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Fabio Almeida

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  1. @Renato Are you able to attempt to reinstall the aircraft and see if the crashes still happen?
  2. @turbofandude will be able to elaborate on what we use exactly, though if I remember correctly, it is a FSUIPC event, rather than SimConnect event.
  3. Is the correct sound device set in PACX?
  4. Can you describe exactly what the Jump Ahead function does?
  5. @turbofandude Might be worth taking a look at the above
  6. WAV is a lossless file format, which means there is an improved audio quality compared to mp3 file. mp4 files are video so we are unlikely to add this. This would be decided by the cabin crew, not the pilot. We are not likely to add this in the near future.
  7. This actually does not look like an issue related to the times, it seems like the timezone was not considered. Have you got the link to this flight so we can look at it further?
  8. While I'm unsure what is causing the issue, I have uploaded my Sound.cfg for you: https://drive.google.com/file/d/15h97Lns2-Wg8JebP-glew2PdYO6Vm-na/view?usp=sharing
  9. This is correct, people do sometimes board flights while hungry or thirsty and in the middle of the flight, before snacks and drinks are served become very hungry or very thirsty. This is human nature and we do not intend to change this behaviour at the moment.
  10. This could be a delay from the Virtual Airline side. Are all your smartCARS instances behaving like this?
  11. After a certain amount of time, PACX will recognise the plane is no longer climbing and switch to the cruise phase automatically. Is this not happening? While this would admittedly be hilarious if it was the case, it could be that the flight is simply too short to have a service. What is the typical length of a flight for you? Unfortunately, this would be the responsibility of the cabin crew. Hence, we do not allow the pilot to manually trigger a flight service.
  12. The 717 is not at End of Support. Critical bugs or crashes will still be supported, but there will be no more minor changes to the 717 unless something changes. While I understand that is disappointing, the 717 has been in the market for a long time, supporting a range of platforms from Flight Simulator X to Prepar3D v5. You can search for TFDi_Design_717 in the Effects folder and this should show all the available effects the 717 has.
  13. You cannot do this, I'm afraid. This is something we considered when PACX was created. It would be incredibly time consuming and inefficient to record, filter and then have your computer search through every single city name or destination and play this file. Many major destinations or states are recorded, while smaller destinations are not, which is when a generic announcement will be played.
  14. Can you please open a support ticket via the link in my signature?
  15. This is actually something our team went into great discussions about what to name. Time to takeoff refers to time until wheels up, not block time. Flight time refers to wheels up to wheels down. The issue with block time is it also considers taxi out and taxi in time. PACX stops the clock as soon as a flight is safely on the ground and sufficiently slowed down to not consider a go around. I do not believe this system will change anytime in the near future. I will lock and close this post, as I have also locked it's duplicate.
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