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Hi Ross,

On a group flight last night and on parking at the SVAA terminal we had the following anomaly's:-

1. Seven aircraft parked some visible and some not.

2. One aircraft was seen by another several miles from the terminal yet parked alongside of him.

3. One aircraft started to become vertical and then inverted at the parking bay.

I can forward some photos if you wish.

Terry Scanlan

VATGOV2 - Retired

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Hello Ross,

I cannot be sure that it is relevant but I am on a trans-Atlantic flight at the moment (BAW35) and I notice that my FL is being under reported in Vatspy and LittleNavMaps by 800' to 1000'.

I have tried logging off and shutting down vPilot and reconnecting but my FL is still being under reported.

I am using vPilot v3.07 on P3Dv45 and windows 7 64 bit.

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Hey Ross, I've still been having issues with vPilot on Windows 11. Whenever I keep opening up vPilot it always starts up a thing in the Task Manager called: "osprivacy" and in its subprocesses it has "Capability Access Manager Service" and those processes try to take up all of my CPU (over 90%). I don't know why it does this and it might be something relating to Windows 11, but who knows? 🤷‍♂️ I know Windows 11 is not yet supported but it would be great if you'll find a fix to this! And yes, I was using vPilot v3.0.7.

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10 hours ago, Mike Monk said:

Hello Ross,

I cannot be sure that it is relevant but I am on a trans-Atlantic flight at the moment (BAW35) and I notice that my FL is being under reported in Vatspy and LittleNavMaps by 800' to 1000'.

I have tried logging off and shutting down vPilot and reconnecting but my FL is still being under reported.

I am using vPilot v3.07 on P3Dv45 and windows 7 64 bit.

A relevant read for you

 

Cheers,
-R.

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1 hour ago, Robert Shearman Jr said:

A relevant read for you

He's on P3D, so that wouldn't apply.

Note that VAT-Spy shows your true altitude, not your pressure altitude. So if you are in the flight levels, it can be off by a lot, depending on how far from 29.92 the pressure is.

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6 hours ago, John Man said:

Hey Ross, I've still been having issues with vPilot on Windows 11. Whenever I keep opening up vPilot it always starts up a thing in the Task Manager called: "osprivacy" and in its subprocesses it has "Capability Access Manager Service" and those processes try to take up all of my CPU (over 90%). I don't know why it does this and it might be something relating to Windows 11, but who knows? 🤷‍♂️ I know Windows 11 is not yet supported but it would be great if you'll find a fix to this! And yes, I was using vPilot v3.0.7.

I don't have Windows 11 and I won't be getting it any time soon, so I can't do any real troubleshooting here. All I can suggest is that you do some searching on the web to see if others are having the same problem.

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17 minutes ago, Ross Carlson said:

I don't have Windows 11 and I won't be getting it any time soon, so I can't do any real troubleshooting here. All I can suggest is that you do some searching on the web to see if others are having the same problem.

I found a forum relating to what I said, haven't found a solution yet. But thanks for responding to my reply.

Forum link: 

 

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Hello Ross, 

Hope you can help me out with this one. Today I have updated Vpilot to version 3.0.7. Eversince I did that I am unable to connect to Vatsim anymore. I receive the following error:

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I have also checked a logfile which shows the following:

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I have not connected to Vatsim after they rolled out Velocity, this is my first attempt eversince. I have done the following things to figure out what goes wrong

  • Completely uninstalled and deleted Vpilot from my PC. Then downloaded it from the website and installed
  • Changed my Vatsim Password and copied/pasted it in the client.
  • Checked the new password (copied/pasted) on the webpage of Vatsim and also in Euroscope. Both succeeded.
  • Tried multiple servers including amsterdam, germany, uk and USA east.
  • Turned off firewall
  • Opened Vpilot as admin
  • Asking help from my local Vacc, but until this point they had no solution
  • Obviously googled it, but there are hardly any cases of these that I can find.

I hope you can help me troubleshoot or have a solution available!

 

 

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That's an issue that we're seeing sporadically. We think it's a DNS caching issue. Can you try rebooting your PC? And some users have had to reboot their router in order to fix it. Please give those two things a try and report back if it works or if it doesn't.

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1 hour ago, Ross Carlson said:

That's an issue that we're seeing sporadically. We think it's a DNS caching issue. Can you try rebooting your PC? And some users have had to reboot their router in order to fix it. Please give those two things a try and report back if it works or if it doesn't.

Thank you for your quick answer. Unfortunately your suggestions have not solved the issue. Just to be clear what I exactly did, see below:

- Restarted my PC

- Turned off my router for 30 seconds and turned it back on

- Shutdown my PC and then pressed the start button again (for a full shutdown)

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Hey there!

 

Since Tuesday (v3.0.7) I've observed the following issue:

Traffic which has arrived before is creeping very very slowly out of its parking position.
This happend to me first time on ground at LJLJ to me, when another pilot said I was parking some 20-30m behind my parking position, despite both using MSFS and the same scenery from flighsim.to.

When I started pushing back, the other pilot suddenly saw my correct position again at the stand again.

 

I've noticed this on two other pilots again the following days.

Once, one GA aircraft slowly moved sideways under my wing and into my eninge and fuselase at EPZG and the other pilot's aircraft was moving backwards out of it's stand at LIPE.

 

I haven't observed this on departing traffic which has recently connected via vPilot, just arriving traffic.

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3 hours ago, Teunis Aalberts said:

Thank you for your quick answer. Unfortunately your suggestions have not solved the issue. Just to be clear what I exactly did, see below:

- Restarted my PC

- Turned off my router for 30 seconds and turned it back on

- Shutdown my PC and then pressed the start button again (for a full shutdown)

Are you in the VATSIM discord? If so, please send me a message in the #velocity-bug-reports channel and we can troubleshoot further.

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1 hour ago, Reinhard Ziegler said:

Hey there!

 

Since Tuesday (v3.0.7) I've observed the following issue:

Traffic which has arrived before is creeping very very slowly out of its parking position.
This happend to me first time on ground at LJLJ to me, when another pilot said I was parking some 20-30m behind my parking position, despite both using MSFS and the same scenery from flighsim.to.

When I started pushing back, the other pilot suddenly saw my correct position again at the stand again.

 

I've noticed this on two other pilots again the following days.

Once, one GA aircraft slowly moved sideways under my wing and into my eninge and fuselase at EPZG and the other pilot's aircraft was moving backwards out of it's stand at LIPE.

 

I haven't observed this on departing traffic which has recently connected via vPilot, just arriving traffic.

This is a known issue that we have a fix for, that we're currently testing. Thanks for the info.

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