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Happend twice now a few minutes after connecting to vatsim, full log available and crash dumps if required

0:03:55.328 I/PLG: The plugin xPilot 1.3.14 is setting global TCAS override to 1.
0:03:55.328 xPilot/XPMP2 INFO  AIMultiplayer.cpp:583/XPMPMultiplayerEnable: Have control now over AI/Multiplayer planes
--=={This application has crashed because of the plugin: [XPLM_PLUGIN_XPLANE]}==--

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It's wierd that the XPLM plugin itself is the cause of the crash. Can you upload the log to something like Google Drive or Mediafire and me (or somone else) can take a look at it. At first clance tho you should probably reinstall Xpilot so all the nessecary files is added.

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still no joy.  Did a complete reinstall of 1.3.14 after deleting the folder in AppData and the Plugin.  But it crashed x-plane as soon as i logged  onto vatsim.  Log file available.

0:06:28.958 I/PLG: The plugin xPilot 1.3.14 is setting global TCAS override to 1.
0:06:28.958 xPilot/XPMP2 INFO  AIMultiplayer.cpp:583/XPMPMultiplayerEnable: Have control now over AI/Multiplayer planes
--=={This application has crashed because of the plugin: [XPLM_PLUGIN_XPLANE]}==--
 

 

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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). 

Controller (C3), Los Angeles ARTCC
Developer: xPilot, vATIS

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Hi Justin

I am indeed running both littlexpconnect and ActiveSky plugins.  However disabled TCAS and that seems to have fixed it though I dont understand what disbeling TCAS actually does?  Was working fine with both LNM and AS loaded.

So all good.  Do I need TCAS for VFR flight?

Malcolm

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14 hours ago, Malcolm Grant said:

Hi Justin

I am indeed running both littlexpconnect and ActiveSky plugins.  However disabled TCAS and that seems to have fixed it though I dont understand what disbeling TCAS actually does?  Was working fine with both LNM and AS loaded.

So all good.  Do I need TCAS for VFR flight?

Malcolm

It's often required

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Similar problem here that appeared "out of the blue". When connecting Xpilot as_xconnect crashed.

 

0:06:23.844 I/PLG: The plugin xPilot 1.3.14 is setting global TCAS override to 1.
0:06:23.844 xPilot/XPMP2 INFO  AIMultiplayer.cpp:583/XPMPMultiplayerEnable: Have control now over AI/Multiplayer planes
--=={This application has crashed because of the plugin: as_xconnect}==--

 

Any idea?

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For myself I can confirm that it is definetly the combination of xPilot and ActiveSky which crashes X-Plane, for whatever reason.

I tried the follow scenarios:

- everything as per normal, activated TCAS, AS (ActiveSky) active => Sim crashes as soon as I try to connect to Vatsim

- TCAS deactivated, AS active => connecting doesn't crash the sim anymore

- TCAS activated, AS not active => everything works just fine

- TCAS activated, activating AS after connecting to Vatsim => sim crashes immediatly when ticking the box to load the plugin

I will try if not another plugin might influence all of that, but I guess all users of AS might have to wait for an update of AS so everything gets back working...

I also will try out if some settings or a fresh install of AS has an influence on the behaviour, I already completely wiped xPilot and reinstalled it with no effect at all.

 

Edit:

Next test: no plugins besides xPilot and AS => still crashes when connecting.

Another note: at least for me it has no effect which plane I use.

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Good news! (Maybe?)

I did a complete reinstall of ActiveSky and I noticed that in the plugins folder there was a folder named "ASXP" and "ASXPConnect". Prior to the reinstall I deleted both folders and after reinstall only "ASXPConnect" is there. So my guess would be that this got changed in an update of AS and not deleted, possibly loading the "wrong" plugin if it is old data.

At the moment it works splendid! I am able to connect to the still a little bit busy EDDF, can see all planes, weather works and TCAS works as well.

So concluding it might be worth a shot to find out if there is an additional folder named "ASXP" in the plugins folder of X-Plane and just delete that. Or even delete all of the ASXP folders in the plugin folders and reinstall the plugin when starting AS.

I hope this is a permanent "fix" and would love to hear if others can solve this whole mess via this method!

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Well apparently that still hasn't worked, but today there was a new beta released of Ative Sky, which should fix those crashes. So it should be worth to download that beta, it isn't in their "update messages" feed yet.

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