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  1. Hi Aris, the warnings are from EDDB. The file contains taxiway definitions which point to a node with ID = 270 but such a node is not available.
  2. Hi Aris, Is this already 11.51r1 of X-Plane, or which version? That's indeed a good question 😎. If you like you may send me the two files for further inspection. E:\X-Plane 11\Custom Scenery\eddt_scenery_pack\earth nav data\apt.dat E:\X-Plane 11\Custom Scenery\limesim - eddb berlin brandenburg\earth nav data\apt.dat The error concerning EDVM seems to be related to the file E:\X-Plane 11\Custom Scenery\global airports\earth nav data\apt.dat
  3. Problem SOLVED! It was not EFB 2.2.121 which caused the troubles, it was another third-party add-on which was updated in the same time frame but then caused the problems. Thanks to Bob, for helping to find the cause.
  4. Hi Ben, thank you for these screenshots. I did a couple of test flights this morning, created the flight plans in SimBrief and as an alternative one flight plan manually in EFB. Unfortunately I could not reproduce it that my aircraft was indicated as red snapshot traffic and also not as a TCAS target. However, on a second installation of EFB (not connected with the simulator) I could see my aircraft as a red snapshot traffic item. My guess is that the callsign was either not properly entered in SimBrief or it was a typo in the callsign which prevented EFB from detecting your own aircraft in the snapshot traffic. Can you please check the following items when doing your next flight: SimBrief: ATC Callsign entered, see screenshot below. Callsign not to be mistaken for Flight-No. EFB Sidebar: Check whether your callsign is displayed on the EFB sidebar in the routing panel
  5. When it happens the next time could you please create a set of support files, one from the Server, one from the Client and upload them here? Alternatively you also may send them to support@aivlasoft.com. Let me know your call sign and how did you create the flight plan (manually in EFB, or externally in SimBrief, or PFPX, or other source). thank you!
  6. Hi Ray, thanks a lot for this information. I wasn't aware of these doubled message boxes. That's indeed not obvious and I have to fix it. EDIT: Here's a screenshot about the situation. Depending on the size and location of the Client window it might happen, that the message box (see red arrow) is almost invisible because of its position behind the splash screen. Especially when the back color of the Desktop is set to a dark color it is very difficult to see the border of the message box. So if you experience that the Client hangs at "Checking for updates ..." click on 'Hide' at the top right corner of the splash screen (see red ellipse) to close the splash screen and bring the message box to front. It will be fixed with next update.
  7. The so called 'soft buttons' should also be available on the ground chart. It's a glitch in the latest update. They will be available again with next update. It should be part of this latest update. Can you check whether your EFB flight plan contains your callsign? The callsign is used to identify your own aircraft in the snapshot traffic data.
  8. already reported here: https://forum.aivlasoft.com/topic/4846-client-v22-build-121-hangs-at-checking-for-updates/
  9. I guess that the following path to the file 'scenery.cfg' is wrong: C:\ProgramData\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v3\SceneryIndexes\scenery.cfg Usually this is as follows: C:\ProgramData\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v3\scenery.cfg I have no idea where the part 'SceneryIndexes' comes from. Did you enter this manually, or maybe does it come from a restored serverSettings.txt file?
  10. Try to restore the above mentioned folders from your backup.
  11. Be careful when restoring these folders because they are not from the same version 2.2.121
  12. Hi Peter, do you run any Mods for the A320neo? You may try to add the following line (without quotation marks) in the textbox "Airfile names" in the Profile Editor: "A-320neo"
  13. Yes. Before you run the uninstaller, please make a backup of the following folders. These folders can be restored after a new installation of the same version. Server: C:\Users\Bob\Documents\AivlaSoft\EFB2\Server\AFCAD C:\Users\Bob\Documents\AivlaSoft\EFB2\Server\AIRAC C:\Users\Bob\Documents\AivlaSoft\EFB2\Server\License Client: C:\Users\Bob\Documents\AivlaSoft\EFB2\Client\Minima C:\Users\Bob\Documents\AivlaSoft\EFB2\Client\Profiles C:\Users\Bob\Documents\AivlaSoft\EFB2\Client\Routes After installing the Server and Client, but BEFORE you run them for the first time (untick the option "Run Server", or "Run Client" on the final dialog of the installer), restore the above mentioned folders to the same location. Overwrite new folders if necessary.
  14. Did you already try a complete uninstall and a new installation using the latest complete installers?
  15. Ben, please see the manual "5 EN Client.pdf" chapter 13.3.
  16. Hi Ray, it might be that due to the update of the EFB binaries the Windows Firewall does no longer allow the Client to access the internet. Hanging at "Checking for updates ..." means that the Client cannot access the internet. Did you already check the Windows-Firewall whether it allows the Client to access the internet?
  17. No, it will not work, because Registry settings and content of Data Folders have changed. From the logfile I can see that Client, Server, ActiveSky and Simulator are all running on the same computer. I don't know whether some more add-ons are running at the same time? The specs of the computer are at the lower edge and maybe memory also plays a role in this regard. If you try to run just EFB Client and Server, but no other add-ons and no simulator, does it then work?
  18. Thanks for uploading the support files. Apart from 'timeouts' I cannot see any suspicious entries so I don't have a clue what's the cause for the problems on this computer.
  19. Hi Bob, could you please provide a set of support files so I can have a look into them. Are you running MSFS? Then COM frequencies cannot be set from EFB yet. Please see the limitations here: https://www.aivlasoft.com/msfs-limitations.html
  20. Hi Mike, currently this is not possible, but I will take it into account for possible future improvements.
  21. Configuring a network is a "User task" and therefore beyond the scope of EFB. If you are not familiar with networking I suggest to ask a friend or even a professional. Sorry, but supporting network related tasks is almost impossible from remote.
  22. Today we have released the latest version 2.2.121 which now officially supports the new Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 / MSFS. Current installations of version 2.1.119, as well as the pre-release versions 2.1.120 will be updated automatically upon next startup. It is mandatory to apply this update for all users even for those who are not using MSFS. Please bear in mind that support can only be given to the latest version of EFB. What's new: Supports MSFS v1.12.13.0, including Navigraph MSFS Navdata, cycle 2013 rev. 5. Because of the fact that MSFS is still under development and the SDK (software development kit) is still not complete, there are a few limitations when running EFB v2.2.121 with MSFS: https://www.aivlasoft.com/msfs-limitations.html New aircraft profiles for MSFS specific aircraft can be downloaded from the contributions section of this forum: https://forum.aivlasoft.com/topic/3002-profiles/ New features independent of MSFS: Navaid frequencies can be tuned directly from the world map using right-mouse-click. Navaid frequencies can be tuned directly from the procedures panel using right-mouse-click. EDIT: Due to a "last-minute" bug tuning of navaids via right-mouse-click does not work. Sorry, it will be fixed with next update. A new terrain depiction mode was added which presents the terrain contour lines relative to MSL (mean sea level) Points of interest on world map [Online VATSIM/IVAO] ATC ribbon now indicates letter of current ATIS message [Online VATSIM/IVAO] ATC ribbon now allows to scroll left/right at any time using the mouse wheel For details about these new features, please see the updated manuals, especially "5 EN Client.pdf".
  23. Hi Scott, what you describe ("tracked up until about half way through") sounds like what I have already mentioned above: The network seems not to be properly configured.
  24. Hello ??? (According to the forum rules, please sign your posts with your real first name. Thanks) It's a bit confusing that the simulator's computer has the IP-address 10.0.087 and on the same page of the X-Plane Network settings I can see that the Multiplayer machine has an IP-address 192.168.0.1. I must assume that the network is not properly configured. Properly in this regard means 'not configured according to the most common rules'. But maybe this isn't the cause for the problem. EFB Server is connecting to X-Plane via local network and therefore it is using the default port numbers 49000 and 49001. Please check on the X-Plane Network page, UDP ports, whether the port numbers are as follows (see attached screenshot): Port we receive on (legacy): 49000 Port we send from (legacy): 49001
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