jerel2k6 Posted May 4, 2006 Report Share Posted May 4, 2006 I read and re-read the manual over and over. I edited the esound.cfg file per the manual. Basically, I am not getting any of the sounds to play back after several attempts at adjusting the cfg file. I am also using a REGISTERED version of FSUIPC. The only sounds I want to hear are the ones without the ";". I have pasted my cfg file below: [Devices] 1=Primary Sound Driver 2=SB Audigy 2 ZS Audio [DF00] [Polling] Epic=10 Var=5 ;[Triggers.ERJPANEL1] ;[switchedTriggers] ;1=OnGround ;2=InAir [sounds] Path=ESounds ; Sounds for altitude calls on descent: ;1=ESounds\n500 2=ESounds\nappminimums ;3=ESounds\ 4=ESounds\nminimums ;5=ESounds\ ;6=ESounds\n50 ;7=ESounds\n40 ;8=ESounds\n30 ;9=ESounds\n20 ;10=ESounds\n10 ; Sounds for speed calls on take-off ;11= 12=ESounds\nv1 13=ESounds\nrotate ;14=110knots ;15=120knots ;16=130knots ;17=140knots ;18=150knots ;19=160knots ;20=ESounds\n10000 [Triggers] ; Altitude calls on descent ; NOTE that calls are triggered 10 feet early, to allow for delay is getting the sound ; out. This is much like the co-pilot anticipating the needle ;1=ALTITUDE_ABOVE_GROUND<=510, 10,1 2=ALTITUDE_ABOVE_GROUND<=410, 9,1 ;3=ALTITUDE_ABOVE_GROUND<=310, 8,1 4=ALTITUDE_ABOVE_GROUND<=210, 7,1 ;5=ALTITUDE_ABOVE_GROUND<=110, 6,1 ;6=ALTITUDE_ABOVE_GROUND<=60, 5,1 ;7=ALTITUDE_ABOVE_GROUND<=50, 4,1 ;8=ALTITUDE_ABOVE_GROUND<=40, 3,1 ;9=ALTITUDE_ABOVE_GROUND<=30, 2,1 ;10=ALTITUDE_ABOVE_GROUND<=20, 1,1 ;11=ALTITUDE_ABOVE_GROUND=10000, 13,1 ; Speed calls on take-off ; NOTE that calls are triggered 2 knots early to allow for delay in getting the sound ; out. This is much like the co-pilot anticipating the needle 12=AIRSPEED>= 138, 11,1 13=AIRSPEED>= 148, 12,1 ;14=AIRSPEED>= 78, 13,1 ;15=AIRSPEED>= 108, 14,1 ;16=AIRSPEED>= 118, 15,1 ;17= AIRSPEED>= 128, 16,1 ;18= AIRSPEED>= 138, 17,1 ;19= AIRSPEED>= 148, 18,1 ;20= AIRSPEED>= 158, 19,1 I know this is not SUPPORTED but I am attempting to use this with a panel as a supplement to the PMSound package by project magneta. Thanks for any help in advance. Regards, Jerel Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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