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vasFMC and Idle thrust problem with version 3.99 and higher


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Good evening Pete!

I have been using for many many years your FSUIPC tool, thanks a lot for your great work!

The Project Airbus A380 is supplied directly with the vasFMC.

This FMC simulated with the help of FSUIPC some Airbus systems, in this case the Autothrust system.

Up to version 3.98 it has done this without problems. With a newer version the idle thrust is always at about 40%.

In several forums is reported a change to an old version of FSUIPC solves the problem.

Can anyone tell me where I get an older version, and you could maybe see if you can repair it in the current version.

Thank you!

greeting Niko

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Up to version 3.98 it has done this without problems. With a newer version the idle thrust is always at about 40%.

In several forums is reported a change to an old version of FSUIPC solves the problem.

Can anyone tell me where I get an older version, and you could maybe see if you can repair it in the current version.

Do NOT revert to an older version!

The problem is that the programmer has used an FSUIPC offset which was not working as documented and never bothered to report this problem. The error was then fixed and so broke the programming which was incorrect in the application.

You can use the current supported version of FSUIPC (3.999) by changing "AxesWrongRange=No" to "Yes" in the INI file. I had to put this in to make FSUIPC provide the incorrect offset value because the application programmers couldn't be bothered to fix their programs.

Pete

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