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First of all, I have a question about ASA, most likely pertaining to ASv6.5, but reading the ASA manual made me think of it. I plan on getting ASA for FS9 though.In the real-time/sim-time, what does this mean? I thought I knew, but I'm unsure now. If AS is set to real time does that simply mean the WX displayed is real time, and does changing the sim time effect this? And what does having this set to sim time do? Example, most of my flying has to be done at night because it's when I'm home to "play", but I don't always wanna fly at night in the sim, so I usually just load AS weather then set the time in the sim I want. Sometimes it's real time sometimes it's my personal choice. Does setting sim time mean AS will go back to the daylight hours for that day/date sorta like retrieving archive data? That's how it reads to me, but I wanted to be sure. So, for flights in daylight that occured hours earlier than I have the sim running means I should use sim-time and AS will depict that earlier WX, rather than using an archive option?Also, could you include a feature that allows the volume of 122.000 WX reports be adjusted. I've often wanted to turn the volume down a tad to match my other ATC, which is maxed, so it isn't too loud. Just a request, no biggie if not.Have the VAS and other turbulence simulations been improved/changed from previous versions in FS9? Is the wind shear option new? And the terrain up/down drafts are new/enhanced (work in FS9)??Thanks, I'm looking forward to it!

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Hi Chris,Real time means that we read your system clock and set things according to that time. FS time means that you are going to set the time in FS and we should use that time, like when using historical weather. Most users go with real time in FS and AS. If you want to use the weather that is now, you set AS for real time and then in FS set the time to whatever you wish.For the volume: please send a request to tell-us(AT)hifisim.comYes, they have and yes wind sheer is pretty new. Yes, drafts work in FS9.Thanks!

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Hi Chris,Real time means that we read your system clock and set things according to that time. FS time means that you are going to set the time in FS and we should use that time, like when using historical weather. Most users go with real time in FS and AS. If you want to use the weather that is now, you set AS for real time and then in FS set the time to whatever you wish.For the volume: please send a request to tell-us(AT)hifisim.comYes, they have and yes wind sheer is pretty new. Yes, drafts work in FS9.Thanks!
Okay, so I understand that better. Thanks.The new options in ASA sound very nice! :( Hope I get money for X-Mas, :(

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