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Greetings all,Just wondering if anyone can help woth one or both of the questions I have:(1) Does each server have it's own isolated environment, or are all the servers linked. For example, if I am connected to the USA-S1 server, will aircraft connected to the EUROPE-C server also be present, or will only the aircraft connected on the same server as me (USA-S1) be present.(2) Relating to Pro Controller, what is the defference between a and a V as the aircraft symbol.Any help with these questions would be greatly appreaciated.Regards :-wave,Chris BrunnerCYVR

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1) They are linked, normally you should see all the aircraft within range on all the servers.2) IFR / VFRErnie.

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Great! Thanks a lot for the info, guys.I have one more question. On the info block for aircraft in Pro Contoller, is it true that the bottom left number is the speed of the aircraft? Because sometimes it is very low.....like 30 knots. I know it's groundspeed, but it's not often that you have such strong headwinds at 1000'. Also, what does the +/- sign indicate in front of the speed and altitude?Reagards :-wave,Chris BrunnerCYVR

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Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.......makes perfect sense, thanks Lee. :-sun1Now if someone can tell me what those +/- signs mean I'll be a happy man.Best Regards :-wave,Chris BrunnerCYVR

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