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Good evening,

Why FSC doesnt do the STAR when you fly with the GPS of FSC conected sur your FS ? What I mean is, I included SID and STAR in my Fly Pan. FSC does very well the SID ( My plane follow the SID proprely) but when I arrived on my destination, the plane after the last point before the STAR jsut fly direct to the airport of arrival with out following the STAR !! Why is that?

Thank you for your help

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Katoomb

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Hi Katoomb,

please read here, makes my life easier: viewtopic.php?f=155&t=74997

I can NOT verify your problem because my aircraft (Aircrafts with FS Standard Autopilot (no PMDG, LevelD ...)) is following the GPS AutoHeading Button to the last WP of the STAR.

After this WP the AC is up to you.

Regards,

Volker

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Good evening,

Why FSC doesnt do the STAR when you fly with the GPS of FSC conected sur your FS ? What I mean is, I included SID and STAR in my Fly Pan. FSC does very well the SID ( My plane follow the SID proprely) but when I arrived on my destination, the plane after the last point before the STAR jsut fly direct to the airport of arrival with out following the STAR !! Why is that?

Thank you for your help

Friendly

Katoomb

Hello Dominique,

La jonction entre le point d'origine de la STAR et la piste est à chercher dans le menu Flight plan/Open Route segment.

Ensuite tu choisis ta piste et le tracé des routes apparaît dans une fenêtre, tu peux alors faire ok et la STAR est alors dessinée jusqu'à la piste.

C'est comme pour FSnav, les datas s'arrêtent au point d'entrée de la procédure ensuite les points sont fait manuellement, c'est ce que nous faisions à un moment donné pour les mises à jour.

Sous FSC tu peux également faire des "route segments" toi-même et les inclure dans ta database, tout ceci est bien documenté dans le manuel.

The junction between the origin point of the STAR and the track is to look in the menu Flightplan / Open Route segment.

Then you choose your track and road layout appears in a window, then you can do OK and STAR is then drawn to the track.

It's like FSnav, stop in at the data entry point of the procedure then the points are done manually, that's what we were doing at any given time for updates.

Under FSC you can also make "road segment" yourself and include them in your database, all this is well documented in the manual.

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Hello Gérard,

Merci de ta réponse, pourquoi n'ai-je pas pensé plus tôt que tu serais là pour me donner la réponse :) J'ai, même si cela te surprend, lu le manuel mais pas évident du tout. Je dirai même que je n'ai rien vu de semblable à ce que tu décris, mais cela doit venir de moi!

Amitiés.

Katoomb

Hi Gérard,

Thank you for your answer, why I did not think earlier that you would be there to give me the answer:) I read, even if it surprises you, the manual but not evident of the whole. I shall say that I saw nothing similar you describing, but it has to come from me!

Kind regards.

Katoomb

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Hello or good evening to you all

One big thank particularly to Gérard, I had the opportunity to try this evening and it work perfectly for the "Star". I followed literally what you have say and it is completed. Still thank you and bravo to the designer of this pro gram, really magnificent realization. I am impatient for the new version hoped for Chrismass 2010.

Kind regards.

Katoomb

Bonjour ou bonsoir à vous tous

Un grand merci particulièrement à Gérard, j'ai eu l'occasion d'essayer ce soir et cela marche parfaitement pour les Star. J'ai suivie à la lettre ce que tu as dis et c'est parfait. Encore merci et bravo au concepteur de se programme, vraiment superbe réalisation. Je suis impatient pour la nouvelle version espéré pour nôel 2010.

Amitiés.

Katoomb

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