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IMPOSSIBLE TO ACTIVE AUTOPILOT ON , AFTER LOADED FROM AUTOSAVED


robysax68

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Hello 

is happens an crash my MSFS2020 .

Restart simulator and positioned on ground  , I've load from last autosaved  of FSUIPC7 , bought few weeks ago.

The aircraft start to fly exactly in  the last point saved, but isn't possible set autopilot on.

Wich kind problem depend?

My aircraft is A339 HEADWIND SIMULATION, or when i'll use A320 FLY BY WIRE

Thanks

Greatins

Roberto

 

 

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  • robysax68 changed the title to IMPOSSIBLE TO ACTIVE AUTOPILOT ON , AFTER LOADED FROM AUTOSAVED

The FSUIPC flight load/save/auto-save facilities rely on the flight load/save facilities provided by the MSFS SDK. Unfortunately, the flight save function is still documented as "NOTE: The current status of this function is NO ERROR, NO RESPONSE.", which is Asobo's way of saying that there is no guarantee that this function is working as expected.

You could try saving/loading the FSUIPC offset data with an autosave, but I don't think this will help. To do this, select 'for Autos' for the Reload FSUIPC data option in the Miscellaneous panel (Options ->  Miscellaneous). See the FSUIPC7 User guide for further details on this option.

Other than that, as these aircraft are add-ons, I suspect that this issue must be addressed by the add-on aircraft providers. You could raise a support request with them about this issue.

John

 

 

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