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Airbus Professional Elevator Shaking Problem

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I'm confused. So what you're suggesting is installing the A330 in a custom folder rather than the default one selected by the installer (where every other AS Airbus installs and has no issues)? You'd think if this was necessary, the developers would have made this adjustment in the installer rather than relying on the end user to do this manually. I'm not trying to be cynical, I'm just concerned this is an adjustment to the product that you'd think would be able to do on it's own.

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1 hour ago, el_kab0ng said:

I'm confused. So what you're suggesting is installing the A330 in a custom folder rather than the default one selected by the installer (where every other AS Airbus installs and has no issues)? You'd think if this was necessary, the developers would have made this adjustment in the installer rather than relying on the end user to do this manually. I'm not trying to be cynical, I'm just concerned this is an adjustment to the product that you'd think would be able to do on it's own.

 

Actually,

 

Depending how the installer is made, and this is the case with the Airbus installers, P3D will direct the install to the last location and installation was done to.  The installer will actually pull that location from the add-on-.cfg file in the Roaming folder.  In such cases I recommend the user intervene and install to a location of their choice while avoiding those locations I mentioned to avoid.

 

I hope that helps.

 

 

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Got it.. installing into the recommended location now. Will report back findings.

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Unfortunately, I still get a pretty bad flutter from the elevators on climb out with any sort of winds. It eventually smooths out above 10,000 feet, but until then it's pretty disruptive.

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I was having the same issue and almost gave up on it. However luckily I found what was the issue in my case. The culprit was the new live map on SimToolKit Pro. Every time I switched to that screen from the flight planning screen, the aircraft started the erratic behavior. Going back to the old legacy flight map on SKTP solved the issue for me. Hope this helps.

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9 minutes ago, Rajats said:

I was having the same issue and almost gave up on it. However luckily I found what was the issue in my case. The culprit was the new live map on SimToolKit Pro. Every time I switched to that screen from the flight planning screen, the aircraft started the erratic behavior. Going back to the old legacy flight map on SKTP solved the issue for me. Hope this helps.

Another reason to get rid of those shit tools braking other software by stealing resources.

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48 minutes ago, mopperle said:

Another reason to get rid of those shit tools braking other software by stealing resources.

 On the contrary it is a  pretty nifty tool that works well with all aircraft other than Aerosoft. 

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Well, obviously this tool draws a lot of hardware resources to is side and as the Airbus calculates frame by frame and if no resurces are left, it happens what you see. What you might try is to use "pause on taskswitch" in P3D. Maybe this solves it, but if this tool pulls away all resources even when running in the background, it isnt nifty, it is shitty.

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