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  1. The depiction yes, but not neccessarily in flight, more like flight planning. I thought maybe there was an simple way, as there is already an elevation model overlaid on the map where you get the "mouseover" elevation. Mabe there was a way to colour an overlay based on this. But anyway, no worries. If it's just me, that doesn't justify the effort.
  2. Hi, while planning flights in British Columbia, I realized that it would be helpful if I could shade all elevations above say 10,000ft, so I could try to find a way through the labyrinth of mountains whilre staying below 10,000ft. Would this be possible without too much of an effort?
  3. I'll try to help as much as I can. I thought maybe the connector fed the information into LNM, and up until now the datafield was filled with the player-ICAO as a placeholder. Then it would be quuite simple, I assume, as you already pull the positional data. Cheers, Chris
  4. No Problem. Is the change needed in LNM, in the connector, or in both of them?
  5. Hi, sorry, maybe I'm too stupid... I use the slippy maps from openflightmaps in AviTab. I'd like to use them in LittleNavMap, too. But this whole DGML stuff seems complicated. Has anybody done this and can help me?
  6. Hi, since X-Plane now publishes the ICAO-Type of the other planes in sim/cockpit2/tcas/targets/icao_type will littlenavmap use this information and display it on the map instead of using the user's ICAO-Type?
  7. Hello Antonio, no need to apologize, maybe I was a little bit too brusk or sarcastic.
  8. I'll try to be polite... Did you by any chance happen to read the say 3 posts before yours? To be even more polite: Yes, it is down, relevant people are informed and are working on it, and 1.3 is the last version.
  9. Same problem here, additionally, trying just the folder modules" sends me to an adult website...
  10. Hi, I tried this and I think it only moves the levers without actually changing the RPM. I found a workaround by setting the axis value to fixed values and assigning them in the MJC Control Panel. By the way, in the Q400 lua-file, there is a function _tl("variable" , "value"), usually in toggle functions. where is this defined?
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