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Jeroen Rutgers-Herenius

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  1. Sounds a bit like this http://www.forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?showtopic=37905 But I can't help you with it, sorry
  2. Maybe this solves your problem http://www.forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?showtopic=37893
  3. Headrest views were solved, as far as I know...
  4. To be honest... I don't know how to give you good advice, because - as you stated - you had a very early beta version installed before. That might interfere with this one and that's something beyond support I can offer you. For that you might want to contact Aerosoft. *edit* and can you stop the capslock
  5. Well, I started to think that you didn't have a clean install. And friends downloading pirated software to your computer can get you in trouble, so be careful with that. But at least we got a lot of problems down to problems solved
  6. I've run out of options, think this is something Finn would need to look at a bit deeper, or maybe someone else has a suggestion..
  7. And looking at the mcdu? does it still show a 0?
  8. Can you load the plane and see if you get a message?
  9. Did you load the plane and didn't get any message?
  10. Hmm now you got me puzzled.. It is in your folder? and also an entry in dll.xml?
  11. Ok frequent flyer friends, agree to disagree. Opinions are different and will stay that way. Fact remains: this bus doesn't have it and that wont change either. Lets put it to rest.
  12. back up cfg, then remove (just in case) It will build a new one. Then you should get a message to accept the module. Accept and it should work
  13. Looks like the problem is the missing entry in your fsx.cfg best to deinstal... remove the gps module if it still in the folder, reinstall. looks like you didn't accept the module as trusted...
  14. No, you should go to dll.xml in the same folder last entry should read <Launch.Addon> <Name>GPS Module</Name> <Disabled>False</Disabled> <ManualLoad>False</ManualLoad> <Path>Modules\GPSModule.dll</Path> <DllStartName>module_init</DllStartName> <DllStopName>module_deinit</DllStopName> </Launch.Addon> </SimBase.Document> You can open it with notepad
  15. And also shocked by the hard work being done by devs to solve them?
  16. Hello AlainV The file is in your account in the shop. Delete this one and re-download it.
  17. This one - unfortunately - doesn't have a throttle axis. *edit* More like this one http://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-942-000005-Extreme-Pro-Joystick/dp/B002BYONB0/ref=sr_1_2?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1283508738&sr=1-2 Although a bit bigger, so I don't know about your space...
  18. Don't post twice, Finn already addressed it and told you he'd look into issues reported.
  19. If you uninstall, see if the module is removed, otherwise remove it yourself before reinstalling
  20. The joystick needs an axis that you can assign to throttle. So only a joystick isn't enough. Although most have that now a days.
  21. \ Do you have the GPSModule.dll in your modules map in FSX?
  22. Try loading fsx first then the bus and after that the load manager. If you start load manager first this problem occurs.
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