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Justin Shannon

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  1. I haven’t had time to look at your log files yet; however, since you’re running 1.3.14, try disabling the xPilot TCAS through the X-Plane plugin menu and then try connecting. You probably have a plugin that isn’t playing nice with the new TCAS API (ActiveSky and littlexpconnect have been the two big ones).
  2. I need the entire raw log file (hence why I suggested uploading it to a file sharing website). An image snippet does me no good.
  3. Jan, a quick glance at the log you posted shows that you have XSwiftBus still installed. Remove it and try again.
  4. Can you set the permissions to public? I’m unable to download them without requesting access.
  5. Can you upload your X-Plane log.txt to a file sharing website, such as Google Drive?
  6. What is crashing? Is the xPilot client crash or X-Plane crashing? What version of xPilot do you have installed? If X-Plane is crashing, look in the output/crash_reports folder (inside where X-Plane is installed) for a .dmp and/or .rpt file from the crash. If one or both exists, please upload to a file sharing website, such as Google Drive and share the link here. If xPilot is crashing, can you look for a GlobalExceptions.txt file in the folder where the xPilot client is installed? By default, it's installed in %localappdata%\xPilot. Please also upload the X-Plane log.txt file to a file sharing website (like Google Drive) after the crash occurs.
  7. Currently, TCAS only works in X-Plane 11.41 using xPilot v1.2.1.0. Once xPilot alpha version is stable, the beta version (1.2.1.0) will be no longer supported. When this happens, TCAS will only work in X-Plane 11.50 (or newer).
  8. Hehe, definitely the former 😛 Check the “Plugin Settings” section in the docs. http://xpilot.clowd.io/docs
  9. Version 1.3.14-Alpha of xPilot is now available for download from the web site, or via the automatic update utility built into the pilot client (if you have the "Alpha" update channel selected in the settings).The following items were changed, added or fixed in this version: Add menu option (in X-Plane) to disable TCAS Additional validation on remote aircraft type codes (Max 4 characters. If dash exists, get text left of dash (e.g. B737-700 = B737)) Automatically replace forward slash (/) with backslash (\) in CSL path configuration It is very important that you close X-Plane completely before installing xPilot. Failure to do so will prevent xPilot from being installed correctly. If you're experiencing crashes, try disabling xPilot TCAS. After loading X-Plane (and before connecting to the network), locate the "Disable TCAS" option in the plugin menu (Plugins > xPilot > disable TCAS). Checking this menu item will prevent xPilot from enabling TCAS once connected to the network.
  10. There are some incompatibles with the new TCAS implementation with some plugins, ActiveSky being one. Once plugin authors begin adjusting their code, those problems should go away. As a stopgap, I’ll be adding an option to disable TCAS in xPilot. I expect to have a new build available later this evening.
  11. Can you try running X-Plane using just one monitor and try opening the xPilot preferences window?
  12. Version 1.3.13-Alpha of xPilot is now available for download from the web site, or via the automatic update utility built into the pilot client (if you have the "Alpha" update channel selected in the settings).The following items were changed, added or fixed in this version: Fix issue that caused X-Plane to crash when initializing TCAS It is very important that you close X-Plane completely before installing xPilot. Failure to do so will prevent xPilot from being installed correctly.
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