I guess there is not away to switch focus on the cargo from the f3 window but thru the scn editor?
might want to add legs or lower the edge to it is firmly in the ground. This is going to be an issue due to non flat surface.
nice furniture. Now if we had people inside. Will the door open?
You can use my lunar modules for habitat if you want. No interior just exterior
Unfourtanly, this problem can't be solved. If I lowered the edge it will appear under the ground for flat surfaces (i.e. no solution works for both flat and non-flat surfaces). The cargoes are set for flat surfaces.
It's a G42 issue, not a UCSO one. I found the issue in the code but since I am traveling, I can't fix it now. I will fix it once I am back home (should be after 2 weeks).I don't know, if this is the right place to ask...or it might be more a G42-200 problem ?
I tested the latest UCSO package in the G42 Startliner.
The idea was, to have a tiny bit more fuel.
I tested the various functions which UCSO offers.
After hitting "SHIFT+C" I can see the UCSO-HUD.
Here I loaded/unloaded/grappled some cargos...all fine
The RESOURCE-transfer worked, too.
How to switch off CARGO-MODE (SHIT-C) ?
The manual states SHIFT-C is a "toggle" for the dedicated UCSO-mode and its HUD.
However, after enabling the UCSO-cargo-mode, there seems to be no way to switch it off again.
So after the first SHIFT-C, all other following SHIFT-C's are not doing anything for me.
Stuck in cargo-mode now.
Currently, I don't have any Windows-box available, I am using various WINE versions in Linux.
So issues like above might be a WINE thing. (?)
Nope, this code is correct. The issue is that once in cargo mode, I don't listen to the Shift+C command anymore (there is no "case OAPI_KEY_C" in the switch statement in cargo mode). I don't know how I missed it!From G42 sources G422_SIM_CONTROLS.cpp starting line 1095:
if (ucsoInstalled) cargoMode = !cargoMode;
else timer = 0;
Could this be the issue ?
I am not a developer but maybe "if (ucsoInstalled) cargoMode == !cargoMode;"...could help ?
One problem is the UCSO-HUD overlay but more important, all SHIFT-C related SHIFT-<whatever UCSO sepcific action) are all permanent active.
For the moment I don't have a Windows build system available to test this...any ideas ?
Again, from the G42-manual:
"...When in cargo mode, the HUD display will show cargoes data instead of normal data, and normal shortcuts that have Shift key in it won’t work....."
The problem is, I cannot "leave" the cargomode using SHIFT-C.
Only Orbiter-restart "fixes/forces" back to default-non-cargo-mode.