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FSC works with x-plane!


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Did anyone else know this?

I just "discovered" xuipc (fsuipc for x-plane) and the first thing I tried with it was FSC and it works fine and dandy over a network!

Obviously it is using the FSX database so a lot of airports that are in x-plane are not there at all but that's about the only hiccup I have found. I haven't tried sending frequencies or hooking it up to autopilot ( I never use these features) and I doubt whether they would work. But as a flight planner and moving map it's perfect! I wonder how much work it would take to be able to read the x-plane database? Might be worth looking into ? FSC is obviously windows only so that puts the mac heads out of the picture but I believe a lot of x- plane users are on windows and a growing number (including me) have had enough of FSX and swapped over.

Food for thought

john m

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I also use FSC with X-Plane. It works well including hooking it up to the Autopilot, you just have to ignore the altitude read out on its display. As I fly on the VATSIM network it also gives me the position of other aircraft every 3mins. Don't know what I would do without it!

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