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Problems with AFV with 777 Flightfactor-rammzess on xplane10


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Hello to everyone, yesterday I wasn't able to fly during CTP due to this problem with Xplane 10 and Xsquawkbox:

I decide to fly with B777 Flight factor on Xplane10 and when I was connected, I have activated Audioforvatsim for the connection to the audio system. I know that with AFV is necessary active the radio also on the radio panel, so I activated, as you can see, the radio:

 

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But, nothing. the systems seems that wasn't able to recognize that I have actviated the radio.

Just for info, on this 777, you can't see the "mic" light active over the microphone selector, only a green light, which is clearly visible on the left radio for COM1.

 

Someone can told me if I made some mistakes or which is the possible reason that has caused this problem with AFV?

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Unfortunately I believe FlightFactor are using non-standard datarefs for their radios (and possibly their electrics?), which makes it really difficult for the clients to read what state the radios are in (powered/unpowered etc).

 

I believe JARDesign were doing something similar with their Airbus but have since updated it to use the standard X-Plane datarefs so they can actually be read. So really this is a problem for FlightFactor to solve in the long term.

 

That said, I believe I've seen someone suggesting that they managed to get some success with a FlightFactor aircraft by selecting both VHF L and VHF R radios to on (so you get the green light above both), so that may be worth a try?

 

(Lots of 'I believes' in there as I'm not an X-Plane user myself so just going off what I've heard).

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Unfortunately I believe FlightFactor are using non-standard datarefs for their radios (and possibly their electrics?), which makes it really difficult for the clients to read what state the radios are in (powered/unpowered etc).

 

I believe JARDesign were doing something similar with their Airbus but have since updated it to use the standard X-Plane datarefs so they can actually be read. So really this is a problem for FlightFactor to solve in the long term.

 

That said, I believe I've seen someone suggesting that they managed to get some success with a FlightFactor aircraft by selecting both VHF L and VHF R radios to on (so you get the green light above both), so that may be worth a try?

 

(Lots of 'I believes' in there as I'm not an X-Plane user myself so just going off what I've heard).

 

No the problem is only with Flightfactor, because Jardesign A320 seems that haven't any problem.

Sometimes things get complicated. ATC on VATSIM as Milano Radar (LIMM_N_CTR) Twitch channel https://www.twitch.tv/italianalien21

 

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You missed the part where Simon said JARDesigns updated their software to comply.

 

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Yes, Jardesign it work, I know it because I use the A320 on Xplane 10, but the problem is with 777 Flightfactor. I would understand how it work the system about the audio for this aircraft. Maybe is better advise also the flightfactor developers.....If someone has found a solution, and he/she have this aircraft inside the simulator, any suggest is appreciate.

Sometimes things get complicated. ATC on VATSIM as Milano Radar (LIMM_N_CTR) Twitch channel https://www.twitch.tv/italianalien21

 

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