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  • oblongmushroom
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    I think your correct.

    Sim issue for sure. No real friction model for tire contact! Seem FS2020 has resolved this hacked up code!

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  • Emi
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    Originally posted by oblongmushroom View Post
    NOTE: most will not notice this but its sliding forward inch by inch slowly.
    Intersting note, I noticed this sliding for years and years with many aircraft already, so I always put it down as a brake problem with the sim.
    By that time RealTurb did not even exist yet.
    Well, if there's a fix coming for it, whatever way it is, I'm happy!

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  • oblongmushroom
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    That's great news Manolo!

    I noticed realTurb moves the airframe with engines running and parking brake on.
    this is what I have found with the MaddogX MD-88.

    NOTE: most will not notice this but its sliding forward inch by inch slowly.

    aside from that, the MD-88 product is stellar and very realistic. I'm amazed I did no know about it. I won't praise it too much here!
    Last edited by oblongmushroom; 21Jan2020, 17:56.

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  • Sekkha
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    Just received the following message from the developer:

    "Just for info, I managed to reproduce the issue you had after slewing or taking off and then landing with the effects again not stopping and I fixed it. There are some more fixes on the way so v1.8 will be coming this week most probably including the ground fix."

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  • oblongmushroom
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    all sorted by the moderator! TSS definitely adds the final touch on my Jets!
    Loving the Maddog . Thanks Sekkha!

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  • oblongmushroom
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    Originally posted by Mickel View Post
    Have you tried the Maddog forums? It’s a more appropriate place to ask than here. You’ll probably find an FAQ answer.
    yeah did that, just know he uses it.

    thanks

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  • Mickel
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    Have you tried the Maddog forums? It’s a more appropriate place to ask than here. You’ll probably find an FAQ answer.

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  • oblongmushroom
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    What's the location of the MaddogX sound folder? do not see it anywhere so I can overwrite it with the TSS sound upgrades

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  • Sekkha
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    yes, the MaddogX is a great piece of software, too !

    P.S. no further news at the moment regarding RealTurb.

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  • oblongmushroom
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    Originally posted by Sekkha View Post
    Hi all,

    in another thread I got curious about RealTurb and so I gave it a try for Europe. And I must say I am rather pleased with its effect, but only when flying. There is one annoying thing on the ground which seems to affect only PMDG aircraft and which will probably prevent me from using it.

    When parked or taxiing and the tail pointing into the wind, the plane is rocking up and down (wheel struts, in the 744 the nosewheel strut, are compressing and decompressing all the time). This is extremly annoying and I guess quite unrealistic when a fully loaded 747 gets rocked up and down by a 17 knots tailwind while parked. I havent seen this happening with default aircraft or with the MaddogX, and it also only happens when there is a certain tailwind component.

    If you have RealTurb Europe you can try at GCTS or any other Canarian Island. Set Aktive Sky historic weather for example to January 6th, 12:00 UTC and set the aircraft on the ground with the tail pointing into the wind...

    I wrote the developer to suggest to maybe implement something like a groundspeed threshold below which the effect stops, but as this seems to be PMDG specific I would be interested also in knowing what could possibly cause that? Is it the custom animations? Any ideas?

    best regards
    I had no idea there was a Maddog-X (MD-82) until I saw your post.

    All I can say is wow after purchasing it. The flight modeling and ground handling along with amazing effect and animation are what I have been wanting. Livery management > Updating aircraft is top-notch > works everytime . When you roll down the runway and use aileron you get very nice dynamic actuation in the struts. On landing, it looks and feels so real on touchdown. Flight surfaces all move fluidly like the real thing. the dark exhaust from the turbines is very realistic. Some say its the most realistic out there. I the TSS Sound Pack for it. Dayum its pretty damn perfect this jet.

    /// You guys should have a look at the spec list for it! RealGlass, Icing > fogging > Rain



    Best

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  • VHOJT
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    Originally posted by jgoggi View Post
    Any news from the developer?
    He's now looking at tying the effect to fixed N1...

    Sorry! Just a light-hearted joke

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  • jgoggi
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    Any news from the developer?

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  • Sekkha
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    It seems to be fixed only partially at the moment. If you start on the ground its ok, but as soon as plane gets airborn and then gets back to ground the effect is being applied again. I am in contact with the developer regarding this. Lets see again

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  • Ephedrin
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    yup:

    copy the dll included in the zip file into RealTurb North America folder and overwrite existing dll.
    v1.7 Changelog *************** - RealTurb turbulence effects also applied when on ground bug fixed.
    Great! Thanks for your effort Manolo!!

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  • oblongmushroom
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    Hi Kevin,
    Must be fixed > I tested it yesterday and no issues so far.

    posted my findings a fey clicks up!


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  • Captain Kevin
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    Originally posted by Sekkha View Post
    Yes, the answer is from the developer of RealTurb. I suggested them to introduce a groundspeed threshold below which the effect stops. Dont know if they will considers that or if there is really a bug which can be solved. Lets see..
    Looks like they've fixed it, or at least I got the e-mails saying they were updated. I can't check myself since I'm not at home.

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  • Michael Codd
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    Turning them off in AS might reduce the desired effect on your PMDG aircraft's behaviour and performance; especially in Windshear/EGPWS encounters.

  • Sekkha
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    Sorry Michael, I missunderstood you. I thought you were refering to the adjustable tailwind component to trigger the turbulence filter for AP/AT which is in the settings of the 744.

  • Sekkha
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    Yes, the answer is from the developer of RealTurb. I suggested them to introduce a groundspeed threshold below which the effect stops. Dont know if they will considers that or if there is really a bug which can be solved. Lets see..

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  • Ephedrin
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    Originally posted by Sekkha View Post
    just got an answer from the developer:

    "Hi,
    Thanks for the feedback! Bug is confirmed indeed! (You are the first to report this)

    I will try and issue an update this week with the fix."

    Great !!




    Just to make sure: A bug in Realturb?

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  • Sekkha
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    just got an answer from the developer:

    "Hi,
    Thanks for the feedback! Bug is confirmed indeed! (You are the first to report this)

    I will try and issue an update this week with the fix."

    Great !!





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  • oblongmushroom
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    just installed it to try today and its so realistic. definitely worth getting

    In real life a flight I made from KSMO to KCMA can be choppy at VFR levels.
    with RealTurb I experienced extremely accurate effects, if not the same as in real life.

    Had no issues with it on the ground with the PMDG 777.
    Last edited by oblongmushroom; 13Jan2020, 05:23.

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  • oblongmushroom
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    easy to uninstall?

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  • VHOJT
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    I find it a great add-on generally, but a down-side can be that it triggers turbulence effects of your camera program/plane etc. whilst on the ground.

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  • Ephedrin
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    Manolo, I‘ve noticed issues taking off with the float version of the A2A Piper Cub. These issues only appeared in North America, not in Europe. I only have Realturb NA. Someone in the A2A forum suggested to turn off the up- and downdrafts in Active Sky, which I thought I had deactivated but in fact they had been set to +/- 500 fpm. After the deactivation those issues were solved. As said before this only happened in North America, maybe you find the solution by turning them off too. Might be worth a try.

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  • Michael Codd
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    I am fairly certain the built in FMS turb settings are not affected by the AP/FD. Part of their effects is to provide shaking on the ground during takeoff and wing flexing in flight. I do know that some users have had a few issues with their turbulence effects and in the past it has been put down to the various Turb settings in AS being set too high. If users are also using RealTurb as well, then it is hardly surprising they are experiencing a few exaggerated and unwanted shakes.

  • oblongmushroom
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    Another interesting video on RealTurb for those interested. > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWUBSe5FOGc

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  • Sekkha
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    just another detail: when parking brake is set the rocking stops as well.
    So conditions to reproduce it for me are: tailwind of certain strength, engines running, parking brake not set
    Happens with the 747 and with the NGXu , just the same

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  • oblongmushroom
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    Sorry, what is RealTurb?

    edit: answered my own question via Youtube Research > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P245mLZyAic
    Last edited by oblongmushroom; 12Jan2020, 19:13.

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  • Sekkha
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    Ok, thank you very much !
    This is really weird...no idea what could be different here with our PMDG planes
    I cant get rid of that for the moment

    best regards

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