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Hi all,

 

Has anyone had a issue with old A318 schemes causing a CTD ever since aerosoft updated the A318/A319 pro recently? 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, GBNLL said:

Hi all,

 

Has anyone had a issue with old A318 schemes causing a CTD ever since aerosoft updated the A318/A319 pro recently? 

 

 

 

Please take a look at the pinned threads in the Liveries section of the forum.  That should help you.

 

Best wishes!

 

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I followed the instructions from Mathijs within this forum and its still causing a CTD. 

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So as a follow up, Im having the same issue, and it appears to be limited to the liveries that use the A318EliteCJ model. I did a stare and compare with an older model (HB-ACJ) and the A6-ACJ model, and matched up file to file and it still crashed on startup. Im not sure if its operator error or not. I have older A318 Models of other types that work just fine

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I had a problem with a CTD on some liveries only with the Professional product recently.

 

It might not help in your situation but check the aircraft.cfg.  There were a lot of "tabbed" spaces in the .cfg file for the liveries I added.  By removing them and matching the formatting to the default liveries the problem was resolved.  it took a lot of time, re installation of the product and C++libraries none of which fixed the problem to arrive at this simple solution.

 

Good luck.

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I figured out the problem. In the Aircraft.cfg file the old liveries come with: "ui_type = A318-114 CFM"  In their readme files. Change to "ui_type = A318-112 CFM". And the ACJ Liveries work. 

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Let me reprhrase that, just change the entries in the Aircraft.cfg flie from A318-114CFM to A318-112CFM and the liveries will work 

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2 minutes ago, GBNLL said:

Thank you for your replies all :)

 

Most welcome! 

 

Best wishes for Happy Flights!

 

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