Nick M wrote:
That's an odd one Fizzelle as the A2A products don't record the persistent state on a 'per-aircraft' basis. Instead the *Log.dat file which records the state and any failures and so on should be shared across all the Cherokees.
Do you have any other software installed which may be responsible? Something like FSEconomy for instance?
Also, have you tried checking the issue after a system restart?
No difference after a system restart. No other software installed other than PlanG - hang on I will check the "SimConnect" bit on that now...no difference.
OK, here's what happens. By a process of elimination if I:
1) load another livery (aircraft), the radio works.
2) reload the original aircraft, the radio now works.
I suppose I have two questions:
1) Why did the radios fail in the first place and
2) Why does loading and unloading different liveries seem to fix the problem.
I think part of the problem was that I saved the scenario when the radio was broken. If I do numbers 1 and 2 above in a live session, and get the radios working, and THEN save the scenario, all seems to be OK again.
How very odd. Dunno if it's the sim or the A2A. As I said, it's only the A2A Cherokee that seems to have this problem. The Commanche seems all A OK!