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 on: Today at 01:48:20 PM 
Started by Aussieflyer38 - Last post by virtuali
Is there a user manual because I cant find one.

The manual can be accessed in 3 different ways:

- Like any other Windows program out there, in the Windows Start menu, under the "FSdreamteam GSX" program group, there's a link to the manual.

- Inside FSX, after having selected GSX, by clicking with the "Open Documentation" button in the Addon Manager, which is a sub-menu of the FSX "Addons" menu.

- By browsing the FSX\fsdreamteam\Couatl\GSX folder

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When I put a plane at an airport, all I get is a message "Regenerating Airport Cache (38%) please wait." The aircraft is there in front of some airport building but that's it. Obviously I'm missing something but don't know what, as I can't find a manual. All help appreciated.

Looks like everything's working, you just expect that "something" would happen automatically, but that's not how GSX works, you must call it using the CTRL+F12 key, but of course this would have be have been obvious by reading the manual.

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 on: Today at 11:53:56 AM 
Started by Aussieflyer38 - Last post by Aussieflyer38
Hi Guys. I've just downloaded the trial  version to see if I want to buy this software without much success. Is there a user manual because I cant find one. When I put a plane at an airport, all I get is a message "Regenerating Airport Cache (38%) please wait." The aircraft is there in front of some airport building but that's it. Obviously I'm missing something but don't know what, as I can't find a manual. All help appreciated. Thanks

Don

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 on: Today at 09:03:50 AM 
Started by virtuali - Last post by virtuali
Don't assume what I might have done or what I might have seen. I did not change or delete any files in 1.x and I will repeat that the prompt to uninstall 1.x did not appear anywhere in the installer.

I haven't "assumed" anything, but based my reply on your report that you haven't been prompted to uninstall 1.x so, if I made an assumption, is that your report of not having being prompted to uninstall 1.x is accurate.

Since it's absolutely and totally certain the 2.x installer WILL prompt you to Uninstall 1.x first, otherwise it won't proceed, and you now have 2 O'Hare entries in the Control Panel, the only possible explanation left, is that files from the 1.x has been removed, because you haven't been prompted to remove the 1.x and you subsequently installed 2.x over it.

The 2.x installer will not check *every* single file from 1.x to decide if it's there or not. It will just check for the APPR_KORD.BGL file, to be present into the fsdreamteam\OhareX\scenery folder. If it's not there, it assumes you Uninstalled 1.x. So, it would be enough that you removed, moved or unintentionally lost that file, for the installer to assume you removed 1.x correctly. The installer correctly use that file for checking, because it's a file that was included in 1.x ONLY, but it's not supposed to be in 2.x, which means it's enough to identify an 1.x installation from a 2.x one.

Now, whether YOU removed (or MOVED) intentionally that file from 1.x, or you lost it for some reason, it's not really relevant, and won't change the fact that, the 2.x install WILL prompt you to remove 1.x, under NORMAL conditions and, under NORMAL condition, you won't have two entries for O'Hare, because the 2.x installer won't go ahead if you don't uninstall 1.x first.

You will of course have proof of this, if you just follow my previous instructions, and it will be obvious to you that, once you perform the "Reinstall O'Hare 2.x" step, after having installed 1.x, you WILL be prompted to remove it.


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 on: Today at 08:20:30 AM 
Started by Sludge - Last post by Archi
Thank You! I got the file from Jimi via PM will try it after I get home.

-Arto


EDIT: In addition to adding the FA-18.dll-file I had to run the SimConnect.msi installer in "Prepar3D v2\redist\Interface\FSX-SP2-XPACK\retail\lib" and got MFD's working now (in case someone else is having the same issue).


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 on: Today at 05:35:05 AM 
Started by virtuali - Last post by pcubine
Don't assume what I might have done or what I might have seen. I did not change or delete any files in 1.x and I will repeat that the prompt to uninstall 1.x did not appear anywhere in the installer.

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 on: Today at 02:05:57 AM 
Started by Sludge - Last post by Roller25
As Orion mentioned you need a gauge file from FSX:Acceleration.

It's the "FA-18.dll" file from your X:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\Gauges folder. Drop that file into your corresponding P3D folder and you're good to go.

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 on: Today at 12:44:04 AM 
Started by Sludge - Last post by Orion
You do need a file from FSX Acceleration, in particular the Hornet gauge.  The MFDs weren't reprogrammed and continue to use the FSX Acceleration Hornet avionics.

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 on: Today at 12:31:34 AM 
Started by Sludge - Last post by Archi
Hi!

I had to change from FSX to P3D because my HDD died. My 1st addon to fresh P3D was FSXBA Hornet and I love it but all three MFD's are blank/empty. Is there anyone else who has encountered this problem? I have P3D 2.4. Do I need some files from FSX default hornet? Hope not cos I dont have FSX anymore  Huh


Thanks in advance 

-Arto

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 on: October 30, 2014, 11:39:12 PM 
Started by Ironkidz - Last post by virtuali
If I could see your screenshot at day, I could say if what you are seeing is the (correct) one coming from our scenery, or some kind of conflict with something else.

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 on: October 30, 2014, 11:36:16 PM 
Started by Ironkidz - Last post by Ironkidz
What makes you think it's a "problem" ? That how the airport looks like.

It looked out of place and to be a much lower resolution than the other jetways.  Also in real life its not blue and it wraps around a full 180 degrees. I thought maybe it was a default texture somehow getting in the way of the correct one.

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