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Just updated all my Buses.  Things seem to be working well.  The A330 EFB appears to be working ok.  However, when loaded up the A319, the EFB looks like this:

 

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It does not change.  It is like it is hung up.  Any ideas?   My configurator is set to Navigraph and it is connected.

 

Regards.

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Hello natcret,

Could you please post the EFB_Ctrl.log

It looks like something from the WebSimBrowser folder is not correctly loading when you load the A319 EFB. You could try reinstalling the smaller busses and see if that fixes them problem as well.

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I also wanted to let you know I ran accross something odd.  I went to the ...\Documents\Aerosoft\Aerosoft A318-A319 Professional\Data folder and looked at the EFB_Ctrl.log   It had my Airbus 330 info in it.  The first couple of lines:

[07/03/2020 13:22:57:925]: EFB_Ctrl gauge loaded.
[07/03/2020 13:22:57:925]: Dataflags: 0, 0, size=0x1c4c0000.
[07/03/2020 13:22:57:925]: Module version: 1.64.7.
[07/03/2020 13:22:57:925]: Initialization complete.
[07/03/2020 13:23:19:441]: Aircraft loaded.
[07/03/2020 13:23:19:441]: Found the window with ID: 0.
[07/03/2020 13:23:19:441]: Found the window with ID: 10028.
[07/03/2020 13:23:19:441]: Opening URL for gauge #0 (1): 'C:\Users\xxxxxx\Documents\Aerosoft\General\A3XX EFB\A330\index.html'.
[07/03/2020 13:23:19:441]: Opening URL for gauge #1 (0): 'C:\Users\xxxxxx\Documents\Aerosoft\General\A3XX EFB\A330\index.html'.
[07/03/2020 13:23:20:905]: Re-opening URL for gauge #1 (0): 'C:\Users\xxxxxx\Documents\Aerosoft\General\A3XX EFB\A330\index.html'

 

The last line kept repeating until there was a line that stated the gauge was unloaded.

 

I went to the ...\Documents\Aerosoft\Aerosoft A330 Professional\Data folder and checked its EFB_Ctrl.log file.  It had similar info but also some more specific lines.  I know that the A330 was working correctly during my flight.

 

I am going to do another test today with the 319 to see what happens.  

 

Regards

 

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Also, if you could please attach the full file here on your post. That's the easiest way to include the file and for us to have a look into it.

You can find section to attach files at the bottom of the text editor. It looks like this:
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Hi guys,

 

To answer Mathijs question: Yes, the index.html file is currently located in ...\Documents\Aerosoft\General\A3XX EFB\A330.  There is no folder for the Baby Buses.

 

Secondator:  I have attached a copy of the file.  I did a flight yesterday in the A318 as I had mentioned and I did not get the same screen as I had originally posted.  However, I could not enter anything on the chart side, even though the Navigraph charts was logged in.

 

I then did another flight with the A319 today and as soon as I loaded the aircraft, I noticed the following screen:

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EFB_Ctrl - Copy.log

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Update:  I restarted P3D4 and loaded the A319.  The screens appear to have returned to normal with no errors.  I was also able to do a search via the pop-up keyboard on the charts screen.  The only thing I did different was make sure that Navigraph was running via the congiurator BEFORE starting P3D.  It was still connected from the last attempt so I don't understand why I would get an error for the previous start, then none for a restart....baffling.

 

Keep up the great work!

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11 hours ago, mikypilot said:

can you get that screen also in FSX 

No, only for the pro series.

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