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Curious How ASX works on Saved Flights

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Guest TonyPiech

I've setup a current date & time transAtlanic flight from Orlando to London, kinda boring, so I used the increased simulation speed control and also saved the flight. I'm just curious to know how does ASX function when the simulation rate is increased and what is the source of weather being generated when a saved flight is reopened? Is it the current weather conditions when ASX was initially opened, is the weather adjusted when the simulation speed is substantially increased. On saved flights is it the weather when initally started or is it the weather when the flight is restarted? Also do you need to activate ASX before starting FSX and restarting a saved flight?I don't have any problems with ASX and X-Graphics, I'm just somewhat curious as to what occurs when flght speed in increased and what weather conditions are used when saved flights are restarted.

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Hi Tony,4X is the fastest we suggest.To save flights we suggest that you save the flight in FSX and also save the weather in ASX. On the continuation of the flight, load the saved weather into ASX.Some weather is saved with your saved flight in FSX, but the range is limited.Hope this helps,Jimhttp://www.hifisim.com/banners/hifi-community-sigbanner.jpghttp://www.hifisim.com/

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Guest TonyPiech

Thanks for the quick response Jim, I'm learning a bit more about ASX, didn't know that I could save the weather on a saved flight, will do that the next time.

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