Bill Griffith

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  1. Here is a recent video (Aug 11, 2017) by Pilot Pete that might help out.. [P3D v4] Pilot Pete`s Ultra Realistic PTA Preset! Bill Edit: No link to a page of his own though.
  2. They might be hedging their bets with the word "Compatible". Might mean might work. Thanks for the heads up. Bill
  3. I used it in FSX SE. At the bottom of the listing they show that it is v4 compatible though. >FSX with SP2, ACCELERATION PACK and DX10, and FSX Steam Edition, and Prepar3D v2, v3, and v4 Compatible< Bill
  4. This one while not an A2A, isn't too bad. http://www.flight1.com/products.asp?product=c185fbush Bill
  5. It is a mode that changes the display to lower levels of brightness and often color changes so that it isn't so blinding (bright) when doing a night flight with the lights dimmed. Little Nav Map, Navigraph Charts and others have this mode. Bill
  6. Thanks Dave. It would be a nice feature and I can wait for it. Loving P2A.
  7. Does Pilot2ATC have a night mode? If it does, I haven't been able to locate it. Thank you, Bill
  8. Well said Stan! I doubt that I will ever run FSX again. Bill
  9. I heard from Flight1 tech support again. Nothing else to do. Problem solved. Great tech support! I'm impressed. Thank you Flight1. I'm going to enjoy being able to load flight plans and not have to enter them line by line. Bill
  10. I followed the instructions from Flight1 tech support and the problem is resolved. Here is the email from tech support. "Hello, Sorry to hear that you are having problems with the F1 GTN, we are here to help. Let's test a version. Please download this archive and copy the contents here: P3D V4\gauges folder Overwriting the existing ones; make sure to back up the existing gauges. http://data.flight1.net/F1GTN_P3DV4_FPL01.zip Then start P3D, select the GTN enabled aircraft and replicate the problem. After that, quit P3D and send us these log files: My Documents F1GTNlog.txt GTN710U1.txt We will analyze them and get back to you. Let us know how it goes. Do not worry, we will get this problem sorted, we always do. Thank you." I replaced the files as directed and both the 750 and 650 have the import option now. I sent one of the log files to tech support and I didn't find the second log file, GTN710U1.txt. There were two other GTN log files, so I sent them also. I don't know that any further action is required, but if there is I will post that here. Bill
  11. I supposedly have Version 2.03 and the import flight plan selection isn't there. Here is my post to Flight1 - "I purchased and installed GTN Complete for P3Dv4 Version 2.03 or so the installation screen says. The GTN 650/750's work but I don't have a menu selection for importing flight plans. When I run the GTN Config program I don't see a version number on the screen. If I run the Flight 1 Update Tool it shows that I have version 1.11 and in the listed simulators box P3Dv4 isn't shown. I have uninstalled and reinstalled a few time and I also re-downloaded the .exe file and tried again to no avail. Any suggestions? Thank you for the help." I just received an email from Flight1 tech support with some files to try and a list of log files to send to them after I try these files. I will report back, but it will be a bit before I can try this out. Thanks for your reply Richard. Bill
  12. Not yet Fabrizio. My post was moved to a new thread and I was told that tech support should respond soon. I will keep you posted. Bill
  13. I entered a post about this 4 days ago on Flight1's forum and no reply. I opened a ticket today, so we will see. Bill
  14. I'm glad that that worked out for you. The voice command cheat sheet was a big help for me. I have found that less is 'more' for some of those calls. Bill
  15. Well said Brian. "Pilot2ATC is hands down the best AI/VOX driven ATC Suite for FSX/P3D or X-Plane" Without a doubt it is. Bill