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Mike Ionas

FS2Crew PMDG B77X reference sheet (2-page PDF)

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This a reference sheet I created for the B77X FS2Crew that contains a summary of all the flows and the voice commands required to go through them. It is designed as a 2-page sheet (to be printed as such and perhaps laminated) with the gate/stand to cruise phase on the first page and cruise phase to gate/stand on the second page. Get it here.

 

In the end there is also a small reference of the most used (for myself at least) voice commands.

 

Comments and suggestions welcome.


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Nicely done - I prefer this kind of 'minimal' cheat sheet.  Thanks, going to use it right now. 


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This a reference sheet I created for the B77X FS2Crew that contains a summary of all the flows and the voice commands required to go through them. It is designed as a 2-page sheet (to be printed as such and perhaps laminated) with the gate/stand to cruise phase on the first page and cruise phase to gate/stand on the second page. Get it here.

 

In the end there is also a small reference of the most used (for myself at least) voice commands.

 

Comments and suggestions welcome.

Perfect for me too! Thanks!!


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Iam running out of paper here guys of  all the pdf's  that are appearing,  but well done  to the op   got it down to 2 pages  which is good :Applause:


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Buy a second screen! cheaper than printing.

Buy a second screen! cheaper than printing.


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Why don't you buy some more?

 

Guess I should  have posted  a smiley at the end   instead of  the one I had posted, thought you would  have picked up on it :P


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Guess I should  have posted  a smiley at the end   instead of  the one I had posted, thought you would  have picked up on it :P

 

yep I did, just joshing with you pal :lol:

 

you should think about getting a tablet though if you can afford one. Great for checklists etc especially any documents that are at risk of being updated!

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you should think about getting a tablet though if you can afford one. Great for checklists etc especially any documents that are at risk of being updated

 

 

Thx  for  that but I just went  an bought some paper  for the printer  as you have suggested I should :P    yea  be a lot easier  getting  a tablet 


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Great thanks. I started myself, but glad I found yours.


Eric van Dorp

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Thanks, I put this in my Google Drive folder and then pull it up on my tablet!


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