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I tried ver 1.2.4.0 with A320x-A321pro. (P3D v4.33)
There are the following problems.
APU Start Switch Does Not Synchronize
Display of PD and ND does not synchronize
The PF side displays normally but the PM side remains unchanged from the initial display.
Radio power switch does not synchronize

Elevator trim wheel behaves strange.

 

For now, syncing PD and ND is the most problematic.
Thank you.

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2 hours ago, flare_alfred said:

I tried ver 1.2.4.0 with A320x-A321pro. (P3D v4.33)
There are the following problems.
APU Start Switch Does Not Synchronize
Display of PD and ND does not synchronize
The PF side displays normally but the PM side remains unchanged from the initial display.
Radio power switch does not synchronize

Elevator trim wheel behaves strange.

 

For now, syncing PD and ND is the most problematic.
Thank you.

 


Sorry to hear that you're having problems.

 

The problems you noted are likely due to either low frame rates or an installation that did not go as planned.  These issues don't exist on my system or those of many others.  I'm leaning towards frame rates.  Can you tell us what you're frame rates are when these issues occur?

 

Additionally, I could encourage you to move from P3Dv4.3 to v4.5.

 

 

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On 5/22/2019 at 10:38 PM, DaveCT2003 said:

 


Sorry to hear that you're having problems.

 

The problems you noted are likely due to either low frame rates or an installation that did not go as planned.  These issues don't exist on my system or those of many others.  I'm leaning towards frame rates.  Can you tell us what you're frame rates are when these issues occur?

 

Additionally, I could encourage you to move from P3Dv4.3 to v4.5.

 

 

 

Thank you for your response.


The FPS was about 30 to 50 for both the PF side and the PM side.
Also, I changed the P3D version to V4.5, but there was no change in symptoms.

 

I solved the problem that PFD and ND display are not synchronized by the following method. Is this method correct?
1. The PF side initializes the IRS with the CDU on the PF side.
2. The PM side initializes the IRS with the CDU on the PM side.

 

Also, PFD was synchronized, but there is a difference in speed and altitude between the PF side and the PM side.
(Speed is about 4 knots, altitude is about 300 feet difference)
Is this a known issue?

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Actually, either MCDU can signal the alignment. It's not necessary to do it on both. Also, the PDs and NDs are fully syncronized

 

Something must have gone wrong with your install, a P3D issue, or their are some Windows issues or other systemic issue going on.

 

I think the best to do is to ask you to put in a support ticket and have one of our specialists take a look at this with you by going to https://helpdesk.aerosoft.com/portal/home.

 

My very best wishes for a quick resolution.

 

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, DaveCT2003 said:

Actually, either MCDU can signal the alignment. It's not necessary to do it on both. Also, the PDs and NDs are fully syncronized

 

Something must have gone wrong with your install, a P3D issue, or their are some Windows issues or other systemic issue going on.

 

I think the best to do is to ask you to put in a support ticket and have one of our specialists take a look at this with you by going to https://helpdesk.aerosoft.com/portal/home.

 

My very best wishes for a quick resolution.

 

 

 

 

 

I understand.
Once clean installed and tested, if the problem persists, I would like to issue a support ticket.

Thank you for your kindness.

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6 hours ago, flare_alfred said:

 

I understand.
Once clean installed and tested, if the problem persists, I would like to issue a support ticket.

Thank you for your kindness.

 

You are most welcome!

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