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  1. Just to get my head around this. Am I correct when I think that to get the correct livery on another pilots aircraft that other pilot has to have a call sign relating to the livery. not just selecting the aircraft ICAO? i.e. I am a Compass pilot and use call sign YMAXXX so even when I enter aircraft type as B738 if I do not use the call sign the livery will not be seen? If that is correct it leads to another query; If I use my Compass callsign for an aircraft that does not have a Compass livery, say a C172 how does vPilot work out which C172 livery to use? Thankyou Dan
  2. Was going to say something but it has already been said well.🤪 Wish one could delete a post without having to submit a blank page or a page with a "dot". Is there a way that I am not aware of?
  3. Totally agree with Josh and Sebastian. Just wondering, I do not recall when I joined long ago having to provide any evidence of my identity or how I identify except for my email address. Is this documentation now required as part of the registration process?
  4. Thinking about it further I agree that we would still need .vmr, CSL files etc but could an additional function be created to be like FSInn so a model match could be overridden?
  5. With an FSInn type system/programming somehow it picked up what other pilots were flying (maybe a different type of .vmr or CSL file) but the point I am trying to make in my very confusing manner (lol) is that if you did not have the relevant .vmr or CSL or FSInn equivelant file you could select specific pilot's call sign and change that aircraft to whatever you wanted so long as you had the aircraft in your own library. I remember that quite often I did not see the other pilots correct aircraft and I would just ask "what aircraft are you flying?" and then I would change what I was seeing t
  6. As some will know, the old client FSInn worked on the basis of using your own aircraft library to generate how you saw other aircraft. i.e. another pilot flying a DC3 but appearing as something else with FSInn you could change how you saw another aircraft into any aircraft that you had in your own aircraft library. Also say another pilot had a Baron 58 but you did not what you could do is change the other aircraft into something similar that was in your library. I have probably got you all totally confused now but most of you "oldies" who used FSInn will know what I mean. So my query is, is t
  7. Always problems in the sub forum so thought I would just say a thank you for all the work you do Ross. Might not work all the time for all of the people but you can't please all the people all of the time😆 So, thank you. Cheers Dan
  8. In some of the megapaks available there are parse or spelling errors which cannot be fixed by vPilot. In those cases as a livery is identified as not working you have to try and locate the error in the megapak file. Same thing happened in Bluebell CSL files for X-Plane which again is not an error that can be fixed by xPilot.🙂
  9. David where did the middle screen generate from please? i.e. the screen that is titled vPilot Aircraft on which you have highlighted the BAW49E aircraft. Thank you.
  10. Already a member of a VA (Compass Airlines). My wife and I did a real life flight with Air Maroc in 2019 from Casablanca (GMMN) to Madrid after a three week trip in wonderful Morrocco. Apart from overcrowding and other inconveniences ( at train entrance at the airport with a full train load of passengers, only one of three security screens were working) the actual flight was very enjoyable with very professional flight crew. I would have no trouble recommending the real life airline.
  11. I co-ordinate some GA flights on Vatpac (World Discovery Wednesdays) and before planning a flight all I do is check out the real airport to see if in reality it accepts non-military aircraft. If it does not, then I do not fly there, if it does then I investigate the rules and requirements. EzsyPezy🙂
  12. Thanks for the education Tyler. I would think that very few of us here would be able to do what you do; I am so impressed. Tell me, how do you use FSTramp if you cannot see it? Regards Dan
  13. Talk about a wow factor!! Tyler, so I can be further educated I for one would be most interested in your process of flying i.e. take off, flying and then landing?? Maybe when you get a chance you would care to expand on the subject herein. Cheers Dan
  14. Hear what you say but one good thing about Vatsim is that it transcends politics and you can fly wherever you want.🙂
  15. Lot's of information especially related to A320 on the MSFS2020 forum https://www.flightsimulator.com/ I would be totally surprised if Vatsim connectivity would have any relationship to this problem. However with computers one can never be 100% certain.
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