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Why you should consider "persistent world"?

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With Didier's upcoming flight planning, VolNav, there will be the option to "engage" the volNav created flight plan while FLY2 is run with the "persistent world" start up option. What this option does is it remembers exactly the status of where you left the plane before exiting the program. What this means is that real virtual pilots can use this mode to literally live with the plane as it takes off from one airport and lands at another, without ever worrying about using the adventure, the "saved simulation" or the Teleport option or the default start location. Of course, if you want to start your flight plan in another part of the world, then these other option will do just fine. But in the persistent world, you live flying like real pilots do: you simply cannot start, stop, change locations at will.If you crash the plane and then exit, The plane will behave "crashed " when you restart fLY2. So, as you can see, you can enhance your sim experience with persisten world in ways that no other sim can for you. In the very near future, I will also revisit Autoweather and make some changes if necessary. I never used it with persistent world so I need to check it out more carefully. Good things are coming, and we need to thank the folks at ROTW.tony

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05/01/03 1341 You clarified something that has been bothering me. I use persistant world because there is no default location in Fly II and always want to start from DTW Detroit Metro Airport. I noticed something which I do not understand. My GPS in the Cessna 172 shows the last Airport I was at when I start Fly II instead of DTW.

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