cbreeze

ASXP menu in full screen mode

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Greetings,

I just purchased and installed ASXP in XPlane11.  I was checking it out and it worked great in XPlane11 windows mode.  I normally run XPlane in full screen mode and when I switched over, I could not figure out how to access the ASXP control panel.  Can someone please help me out?

Thank you,

cbreeze

 

 

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The ideal would be to have two monitors, and push it to the 2nd monitor - that's how I used it...

Other than that you can always use Alt-TAB to navigate to other app interfaces ( including ASXP ) or hit the "window" key in your keyboard to access the toolbar and from there get into the ASXP control GUI.

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Or you can use it over a network, if you have a spare laptop. That's what I am doing and it works excellently. The ASXP weather map as well as the FS-FlightControl moving map are both on display on the laptop.

Kind regards, Michael

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pub, 

Thanks for the response.  I am on a network and have a spare laptop.  How can I get information on how to do as you suggested?

I have a pilots license and use an app on my iPad to get real time Aviation weather.  The little I played with ASXP last night showed the weather on ASXP was spot on with what was showing on my aviation weather app.  I have been using my IPad for real time weather for a long time now.  I would like to take advantage of some features ASXP has while flying the sim.

Thank you,

cbreeze

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14 minutes ago, cbreeze said:

pub, 

Thanks for the response.  I am on a network and have a spare laptop.  How can I get information on how to do as you suggested?

 

It's in the User's Guide under Networked Configuration, page 69. It's pretty straightforward (and even simpler than for AS P3D4 which I use networked, too). As far as I recall, you just have to define a network share on the X-Plane server and point ASXP on the client to it, and that's it. 

Kind regards, Michael

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