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Matthew Allen Schuld posted a topic in Little Navmap | Little Navconnect | Little Logbook Support ForumLittle NavMap looks great! Does the moving map work within FSX fullscreen mode? For example, could I have the moving map working on a dual monitor setup while running FSX in fullscreen? Thanks!
Harvgordon posted a topic in The Prepar3d ForumFind an interesting entry on Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In-flight_entertainment#Moving-map_systems It would be really cool to have a moving map add-on. Displaying flight information on the screen. Just like what you see on the PTV in a real aircraft. This is what I am talking about. https://50skyshades.com/blogs/web-embassy/panasonic-in-flight-systems http://www.flightpath3d.com/en/htmlinteractive.html As far as I know there is an add-on named "Feelthere MAP!" functions in a similar way like this, but it is outdated and incompatible with P3D. Is there any alternative besides "Feelthere MAP!"? By the way, I am looking for an add-on which records detailed flight information, like the information regarding "time of push back", ""actual time of departure", "actual time of arrival", "Estimated time arrival", "Actual time of landing at destination". Just like the information posted on FlightAware or Flightradar24. Any advice would be appreciated.
Robert McDonald posted a topic in Flight Simulator Tips and TricksFive hours of pain because I suffered a senior moment when I blew out all my USB port assignments using USBDeview.exe. First: Garmin Pilot (For Android or iPad) is a solid tool that will bring your immersion to even greater heights. It's free for 30 days, but if you want to try "SAFE TAXI" (Highly recommended) you will need to buy a year of that service even if you choose not to subscribe to the underlying Garmin Pilot. You can connect FSX to your tablet and use this app, but several little kinks: IN FSX: Start FSUIPC (paid version 4.5 or higher by Pete Dowson), and find the GPSOut settings. YOU MUST enable GPSOut to make the Garmin Pilot Work, and YOU MUST choose the correct com port which is assigned when you pair your tablet to your FSX PC via BLUETOOTH. If you do not do this, you will never ever be able to make Garmin Pilot work, period. In FSUIPC click AutoSave/GPSout tab. Right side of window, put tickmark in box says "Check to enable this GPSout (which means GPS Output In the next section click the drop down window and select the com port your tablet is using via Bluetooth to connect to your PC. (Mine was Com16) put tickmarks in the following boxes: RMC, VTG, GGA, GLL, GSA, GSV, PgmZ and click OK Then, on your Android tablet: LOCATION SERVICES put tickbox in Use GPS Satellites and important! In DEVELOPER OPTIONS, debugging, put tick box in "Allow mock locations" Install Garmin Pilot. Under settings you would see "External Bluetooth GPS" and you should see your FSX PC listed. Be sure you have 'discover my pc' enabled on your FSX PC. On your Android SETTINGS area, turn on BLUETOOTH. You should see your FSX machine listed. Double tap it. A dialog box will open on your FSX machine asking if you want to enable communications and verifying the pairing code on both your FSX box and your Android. Say OK or YES on both devices. Wait for the drivers to install. Press the connect button and you should then be connected to your FSX machine. Remember FSX must be RUNNING before Garmin Pilot will work.