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Dear All flight sim players !

Virtuaflight is a simple interface that allows you to manage your virtual simulation flight as realistically as possible ! Virtuaflight simply connects to your flight simulator and uses this data to constantly update text files as refreshed stream flight labels.

If you wish to broadcast flight parameters to your Live Stream (Twitch for example) from output text files and constantly refreshed, then you need OBS Studio or an equivalent interface. OBS Studio is an open source for free broadcasting parameters suite which Virtuaflight supports. OBS can be downloaded from https://www.obsproject.com 

Free Open Source of VirtuaFlight available at : https://github.com/lord128/VirtuaFlight



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I'm sticking with my own free program FlyLive that has the exact same features :P

Oh and also. Why is the prequisites section word for word the same as the one I wrote for my program? Suspicious

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On 30/05/2017 at 0:32 AM, Sabrefly said:

Hello, can Virtualflight run on a WideClient PC?



Good evening Sabrefly !
Yes it can run on a WideClient PC, don't forget to install FSUIPC before at http://www.schiratti.com/dowson.html
You can download the latest version v 1.01 of VirtuaFlight with the full options and the latest features here at : http://virtuaflight.com

New versions are continuously posted on VirtuaFlight website at : http://virtuaflight.com and GitHub  https://github.com/lord128/VirtuaFlight
Its an open free source and if you are a developper please join to the community, we will be delighted to welcome you on board !
Open Source Code can be downloaded here : https://github.com/lord128/VirtuaFlight

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1 hour ago, Sabrefly said:

CAG2 thanks for the excellent utility, is there a way to keep vertical speed at t/d shown longer on the screen? 


Unfortunately not but that is planned. It's not as easy as it seems to do it.

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