Now, there's a funny thing.I was running FSC last night but couldn't remember whether it was FS9 or FSX. Since the FSX version is promised for next week I'dnot been able to point it to FSX during the install procedure. So it must have been FS9...........?
I've got FSX running, to try to locate Bones' chopper arrival pad, in the IOM. Out of curiosity I started FSC and selected EGNS as its start point. Sure enough it showed the flight on the ground, at Ronaldsway. In FSX I'm sitting on the ground about 20 miles further North, at Andreas.
When I switched FSC to GPS the aircraft symbol immediately located to Andreas!
So it looks as though FSC just looks for an active flightim prog and connects. Clever, possibly even unintentional?
Gerry Winskill Paul Reynolds wrote:
Gerry, Having the disc, check the version number. The latest is 7.7 with Patch 3 (Build 191106). The updates add North Atlantic and Pacific Tracks to the routing options as well as direct online support for VATSim and IVAO (including weather). If you install AIBridge, you can use it with in Pilot Club. The biggest disappiontment you'll have is the lack of SID's and STAR's but if you using it in conjuction with charts this is less problematic, simply route from the SID exit point and STAR entry. Paul -----Original Message----- From: jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Gerry Winskill Sent: 28 December 2006 21:20 To: jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [jhb_airlines] FSCommander I'm just having a first run with FSC. One of the differences from FSNav that strikes me is that where only one runway heading is ILS equipped then this, unlike FSNav, is reflected in the display. I've been caught out quite a few times looking for a non existant ILS, only to be turned onto a reciprocal heading when the Localiser is captured. Gerry Winskill