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  1. Here is a log with p3D started and quickly closed (before freeze moment): Checking the Registrations now ... User Name="Matthijs Thijssen" User Addr="matthijs@flightillusion.com" User WideFS Addr="administratie@flightillusion.com" FSUIPC5 Key is provided WideFS7 Key is provided 0 System time = 27/06/2017 11:09:52 0 FLT UNC path = "\\FALCON-SIM\Users\Simulator\Documents\Prepar3D v4 Files\" 0 ------ Module Version Check ------ 0 acontain.dll: 0 api.dll: 0 controls.dll: 4
  2. Hi, We have a win-10 machine with P3D-v4 running. After install FSUIPC5 P3D starts, but after 5 seconds it totally freeze. Reject the Modules folder P3D runs without problems. It is a fresh installation of P3D, and currently only the KA350 as default plane is used. We would like to use P3D in combination of Warpalizer, but this isn't installed yet. (first solve this issue) Of course all used software is registered... This is the log- file created by FSUIPC: ********* FSUIPC5, Version 5.10 (1st June 2017) by Pete Dowson ********* Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit reported
  3. Hi all, We just build a R22 simulator (based on a real shell) and get some issues with missing offsets. :idea: Most of the needed offsets are available, but some are not documented.. :oops: for example: 081E, 1 byte, Boolean, ROTOR BRAKE ACTIVE 081F, 1 byte, Boolean, ROTOR CLUTCH ACTIVE 0820, 1 byte, Boolean, ROTOR CHIP DETECTED 0821, 1 byte, Boolean, ROTOR GOV ACTIVE These offsets are very important to make the simulator work correctly. My question: Has someone a up-to-date list of available offsets and /or a COMPLETE set of documentation? :cool: Kind regards, Matthijs Thijssen.
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