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    • I have previous shown a screen-shot of the data that can be entered for a repaint for an owned aircraft, but since I have added a couple of fields in form of a "Kind" combo-box and a "Generic" check-box. The Kind lets you choose between the values: "Special", "Current" (default value), "Outdated" and "Retro". Naturally the "Generic" check-box lets you indicate that the repaint for the selected airline is utilizing a generic repaint:     The screen-shot above is for the "LOT Polish Airlines (Nordica)" repaint for the Aerosoft CRJ 900. I do not have a specific LOT repaint for the CRJ 900, but since I sometimes want to fly the LOT routes for the CRJ 900, I have chosen to use the default Bombardier repaint for the Aerosoft CRJ 900 (as visible by the comment I have entered). You might ask why you want to fill out these info (like "Installed", "Kind" and "Generic") and the answer is simple: to be able to filter on them, when you perform a leg search. Naturally it is completely up to you if you want to enter your owned aircraft and their repaints. However if you do you are able to filter on these data when you perform a leg-search, so the leg search will only contain results for the 3rd party aircraft you own, and (if you choose so) for the repaints you have for those 3rd party owned aircraft.   On the Search-legs form I have moved all the "Select all/none" buttons to the top, and at the bottom (below the list-views) you find the additional controls. In the "Aircraft-types" group-box I have added quite a few controls for filtering on owned aircraft and their repaints ("FP.Registration" is always enabled as it have to do with the aircraft-registration from the flightplan and has nothing to do with owned aircraft/repaints). By default (as shown in the screenshot below) these controls are all disabled, hence when not enabled, the search will work as it did before. You have to check "Must have owned substitute" before any of the other controls becomes active:     When you check the "Must have owned substitute" check-box the "Excl non-favorites" check-box and "Min-match-score" numeric-up/down controls (a long with "Must have repaint check-box) controls will be enabled. As you might recall the score is a value between 0 and 100 that tells how good a match an owned aircraft is on a specified aircraft type. e.g. a with a score of 92.323 a Boeing 777 Freighter is a good match for an MD-11F, but not a perfect match, in which case the score would be 100. Using the "Min match-score" control you can specify the minimum match-score a substitute must have, in order to be included in the result (e.g. only include matches above 90). This value defaults to 0, meaning all substitutes you have defined will be included. The "Excl non-favorites" check-box is pretty self explanatory, as if checked the result will be filtered to only include those owned aircraft you have marked as being a favorite (this is done when you add/edit an owned aircraft). E.g. my Carenado aircraft are not among my favorites (IMO: they make beautiful looking aircraft, but the quality of the avionics/systems lets much to be desired).   When you check the "Must have repaint (airline)" check-box the rest of the controls becomes active ("Min-kind" combo-box, "Exclude 'use with all airlines'", "Excl. not-installed" and "Excl. generic" check-boxes). These controls allows you to filter on the repaints you have defined for your owned aircraft. For my Carenado Phenom 300 I don't have any repaints for a particular airline. In stead I only have the default generic repaints installed along with the aircraft. Hence for this owned aircraft I have simply checked the "Use with all airlines" combo-box when I added this owned aircraft. If I for some reason don't want to include these in my leg-search results, I can check the "Exclude 'use with all airlines'" combo-box. The "Min kind" combo-box lets you choose the minimum "Kind", where it defaults to the lowest "Retro" (beside retro the other values are "Outdated", "Current" and "Special", where "Special" is the highest level). So when "Retro" is selected, it will not filter on "Kind" at all. The last two check-boxes are pretty self explanatory, and lets you exclude repaints that are marked as currently not installed, and those marked as generic (e.g. the generic Bombardier repaint I have chosen to use with my CRJ 900 for "LOT Polish Airlines (Nordica)".   So if I want to limit my leg-search to only include results for my favorite owned aircraft using the repaints I have currently installed, and exclude those that are not marked as "use with all airlines" and those I have marked as generic, and exclude those that are retro (by setting "Min kind" to "Outdated"). I would set up these controls as this:     A bunch of new reports have been added to assist you finding out which of your owned aircraft you might want to use as a substitute for an aircraft (type) from a flightplan (e.g. as mentioned I don't own a flyable MD-11F, but have chosen to use my PMDG Boeing 777F as a substitute). Likewise there are reports that show you if you own a repaint for a particular owned aircraft/airline, and if you do not, for which other owned aircraft you own that repaint (e.g. a flightplan might list a particular route being flown by an Airbux A319 for that particular airline, but you might not have that repaint for the A319, but might have it for the A318 in stead). Naturally it is entirely up to you if you want to fly that route in the A319 using another repaint or your prefer flying the route in the A318 in stead, in order to have the correct repaint. Here below is a part of a (leg-info) report for an Air France flight in an Airbus A319 from LFBD to LIRF. The report shows I have no Air France repaints for the A319, however I do have one for the A318 (which is installed) and an "Air France (Skyteam)" repaint for an A320 (not installed):     I have (manually) chosen the A319, A320 to be substitutes for the A318 (as they might have the repaint which the "correct" aircraft does not - just like in this case). Beside these chosen-substitutes, the report also lists all the "non-substitutes" owned aircraft for which I have an Air France repaint, and for each (both substitutes/non-substitutes) it shows a match-score (the results are actually ordered by decreasing match-score). So had I not had the repaint for the A318/A320, I would still be able to see that I have it for the A321 even though I have not defined the A321 to be a substitute for the A318. This match score has dropped to 88.537 as the A319 and A321 are "more different" than the A318 compared with the A319, where the match score is 94.308. But still the A320 shows a match-score of 95.540.   Two combo-boxes have added to the Leg-info form, where the first contains all your owned aircraft and the 2nd shows all the repaints that are available for the selected aircraft. If one of the substitutes have the correct repaints (in this case the A320 does have the Air France (Skyteam) repaint), the combo-boxes will automatically have selected the owned A320, and the Air France (Skyteam) repaint. The check-boxes/labels to right of these combo-boxes shows a few information for the selected owned aircraft and repaint. In this case we can see that the A320 is indeed a substitute for the A319, and this repaint is marked as not-installed, non-generic, can be used as carrier or operator-repaint, and its kind have be defined as "current":     When you setup the repaints for a particular owned aircraft you can generate a report of "missing repaints". A "messing repaint" is defined as a repaint for any of the aircraft for which this owned aircraft have been defined as a substitute, having routes utilizing those aircraft and a repaint for those airlines have not yet been defined (that was a mouthful). For example I have chosen my owned Aerosoft CRJ 700 being a substitute for both CRJ 700 and -900, as well as a substitute for the AN-148 (i don't own a flyable AN-148 and the match-score have been calculated as 93,279, so not a bad score). Here below is report of the "missing repaints" for this owned CRJ 700:     It appears among my active flightplans for the AN-148 the only missing repaint (for an AN-148) is form the airline "Air Koryo", and since there is no indented lines below this line, I don't have any other owned aircraft for which I have an "Air Koryo" repaint. The next section covers the repaints for the CRJ 700, and here are listed two other airlines for which I don't own a repaint ("Ibex Airlines" and "South African Express Airways"). The last/larger section covers the CRJ 900. The first line lists "Air Nostrum" as I don't own an "Air Nostrum" repaint for my CRJ 700. However as visible by the next 4 lines, I do have "Air Nostrum" repaints for my owned, CRJ900, -1000, ATR 72-500 and my Q400. The "check-marks" indicate that the CRJ 900 and -1000 have been defined as substitutes for the CRJ 700, however the ATR 72-500 and Q400 have not. So IMO I am not desperately in need for an "Air Nostrum" repaint for my CRJ 700 as I have one for my CRJ 900. Personally I would rather fly a route intended for an "Air Nostrum" CRJ 700, in an "Air Nostrum" CRJ 900 (hence I have the "correct" repaint), than flying the route in a CRJ 700 using a generic repaint (you might have other preferences).   Last but not least, when you edit a flightplan, there is now a new button on the aircraft tab-page called "Owned substitutes". When you press this button it will generate a report with a "section" for each of the aircraft in the flightplan. If there are no owned aircraft that have been defined as a substitute for the aircraft-type, it will list the 10-20 most suitable owned aircraft for that aircraft-type. For example I don't own a flyable Airbus A340-300 nor have I define any of my owned aircraft to be substitutes for it, hence will list the top scoring matching aircraft. As can see the Boeing 787-9 scores 94.189 which is not a bad score, but still I don't want to use it as a valid substitute for the A340-300 (you can naturally setup your substitutes as you prefer):     In the lower part of the above screen-shot you can see the flightplans contains flights for an Airbus A330-200, and I have defined my Aerosoft Airbus A330-300 to be a valid substitute for the A330-200, and indeed I have told there is an Air France repaint available for this aircraft. As you can see it is currently not installed, and I have written "Aerosoft" in the comment-field, to remind myself I can download this repaint from the Aerosoft download-section if I want to install it.   Here below is another part of the same report (for an Air France flightplan). Again I don't own a flyable Airbus A380 aircraft, however I have defined the Boeing 747-8 to be a substitute for the A380, but as you can see I don't have an Air France repaint for my PMDG 747-8 (installed or otherwise). Likewise I don't own a flyable Airbus A350-900, but I have defined my PMDG 777-200LR to be an substitutes, and for this 777-200LR I do have an Air France repaint, however marked as not-installed (so I would need to install it before trying to fly any routes). The next section is for an Boeing 777-300ER and thanks to the PMDG expansion I do own a flyable Boeing 777-300ER, and again I do have the repaint (it can be downloaded via the PMDG tool), but not currently marked as installed:     Its hard to describe how to setup your owned aircraft/repaints, and how to filter on them in a detailed way, without writing a full novel about it, but I hope it will be more clear in the video I will record with the release of version 1.17. But if you have any questions fell free to use the forum.
    • Thank you for this Hans. I just had an autopilot disconnect using CRJ V1.0.2.0 in P3D V5,  which I assume occurred due to high winds using ASP3D Beta #7. I will try the same flight and reduce the AP Disconnect sensitivity.
    • sorry I meant flightcontrolreplay. it is a video recording software. when i uninstalled it i still get CTD.  
    • Sorry for the  delay My airbus Installed version: 1.3.1.0 My complete error is: Log Name:      Application Source:        Application Error Date:          7/2/2020 6:45:56 AM Event ID:      1000 Task Category: (100) Level:         Error Keywords:      Classic User:          N/A Computer:      P3d Description: Faulting application name: Prepar3D.exe, version: 4.5.14.34698, time stamp: 0x5e94b5c2 Faulting module name: mso20win32client.dll, version: 0.0.0.0, time stamp: 0x5ed8c10d Exception code: 0x01483052 Fault offset: 0x00000000001fd6ed Faulting process id: 0xb50 Faulting application start time: 0x01d65022e4b00ce9 Faulting application path: F:\P3D\Prepar3D.exe Faulting module path: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Office16\mso20win32client.dll Report Id: 7556a2f8-ad31-4260-ad49-c5e0454a475d Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID: Event Xml: <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">   <System>     <Provider Name="Application Error" />     <EventID Qualifiers="0">1000</EventID>     <Level>2</Level>     <Task>100</Task>     <Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>     <TimeCreated SystemTime="2020-07-02T03:45:56.447671300Z" />     <EventRecordID>44295</EventRecordID>     <Channel>Application</Channel>     <Computer>P3d</Computer>     <Security />   </System>   <EventData>     <Data>Prepar3D.exe</Data>     <Data>4.5.14.34698</Data>     <Data>5e94b5c2</Data>     <Data>mso20win32client.dll</Data>     <Data>0.0.0.0</Data>     <Data>5ed8c10d</Data>     <Data>01483052</Data>     <Data>00000000001fd6ed</Data>     <Data>b50</Data>     <Data>01d65022e4b00ce9</Data>     <Data>F:\P3D\Prepar3D.exe</Data>     <Data>C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Office16\mso20win32client.dll</Data>     <Data>7556a2f8-ad31-4260-ad49-c5e0454a475d</Data>     <Data>     </Data>     <Data>     </Data>   </EventData> </Event>   I ran the asinfo software and here is what i got: Windows 10 Post Fall Creators Update 64-bit Prepar3D v4.x location: F:\P3D\ Prepar3D v3.x not installed FSX Steam Edition not installed FSX SP2/Acceleration not installed XAudio2_9.dll found: 10.0.18362.1 (WinBuild.160101.0800) XAudio2_8.dll found: 10.0.18362.1 (WinBuild.160101.0800) XAudio2_7.dll found: 9.29 (DXSDK_JUN10.100602-0421) XAudio2_6.dll found: 9.28 (DXSDK_FEB10.100204-0932) XAudio2_5.dll found: 9.27 (DXSDK_AUG09.090904-1620) XAudio2_4.dll found: 9.26 (DXSDK_MAR09.090316-1354) XAudio2_3.dll found: 9.25 (DXSDK_NOV08.081027-0939) XAudio2_2.dll found: 9.24 (DXSDK_AUG08.080731-0600) XAudio2_1.dll found: 9.23 (DXSDK_JUN08.080530-1349) XAudio2_0.dll found: 9.22 (DXSDK_MAR08.080305-1539) Microsoft Flight Simulator SimConnect Client v10.0.61259.0 - (Version Data: 10.0.61259.0) Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable - (Version Data: 8.0.61001.0) Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable - x64 9.0.30729.17 - (Version Data: 9.0.30729.0) Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable - x86 9.0.21022 - (Version Data: 9.0.21022.0) Microsoft Visual C++ 2010  x86 Redistributable - 10.0.40219 - (Version Data: 10.0.40219.0) Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 x64 Additional Runtime - 11.0.61030 - (Version Data: 11.0.61030.0) Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 x64 Minimum Runtime - 11.0.61030 - (Version Data: 11.0.61030.0) Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 x64 Additional Runtime - 12.0.21005 - (Version Data: 12.0.21005.0) Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 x64 Minimum Runtime - 12.0.21005 - (Version Data: 12.0.21005.0) Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 x86 Additional Runtime - 12.0.21005 - (Version Data: 12.0.21005.0) Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 x86 Minimum Runtime - 12.0.21005 - (Version Data: 12.0.21005.0) Microsoft Visual C++ 2019 X64 Additional Runtime - 14.25.28508 - (Version Data: 14.25.28508.0) Microsoft Visual C++ 2019 X64 Minimum Runtime - 14.25.28508 - (Version Data: 14.25.28508.0) Microsoft Visual C++ 2019 X86 Additional Runtime - 14.25.28508 - (Version Data: 14.25.28508.0) Microsoft Visual C++ 2019 X86 Minimum Runtime - 14.25.28508 - (Version Data: 14.25.28508.0) Prepar3D v4 Content - (Version Data: 4.5.14.0) Prepar3D v4 Professional Client - (Version Data: 4.5.14.0) Prepar3D v4 Scenery - (Version Data: 4.5.13.0)  
    • can you please confirm what I asked before? Just want to confirm.
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