Hi Gerry, |
Yes it can if you use FSUIPC/WideFS
I have always preferred FSC over FSNav. Just a personal preference
thing I imagine but I find it imports and exports to other flight
planners etc easily too.
Gerry Winskill wrote:
If run on a
second, networked machine, will it exercise FMC contol over a flight on
the other machine. If so it would meet my needs for both FS9 and FSX.
At present I'm running FSNav on the second machine, when using FSX, but
only as an on screen chart.
Mike Lucas wrote:
FSCommander is very similar to FSNav in many, indeed most, respects.
The one key difference is that it runs outside FS9 itself, not as a
module within FS9. This means that, if you have a LAN, you can offload
FSCommander on to the other PC. From my little experience of FSC, it
seems to deal with AI aircraft and other multiplayer aircraft better
than FSNav, and has one or two little refinements that I don't think
FSNav has (or at least I haven't found them in FSNav).
I can e-mail you the FSC manual off-list if you're interested.
Tom Smith wrote:
how are you finding the go flight gear.what
about fsuipc is it needed .Paul if you are about is fscommander any
thing like fs nav