Air Manager 4.2 has been released

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FvG
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Re: Air Manager 4.2 has been released

#11 Post by FvG »

After installation of 4.2 all my harware bindings (arduino) were gone. I had to manually redefine them. is there a way to prevend this from happening in the future?

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#12 Post by Ralph »

Where are you running your hardware from? The home tab or the create/edit tab?

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#13 Post by jemac3 »

Morning Ralph,
Has there been any progress on the issue I reported? its really a hassle having to touch the light slider in each gauge to reinitialize. I see my buddy Pat has opened a ticket and we use the same hardware and scripts .. Let me know if you need any additional info or logs..

Thanks,
Jim

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#14 Post by Alamo »

I am a new Air Manager user and this is my first post.

I installed the 4.2 upgrade, but have a question about which flight simulator plugin version to use. The plugin listed on the "Install and Download" wiki page is
"Flightsim Plugins 4.1.0 Home Use (Windows 64-bit)".

Is this the version to use with 4.2 or should we use the version from the 4.2 Beta?

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#15 Post by SimPassion »

Alamo wrote: Mon Jan 15, 2024 5:14 pm I am a new Air Manager user and this is my first post.

I installed the 4.2 upgrade, but have a question about which flight simulator plugin version to use. The plugin listed on the "Install and Download" wiki page is
"Flightsim Plugins 4.1.0 Home Use (Windows 64-bit)".

Is this the version to use with 4.2 or should we use the version from the 4.2 Beta?

Alan
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Great debate had started in the following thread where @Corjan answered : https://siminnovations.com/forums/viewt ... 524#p58524

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#16 Post by Alamo »

Thanks for the link to the answer to my question.
Alan "Alamo" Higgins
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#17 Post by Ralph »

jemac3 wrote: Mon Jan 15, 2024 4:27 pm Morning Ralph,
Has there been any progress on the issue I reported? its really a hassle having to touch the light slider in each gauge to reinitialize. I see my buddy Pat has opened a ticket and we use the same hardware and scripts .. Let me know if you need any additional info or logs..

Thanks,
Jim
I cannot reproduce this. I am waiting for the configuration folder from someone to see if I can reproduce it with his config. That'll happen on Wednesday.

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Re: Air Manager 4.2 has been released

#18 Post by Pat738 »

Ralph
Can I send you some other file (.cfg ????) besides the 15 .siff for my Flight Illusion Gauges to help with this"initializtion" problem. (Sent the .siff files in my open ticket)

I'm also having the Air Manager Windows Application shut down randomly all the time. Can't figure out the cause or sequence that makes this consistent shut down happen.

I'm sure you don't won't to hear this but not once did these issue's happen in v4.1

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#19 Post by Ralph »

I don't want any siffs, I need the complete configuration folder.

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Re: Air Manager 4.2 has been released

#20 Post by jemac3 »

Ralph,
Where do you find the configuration file?/
is it the config.sqlite3

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