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Nick Botica

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  1. Have a look in the video again, the last scope view shows a 1 second refresh to my eyes....
  2. Maybe this is part of the “amazing updates” they’re announcing over the next few weeks.
  3. Have a look at “3appes Sound Lock” in the meantime. It allows you to set a volume limit on your audio device.
  4. I passed on the -72 volume suggestion to flightdeck2sim (YouTube streamer) who was getting them frequently. He tried -72 and wasn’t getting the ‘audio bombs’ but we did notice the audio was quite varied in volume per person. Some were very quiet (which would make sense as per the name of the control) but some were quite loud. I’m not sure if this was related to the setting or would have happened regardless. But yes, it’s definitely caused by the realistic effects. Disabling this effect eliminated the bug. I thought it might have been a radio propagation effect w
  5. Is there something we can do to help? I've been watching flighdeck2sim's streams (youtuber) and he gets at least 10 per stream over a few hours. He's using xplane, xpilot, windows 10. He generates a lot of traffic and ATC around him - something to do with that? He turned off the realistic effects for a while and didn't get any issues. So presumably it's the realistic effects. If we provide UTC times and call sign this happened to if that useful? I'm guessing you couldn't do a lot of troubleshooting of the server logs if the effects are made by the client? Are there client logs gener
  6. Do you know if others on the frequency hear it? Or might only one person hear it? if it doesn’t happen with the ‘simulate radio effects’ (can’t confirm this) then would anything cause the levels to be increased? If seems the transmission gets worse too. Simulating distance? Could the distance maths be overflowing or something? Do clients just play the audio from the server? Or do they modify the audio stream? Could be a particular client perhaps? If nothing else, perhaps there should be a threshold where volumes can’t exceed a limit to prevent hearing damage (not joking 🙂 )
  7. If you can’t get to this page in your normal browser (eg chrome, Firefox) then you’re probably out of luck. Do you get an error message in the browser? https://pilotweb.nas.faa.gov/common/nat.html
  8. Hi there, Still working ok for me today. The plugin's allowed to draw on your radar screen still? Are there any messages from 'EuroNAT' down in the bottom left corner of euroscope? Nick
  9. There are logs on your router you could look at. Clear the logs then recreate the problem. Once the error occurs stop logging, or export them to have the least logs possible. Another thing to try would be to byp[Mod - Happy Thoughts] the router temporary if you could go rule it out. Connect the cable from the modem to your router to you computer instead. It most likely won’t connect without some config. First check how your router connect to your modem eg dynamic ip, username and p[Mod - Happy Thoughts]word, static ip...then mimic that on your computer.
  10. I’m yet to fly online since the launch but I’ll try to soon A very smooth rollout with just some minor bugs to sort out. Well done!
  11. Seems strange. I wouldn’t have thought Pitt forwarding would help though. If your computer establishes the connection then your router knows which computer it came from, and, when it gets a reply p[Mod - Happy Thoughts]es the message back. What is the model of your router? Maybe check the bottom for a label. Perhaps there’s a firewall built in to the router which is stopping the connection after seeing a lot of traffic on a non normal port. You IP address shouldn’t be changing that often. But you could try settling a static IP address on your computer. Eg 192.168.1.10 (depending on
  12. Hi Tony, Have you been able to run this in the past? - In Windows 7? - In a VM? It's fetching the data ok for me. But it could have something to do with the VM... Edit: Looks like it has something to do with TLS. Start Menu > Search for 'Internet Options' > Advanced Tab > Scroll down to Security > Tick 'Use TLS 1.2' If it was already ticked, untick it, click Apply. Then re-tick it, apply and restart EuroScope. Nick
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