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Just installed last night. Visually everything looks ok. As far as sounds, I hear the music, background noises, and others like pushback gates. What I don't hear are any pilot interactions. No check in when entering airspace, no readback confirmations, nothing. Also, the speech recognition doesn't respond to any input. I know the hardware works because I use it with various other voice communication apps (Teamspeak, Ventrilo, Discord). Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit. 16GB RAM, Intel Core i7 Realtek High Definition audio chipset Thanks for a quick response. If I can't get it working I'll need to submit a return. game.log
Hello! I owned Tower 2011 back in the day and recently picked up Tower!3d Pro on Steam. I suspect this has been asked before but I thought I'd go ahead and throw it out there: is there any chance of supporting the "group form" of numbers pronunciation for airliner callsigns? This is the FAA regulation where callsigns like "UAL2042" should be read as "UNITED TWENTY FOURTY TWO" instead of "TWO ZERO FOUR TWO," the latter of which is the only thing Tower seems to support. Even though I know that group form isn't currently supported, it's a tough habit to break from ATCpro and Vatsim.... Thanks for your consideration!
Anyone know why I cant give voice commands on Tower 3D Pro...? I have set the headset as default and I am getting tower in the earphones but I am unable to give voice commands Is there any other keys I should be using? I am trying just speaking I am trying clicking and holding on the speech microphone and then pressing send but nothing happens Any advice guys?????
I am trying to use Lua to create a method of setting the heading in the fsx autopilot by using a voice command such as "set heading two four zero". I saw a code sample somewhere using Google, but can't find it again. In any case, the Microsoft voice recognizer engine won't act like the normal dictation engine when it's running inside fsx. It's looking for the phrase "press two" to press a key, followed by "enter". I want to send a voice recognition phrase, as in "set heading two four zero" and have the recognition engine recognize is as a phrase without requiring any key press strokes. I have already figured out the code to get and send the variable to the autopilot, but it's the ability to have the engine recognize a phrase that's got me stumped. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks