
« Reply #4 on: August 23, 2022, 02:28:17 pm »
Ive tried this but it will download anyway everything again?

That's why in my previous post I said:

until you see the Live Update not downloading anything, because your local node finally got the same files of the offline installer, running the offline installer should be always the last thing you do.

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Re: Couatl engine hasn't started - Offline installer for the latest updates
« Reply #5 on: August 23, 2022, 03:03:29 pm »
I understand the way of working of the offlineinstaller.

But as far as I know it is a static thing, containg files from today. If I run the liveinstaller let's say on Wednesday, it will problably overrides the files from today. How will I know then, if there a later (newer) files on the server than today or the node still doesn't contain the actual files yet?

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Re: Couatl engine hasn't started - Offline installer for the latest updates
« Reply #6 on: August 23, 2022, 03:10:13 pm »
If I run the liveinstaller let's say on Wednesday, it will problably overrides the files from today. How will I know then, if there a later (newer) files on the server than today or the node still doesn't contain the actual files yet?

And that's precisely why, in the above instructions, there's this line:

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You can recognize if YOUR node has, by simply noticing if the Live Update doesn't download anything if you run it after this offline installer. If this happens, it means your local Cloudflare node is now fully updated, so you don't need to use this anymore, just the Live Update.

I think this information, added to to the previous "until you see the Live Update not downloading anything, because your local node finally got the same files of the offline installer, running the offline installer should be always the last thing you do" sentence, should clarify what you are supposed to do.

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Re: Couatl engine hasn't started - Offline installer for the latest updates
« Reply #7 on: August 23, 2022, 06:15:49 pm »
Thanks, this solved the issue which I've experienced since the day of release.   8)
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Re: Couatl engine hasn't started - Offline installer for the latest updates
« Reply #8 on: August 23, 2022, 06:27:35 pm »
I too am wondering how we will know when/if to update from the Live Update tool and maybe I can help summarize what folks are asking here. Please though help and correct anything if I am missing the point someone is particularly after but:

At some point in time there should be updates that you publish which will make the static (Offline) installer files provided here on this thread obsolete / old, correct? We will want to make sure we have the latest version of the GSX application. What will be the plan for distributing those updates to us end users? Will you simply publish another offline installer with the updated files on this thread, or do you think that will happen at a time after replication completes to all the Cloudflare nodes?

If you think it will likely occur after the replication to all the Cloudflare nodes completes, then what would be the best way for users to know this? Will you announce that folks should return to using the 'FSDTLiveUpdate.exe' to get the latest files or is there some way that end users are able to inspect the version of their local files to the version of the most recently published files by the FSDT team to see that an update is required and to know for sure if that an update download completed successfully. I think this has been the challenge with the update tool's current design as the only way to know if you have outdated files that need to be updated is to let the update run and try to watch and see if files are downloaded or not. This is currently further challenged with the Cloudflare nodes not yet in sync causing some users to not receive required files (if I am correctly understanding matters at present).

Maybe a simple enhancement here is to add a product version ID to the tool that shows your local installed version VS the most recent and available for download version.

Also one additional question: When you do publish a new update to the GSX program, do we expect to have a similar issue with Cloudflare nodes being out of sync across the network? Why did we have this issue with the initial release and what should we expect for future incremental updates?

« Last Edit: August 23, 2022, 06:32:31 pm by Sinandgrin »

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Re: Couatl engine hasn't started - Offline installer for the latest updates
« Reply #9 on: August 23, 2022, 07:01:55 pm »
I executed the installer, but nothing changed. Unfortunately, I still keep getting the same (Couatl engine hasn't started ) error at all airports.
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Re: Couatl engine hasn't started - Offline installer for the latest updates
« Reply #10 on: August 23, 2022, 08:50:59 pm »
 :( these installers have done nothing new for GSX in fact now its not even appearing to be installed and my universal installer appears as such (see attached with all objects hidden.

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Re: Couatl engine hasn't started - Offline installer for the latest updates
« Reply #11 on: August 23, 2022, 09:21:17 pm »
GSX now works in MSFS only if I manually start coutal64_MSFS manually.  I don't believe that I should have to do that.

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Re: Couatl engine hasn't started - Offline installer for the latest updates
« Reply #12 on: August 23, 2022, 09:39:48 pm »
I executed the installer, but nothing changed. Unfortunately, I still keep getting the same (Couatl engine hasn't started ) error at all airports.

Then you should post your log, as explained in the other sticky thread named "Couatl engine hasn't started - How to report a problem "

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Re: Couatl engine hasn't started - Offline installer for the latest updates
« Reply #13 on: August 24, 2022, 05:17:01 pm »
i try this offline installer but my live update continue to download and then closes (it's like a crash).

Any advices?

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Re: Couatl engine hasn't started - Offline installer for the latest updates
« Reply #14 on: August 24, 2022, 05:28:55 pm »
i try this offline installer but my live update

Please re-read my previous posts: you are not supposed to run the Live Update. The offline installer should be the last thing you do.