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First things first: Congrats @Dave-Pilot2ATCand his team for this "piece of art" ATC software, for the flight simulation enthusiasts as myself, i've tried it for the whole 10-day trial period, every single day, and it convinced me to buy it.

I've been reading this forum and i notice some users are getting "resume own navigation" ATC command... personaly, I like to do long flights, cruising with AP and while cruising, sometimes I'm not close to the PC, so how do you get or request to resume own navigation ?

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You can hit the config button, Speech Tab and under the Copilot Options screen, check "respond to radio" and "Changes Frequecnies". Your "co-pilot" will handle the comms.

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4 minutes ago, kowen said:

You can hit the config button, Speech Tab and under the Copilot Options screen, check "respond to radio" and "Changes Frequecnies". Your "co-pilot" will handle the comms.

Yes but I like to the the comms my self, I only have "change frequencies" checked... still I can't find any command to request own navigation... 

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That means to follow your horizontal flight plan as you filed it. Pilot2ATC will tell you that if you go off course or flying a SID and it is done vectoring you. Your autopilot should be doing that already. 

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On 3/22/2019 at 10:13 PM, kowen said:

That means to follow your horizontal flight plan as you filed it. Pilot2ATC will tell you that if you go off course or flying a SID and it is done vectoring you. Your autopilot should be doing that already. 

Thanks! I get it now... 

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