Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

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Re: Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

Post by DD Stanislaw » Saturday 21 Mar 2020, 09:57

Witam.
Jak na razie elementy te nie zostały jeszcze poprawione.
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Re: Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

Post by Martin_Starski » Saturday 21 Mar 2020, 14:00

jjgorzow wrote:
Friday 20 Mar 2020, 18:33
był push-back który śmiga po trawie i progu pasa 28
Witaj, sprawdz prosze ten fix: https://www.dropbox.com/s/rkzjjt3jp16k3 ... 2.zip?dl=0

Daj znac czy jest poprawa.

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Re: Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

Post by Bulva » Friday 03 Apr 2020, 17:26

Hello,
I have been testing the new beta version of XP11.50b1 since yesterday.
All DD sceneries that I have work correctly except for Polish Airports vol.3 XP Windows v2.0.
XP does not start.
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Re: Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

Post by Martin_Starski » Saturday 04 Apr 2020, 07:49

We are talking about the beta version of XP, which means that the error should be reported to Laminar Research. It's even mentioned in the log file:

0:00:15.893 E/SYS: THREAD FATAL ASSERT: rel_assert Error! Possibly an out of range vector! Attach the debugger and see who called this!
0:00:15.893 E/SYS: THREAD FATAL ASSERT: i < intmax2(trimax,linemax)
0:00:15.893 E/SYS: THREAD FATAL ASSERT: build_obs_v8
0:00:15.893 E/SYS: THREAD FATAL ASSERT: Please report this to Laminar Research.
0:00:15.893 E/SYS: THREAD FATAL ASSERT: C:/jenkins/design-triggered/source_code/app/X-Plane-f/../../engine/OBJ/OBJ_read.cpp:668

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Re: Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

Post by Bulva » Saturday 04 Apr 2020, 13:01

Of course, I reported an error.
But it seems strange that no other DD add-on has a problem with the new beta (except of course groundtraffic).
I checked the old version of Polish Airpots vol.3 and it works.

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Re: Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

Post by DD Stanislaw » Saturday 04 Apr 2020, 13:53

Hey.
The problem is that we are unable to troubleshoot this issue at this early stage of Vulcan implementation. I believe this will get better with each new iteration of the sim.
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Re: Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

Post by APendrag0n » Monday 06 Apr 2020, 22:21

Cześć,

Znalazłem chyba obejście, póki co u mnie działa. Proszę kogoś o przetestowanie i potwierdzenie.
W katalogu ...X-Plane 11\Custom_Scenery\DD Polish Airports vol.3\Autogen należy usunąć (lub lepiej gdzieś przenieść) pliki: industrial.fac oraz industrial.png.

Pozdrawiam!

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Re: Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

Post by Martin_Starski » Tuesday 07 Apr 2020, 09:52

Thanks for the suggestion about temporary fix of removing (copying as a backup) the files industrial.fac and industrial.png from X-Plane 11\Custom_Scenery\DD Polish Airports vol.3\Autogen in the new version. We will check it.

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Re: Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

Post by Bulva » Tuesday 07 Apr 2020, 10:20

I've tested. Unfortunately this trick doesn't work for me :-(

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Re: Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

Post by Martin_Starski » Tuesday 07 Apr 2020, 10:41

The thing is that we tried to load to EPWR (which is a part of PA vol 3 XP V2) and with Vulcan enabled everything works fine, no issue...

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Re: Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

Post by Bulva » Tuesday 07 Apr 2020, 13:21

This is a very strange and mysterious mistake.
There really is no error when I run XP + Vulkan on EPWR.
It is also good for: EPLL, EPKT, EPGD, EPPO, EPKK and others.
But when I run EPWA (of course DD) or EPSY -> then there is a crash.
(When I remove PAv3 it is OK)
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Re: Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

Post by Bulva » Tuesday 07 Apr 2020, 13:27

The error is also here: EPMO, EPBC, EPMM

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Re: Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

Post by Martin_Starski » Tuesday 07 Apr 2020, 14:05

Thanks for info - we will be monitoring the situation, but at the moment our status is as following:
DD Stanislaw wrote:
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The problem is that we are unable to troubleshoot this issue at this early stage of Vulcan implementation. I believe this will get better with each new iteration of the sim.

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Re: Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

Post by Bulva » Wednesday 08 Apr 2020, 21:59

Hello,
There is a new version of XP 11.50b2.
The PAv3 error now appears directly in the window:
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Re: Polish Airports vol.3 XP V2

Post by Martin_Starski » Thursday 09 Apr 2020, 13:19

Thanks a lot for all reports - we greatly appreciate them. I can assure you that we monitor them and we will definitely correct all errors as soon as Laminar provides the appropriate tools.

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