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Sascha Felix

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  1. Hi, a printed flight plan in FS Commander can consist maximally of three parts: 1. general information, such as departure, destination, aircraft, fuel, etc. 2. waypoint list which looks pretty much like what you see in the flight plan table 3. control zone information if available Any of the these three parts can be checked for printing before the actual printing is done. Note that you can also save and print out a flight plan in XML format in which case you can determine yourself which information you would like to have. We provide a simple style sheet, More complex style sheets must be written by the user. Rgards Sascha
  2. Hi, thank you very much for your kind words. They encourage us to also work hard in the future. Regards Sascha & Volker
  3. Hi Ian, we will think about it, however, we are somewhat skeptical because a ring does not give you exact distances. Apart from that zooming in and out gives a a rough approximation of visible distances. Regards Sascha
  4. Hi Ian, thanks for the suggestion, but why don't you simply take the measuring tool which is extactly for those purposes you mention. A range ring would be no good because it would only work for very short distances; otherwise the ring would have to look more like an egg or an ellipsis. Regards Sascha
  5. Hi Tom, the TCAS alert in FS Commander can be combined with a sound signal. Go to the menu "GPS" and there is an entry TCAS Sound, that should be checked. Regards Sascha
  6. Hi Frank, since we are planning to release a new version 9.1 in October, the tutorial is currently "under construction". We will announce as soon as it is done. Regards Sascha
  7. Hi, I'm not sure I understand what you mean by a "separate text window". The GPS window is a separate window and it contains text message, e.g. for altitude, heading, distance, etc. If this is not what you want, you might want to clarify what exactly you want. Regards Sascha
  8. Hi Kenneth, I would be most happy to help you, if I - or a few other people I showed your post - understood what you are talking about. Of course, nothing happens. What do you expect to happen if something's finished. you don't have to buy a new registration key because the key you got from SimMarket is still valid.The only thing we can advise you to do is somewhat radical. a. Use our fscsetup.exe to de-install FS Commander b. Delete the complete folder in which FSC9 was installed c. Install FSC9 again d. run the Database Manager e. run FS Commander f. choose menu About --> Register g. enter the data as they appear on the SimMarket registration mail Regards Sascha & Volker
  9. Hi, apart from the information in the GPS window there is no separate text information on the aircraft's heading. If you need further information, you can also directly contact me via e-mail. The address you find at the bottom of our home page. Regards Sascha
  10. Hi AoA, First of all, to clarify matters. The problem you have is NOT one of FS Commander, but rather one of WideFS, i.e. transmission of data. Even though this is the case, we have tried to help you in various ways with detailed descriptions. Nevertheless we are willing to check you log files in order to know what is going wrong, not with FS Commander, but with WideFS. Please make a connection between WideServer and WideClient so that in FSX' title bar displays "one client connected" and also the title bar of WideClient shows "connected". Now start your FS Commander and make the connection to FS (menu: GPS - connected to FS") Then close FS Commander and WideClient again. Please send the following files to Volker: WideServer.log to be found in your FS folder under folder/modules. WideClient.log to be found on your client computer where you have installed WideClient Volker's address can be found on your homepage (www.fscommander.com) Regards Volker & Sascha
  11. Hi Kenneth, I'm somewhat confused about what you did, because version 9 - as well as all previous versions - are BOTH for FS9 and FSX. So there is no need to de-install and re-install the program when you switch from FS9 to FSX. The only thing you need to do is to choose FSX on the Display tab of the Options Window. Of course you have to run the Database Manager first to create the necessary databases for FSX. You are NEVER PROMPTED to enter the registration key you received from SimMarket. What you need to do is to enter the registration key you received from SimMarket in the About --> Register. Regards Sascha
  12. Hi, multiplayer aircraft are processed by fsuipc. The limit is 96 aircraft. Furthermore, the range of visible aircraft needs to be set in fsuipc. Range 0 means unlimited range; however, fsuipc places an internal limit of roughly 40nm to reduce processing load. I suggest that you read the chapter "AI traffc and TCAS" in our documentation as well as the corresponding parts in the fsuipc documentation. Regards Sascha
  13. Hi Miguel, Quite frankly I don't understand your problem at all. You don't want to export the flight plan to FSX, but you want to use it in FSX. How is that supposed you work. How can FSX use a flight plan that is only in FS Commander? Telepathy? I'm lost. Regards Sascha
  14. Hi Hans, The flight plans for RC are written in the conventional FS9 format including the flight level. You might want to check in your /Flightplan/Rc/ folder. Why RC ignores this information we do not know. You might want to ask the RC authors, possibly providing a saved flight plan at the same time. Regards Sascha
  15. Salut Yves, IVAO a changé la structure des dates en mars 2011. La version actuelle 9.0 du FS Commander a été changée pour tenir compte de ces changements, mais les versions 8.x ne sont plus supportées, comme annoncé sur notre website. Sascha
  16. Bonjour, je te prie de lier le chapitre Vols avec IVAO et VATSIM --> Les autres avions des pilotes connectés dans la documentation francaise. salut Sascha
  17. Hi Steve, your observation is correct. But this is the way it is supposed to be. Let me explain. First, a SID NEVER starts a the end threshold of a runway, but it starts at its first waypoint. This first waypoint may be located in many cases at an extension of the runway heading, it may even be relatively close to the rwy threshold. But a SID is NOT rwy threshold + some number of waypoints. In fact, there are even places in the world, where a SID is rwy-neutral; i.e. you use the same SID for any rwy of the airport. Second, FS Commander is neutral wrt the departure or arrival rwy. That is, the first waypoint is always an airport, more specifically the ARP of an airport. Why is that. Again, your route NEVER starts at a rwy (as it was the case up until FS5 in 1994), but always at a gate or parking position. At the time of planning you do not yet know the arrival rwy nor do you often know the departure rwy or the taxiways leading to it. All these things are assigned byx ATC. In fact, even if you did know, it would not make any difference for the planning procedure. Therefore a route in FS Commander always goes from the ARP of one airport to the ARP of some other airport. What you do on the ground is up to you (or ATC, if you fly online) and it can be changed at any time. Regards Sascha
  18. Hi Steve, maybe I don't understand your problem correctly. What is "the right place"? Can you give an example. Regards Sascha
  19. Hi Mario, I suggest that you CAREFULLY, VERY CAREFULLY read both Volker's post and the announcement. What you did has little to do with what you were supposed to do. Regards Sascha
  20. Hi James, the network setup for FS Commanders works for XP, Vista, and Win7. The description in the Appendix is meant to be merely an example. Note that it has been observed various times that the combination of Vista and Win7 in a network may produce various problems for which MS so far has not offered any solution. Note also that if you see your mapped drives on the client, this does NOT mean that external programs have access to these drives. The bottom line is that obviously your network is not set up properly. Regards Sascha & Volker
  21. Bonjour Yves, si l'avion que tu veux n'est pas selectionné, tu ne l'as pas selectionné correctement. If faut se rendre compte que pour selectionner un avion if faut cliquer sur le bouton "select" qui se trouve en haut a coté gauche. Tu peux verifier ton choix dans le "status bar" de la fenetre de la carte qui indique l'avion selectionné. Salut Sascha
  22. Salut Yves, il faut selectionner l'avion que tu vas utiliser dans la Aircraft Window (fenetre d'avion) Sascha
  23. Hi Francisco, the tutorial is on the make, but it may take some more time, since we are busy with v. 9.1. Regards Sascha
  24. Salut Yves, en principe, FS Commander est compatible aussi avec XPlane, si tu utilises xuipc (au lieu de fsuipc). Cependent, FS Commander a beaucoup de fonctions qui répondent à des propietés speciales du Flight Simulator, et que XPlane n'a pas (encore); p.e. propietés qui se referrent à la méteorologie, au trafic AI, etc. Naturellement ces fonctions ne sont pas disponibles, si tu utilises XPlane. Mais la connection avec XPlane ainsi que la visibilité d'autres avions fonctionnent sans problème. Sascha
  25. Hi CJordan, First, I never suggested you should delete the scenery, but simply move it to a different folder. It does not make any difference to FX, but it does to FS Commander. Correct, the database manager reads the file whereever you put it, except if it is placed in the main scenery folder. For the rest, I'm always delighted when people talk about things they apparently don't understand. Guess why MS created a folder "Addon Scenery" Well, if you can do without FS Commander, then the problem disappears altogether. Regards Sascha
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