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Changing the time code directly in the code is fine for me. Then where is it ?
 
Changing the time code directly in the code is fine for me. Then where is it ?
 
By the way, is there a forum for these discussions, especially for the Ardrone2 ?
 
By the way, is there a forum for these discussions, especially for the Ardrone2 ?
--[[User:Laurentc|Laurentc]] 10:52, 17 August 2013 (UTC)
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Ok, I have found that the simulator essentially works, but provides a sort of random position on earth for the startup GPS position instead of those in the flight plan header. And in order to have in view the waypoints, you have to press the icon "fit to window" in GCS. Not at the right place on earth, but that"s ok to test the flight plan. --[[User:Laurentc|Laurentc]] 11:29, 17 August 2013 (UTC)

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I could not find where this simulation speed factor can be edited in any configuration file of NPS or anywhere else

You can not supply a simulation speed in a configuration file right now - is that something you want to do? It would be quite easy to add. --Scdwyer 21:35, 16 August 2013 (UTC)

Hello human. My problem is that the simulator generates the warning "Warning: The time factor is too large for efficient operation! Please reduce the time factor.". This happens with a Samsung NC10, and Quad_LisaM2, which seems by the way to be the only way for me to simulate rotor_craft.xml flight plan. So i wonder if this time factor is why the simulator doesn't work properly yet for me with rotorcrafts. All I want to do is to simulate flight plans for an ARDrone2, but since there's no such thing as an paparazzi/conf/simulator/jsbsim/aircraft/ardrone2_raw.xml file, I use Quad_LisaM2. Or is there ? Here I used https://github.com/paparazzi/paparazzi.git Changing the time code directly in the code is fine for me. Then where is it ? By the way, is there a forum for these discussions, especially for the Ardrone2 ?

Ok, I have found that the simulator essentially works, but provides a sort of random position on earth for the startup GPS position instead of those in the flight plan header. And in order to have in view the waypoints, you have to press the icon "fit to window" in GCS. Not at the right place on earth, but that"s ok to test the flight plan. --Laurentc 11:29, 17 August 2013 (UTC)