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Frank Dhont

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  1. Hello, In Pilot2ATC configuration "Speech", I enabled the Copliot options "Respons to Radio" and "Changes Frequencies". Problem: when changing frequency in Pilot2ATC, the frequencies are not changed in Maddog X. I need to change them manually in the maddog X radio panel, to allow radio communication. Any ideas how to solve this? Regards, Frank
  2. Question is: is this an image from within the simulation (session) itself, or an image from one of the selection menus (eg. intro image, aircraft selection, …? Till now, the "ray-traced" MSFS images seem from selection menus. Any thoughts?
  3. Thanks for reply. Indeed, using MENU -> "activate leg" to resume NAV after "Clear traffic" works fine. Regards, Frank
  4. XP11, Hotstart-TBM900 (Garmin G1000), Pilot2ATC, World Traffic 3. Presume enroute in GPS NAV mode on an airway from waypoint A to waypoint B, next waypoint C. Between waypoint A and B, ATC instructs me a lateral deviation to avoid upcoming traffic. I select HDG mode instead of NAV, and adjust the HDG knob to execute the lateral deviation. Only after passing abeam waypoint B, ATC instructs me "Clear of traffic". My question: How to proceed to resume NAV: which is the most suitable IFR procedure? - Do I need a Direct-TO towards waypoint C, and just before reaching waypoint C, select NAV to resume? - Do I need to delete waypoint B, and previous waypoints? - Do I need to steer in HDG mode on an intercept heading towards leg B-C, and just before interception select NAV? Thanks for clarifying. Frank
  5. Seasons Greetings,and many smooth flights.FrankEBKT
  6. Hi David,Many thanks for the InfoMetar update.Nice to hear that Fly2 is working well on Your PC.All the Best,Frank
  7. Hi Fonchy,Since I switched from win 2000 to win xp, I had the same problem.Adobe photoshop cannot load TGA files of large size (> 1 GB).It can save the large files as TGA.Adobe photoshop accepts TIF files larger than 1 GB.Then You can save them as TGA.If You could convert the large TGA file into TIF, then adobe photoshop can load them.I have no idea if convertor from TGA to TIF exist.All the best with the nice Madrid scenery.Best Regards,Frank
  8. Hi Bart and everyoneI'm still FLYing.Take care,Frank
  9. All the best for the year 2007, and many congratulations Harald with Your JAA-Flightexamer license.(Should be benefical in a later stage for beta testing Fly! Legacy :))Frank
  10. Merry Christmas to all,Zalig kerstfeest aan iedereen,Have nice flight,Frank
  11. Hello, RogerI'm using PCI-Express video card with Fly!2 since 1 year, and can confirm it works fine and fluid (enough fps)Video card Nvidia 6800 (256 MB ram) Pentium 4 3,4Ghz Cheers,Frank
  12. So many thanks Laurent for informing.Nice to hear about Fly!Legacy accepting already DLL's.All the best with the Fly!Legacy development.Cheers,Frank
  13. Hello Laurent,Many thanks for sharing the dll to keep us Flying and Googling.Also, so nice to hear that the Fly!Legacy works are continuing, and will benefit from this dll.Best Regards,Frank
  14. Hello Laurent,Many thanks for the Fly! Legacy development progress report.All those nice Fly!2 addons deserve a future home base, as computers will evolve in time.All the best to the development team,FrankEBKT
  15. Hello Didier,I'm already looking (and listening :) ) forward to this virtual ATC linked to the AI-planes.Thanks for sharing this info.Best Regards,FrankEBKT
  16. Hello Rene,Thanks for sharing the report of the annual ROTW meeting.The superb 3D cockpit panel is already installed as windows desktop background.I remember 2005 being an interesting Fly year: ATR (+ instructor panel), DC3 with real icing simulation, squawkbox and POTW, numerous airports and sceneries 2D and 3D, and many more.And 2006 is looking even more promising, especially the ROTW participation at the Fly! Legacy development which will assure a nice future for Fly.Best Regards,Frank
  17. Hi Harald,That's very good news.The Fly! Legacy developer list starts growing.Yesterday I had a look at sourforge.net and found the Fly! Legacy developer counter already at 7 :)http://sourceforge.net/projects/flylegacyFrank
  18. Hope the "Fly Legacy" open source code development goes smooth and well during 2006. Best wishes for 2006 to the "Fly Legacy" development team. Frank EBKTMaybe a FL2006 ? (Fly Legacy 2006 :) )
  19. Hello Harald,Best wishes for 2006.Looking forward to the BGLTOOLS_V2 containing the BGL2SHP.Another interesting Terrascene year 2006 is coming along.Best Regards,FrankEBKT
  20. Happy New Year,Wish a magnificient 2006, to the Fly community.And looking forward to a smooth development of the future "Fly Legacy"Best Regards,Frank
  21. Hello Laurent,Wish a smooth engine run, before the Fly!Legacy bird will be able to leave the "alpha" nest for the very first time.The Fly! Legacy Cessna panel on the thumbnail is looking good, also the upper righthand part :)So many thanks for the info, and all the best to the Fly!Legacy development team in securing the Fly! series future.Best Regards,FrankEBKT
  22. Thanks for informing Azurro,The detailed flightmodel and the sound of the 2 x 1200 hp engines are superb.The real cherry on the cake is the "virtual" icing and anti-icing appearing and disappearing gradually on the windshield.The METARs will be even more important from now on.Great thanks to Jean and the team ROTW, for this magnificient bird.Frank
  23. Hi Chris,Many thanks for keeping us updated regarding the Fly!Legacy Wiki.FrankEBKT
  24. Hello Rene,Magnificient baby.Back to the "Glasscockpit" of the good old days.No FMS, EGPWS this time .... Gonna love those ARCDME's and holding patterns :)I'll keep a hangar free, between all the ROTW goodies like the TBM, ATR, Seneca, P51, ...Wish a smooth beta test to Jean and the ROTW team.Salutations / Best regards,Frank
  25. Hi Chris,Many thanks for the explanation regarding "theading".Nice to hear that Fly!Legacy make use of libraries allowing multithreading.Best regards,Frank
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