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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 11:42 pm 
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I have recently installed the new 3D V4 Accu-Feel in Lockheed Martin prepared 3D V4 and I am having a problem with all float planes which at full throttle only move slowly as if they are on solid ground, when I turn the Accu-Feel off the problem goes away. Has anybody experienced this problem and is there a fix? I have Accu-Feel in my other computer which has Microsoft FS and do not have this problem.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2018 11:18 am 
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Hello,

which aircraft?

I know a few have required edits to make them work correctly with the new P3Dv4 with or without Accu-feel due to stuck and slow issues.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2018 11:32 am 
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Lewis.
I am new to using the forum and don’t know how to address and respond to a reply but thank you for your response re Float plane moving slowly at full throttle with Accu-Feel turned ON. The plane is a C172N Skyhawk on floats Bluewave (Carenado) Have no problem with Accu-Feel turned OFF. Have since checked other planes for problems since installing Accu-Feel in Lockheed Martin 3DV4 and have the following.

PIPER CUB.
Unfortunately this problem is not corrected by toggling Accu-Feel OFF & toggling the Aircraft (Piper) OFF. The plane taxi’s OK but on accelerating for takeoff cannot be controlled, veers off course and crashes. I have Accu-feel in another computer with FSX installed and do not have a problem with the Piper Cub.

KODIAK. All versions. Have 2 problems since installing Accu-Feel which are not corrected with Accu-Feel Toggled Off & the aircraft (Kodiak) toggled OFF.
1/ Pressing Q + E Does not shut down engine; it keeps going into re-start mode. Resetting the Scenario does not correct this only shutting down & restarting Prepare 3D corrects it. 2/ Cannot display the GPS.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 30, 2018 6:25 am 
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Hello,

are the aircraft you are using P3Dv4 aircraft or are you trying to port aircraft into the sim that are not created with the P3Dv4 PDK?

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 30, 2018 1:20 pm 
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The Piper Cub came with the Lockheed Martin 3DV4 package. The Kodiak and Cessna float plane were imported but did not have problems before installing Accu-Feel. I can fly the Float plane with Accu-Feel OFF and the Kodiak’s engine shutdown problem does not prevent me flying it so if they cannot be solved I can live with their problems but would like to resolve the Piper Cub problem.
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