By Kevin Jarvis 1070159
#468451 Sometimes I'll start a flight without my mic/headset plugged on.
When I plug in the speaker connection, I still hear audio from my main speakers.
I go in to the audio section of the client to find that my choice(s) have been deleted.
Once I choose the correct audio output device, all is well.

Is there a way to get the client to remember my settings?

I get the normal red text error message when I don't have the applicable model and/or texture set installed.
The error continues as long as the other aircraft is withing range.
Can the client send the alert once, or maybe twice, but keep a log so that I can refer to after my flight is finished?
Hearing the beeping and seeing the error message repeatedly is a bit obnoxious.

Thanks...a great piece of work in such a short time.
By Ross Carlson 887155
#468452
Kevin Jarvis 1070159 wrote:Sometimes I'll start a flight without my mic/headset plugged on.
When I plug in the speaker connection, I still hear audio from my main speakers.
I go in to the audio section of the client to find that my choice(s) have been deleted.
Once I choose the correct audio output device, all is well.

Is there a way to get the client to remember my settings?


No, there is not currently. Maybe in a future update, but I don't really consider it much of a priority because most people don't unplug their audio hardware. You'll just need to train yourself to plug it in before starting vPilot. (Or just stop and restart vPilot after plugging it in.)

Kevin Jarvis 1070159 wrote:I get the normal red text error message when I don't have the applicable model and/or texture set installed.
The error continues as long as the other aircraft is withing range.
Can the client send the alert once, or maybe twice, but keep a log so that I can refer to after my flight is finished?
Hearing the beeping and seeing the error message repeatedly is a bit obnoxious.


The error will not continue ... not sure what you mean by that. Maybe what you're seeing is vPilot keeps trying to find a match that refers to a model that you actually have installed. It will eventually give up and use the default model. The error will not repeat. You should see that the model it is trying is different every time.

The exception to this is if you have your DEFAULT model set to a model that isn't actually installed. That's a different error and it will go forever. (As it should ...)

The real fix here is to fix your vPilot configuration so that the loaded rule sets don't refer to models you don't actually have!
By Don Desfosse 1035677
#468506
Kevin Jarvis 1070159 wrote:I continue to add AI models and rule sets as indicated by the client.

Kevin, I'm not quite sure what that comment means. You should only install rule sets for AI packages you already have installed. If you get a model matching error, it's because you installed a rule set and told vPilot to go find an AI that you don't have installed. To correct this, you need to delete the rules for which you don't have corresponding AI, or you need to install the AI.