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Kyle Ekas

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  1. Don't know if this has been brought up already but, I am still having this problem since release with xPilot. Planes are always half way in the ground. Any ideas? https://i.imgur.com/wnczfIj.png
  2. Received This error after running xPilot for about 10 minutes. Version 1.1.0.1 See the end of this message for details on invoking just-in-time (JIT) debugging instead of this dialog box. ************** Exception Text ************** System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. at bbv.Common.EventBroker.Handlers.EventBrokerHandlerBase.HandleSubscriberMethodException(TargetInvocationException targetInvocationException, IEventTopic eventTopic) at bbv.Common.EventBroker.Handlers.UserInterfaceAsync.<>c__DisplayCl[Mod - Happy Thoughts]4_0.<
  3. What is the range on it? 100NM?
  4. Is there a default visibility range for vATIS or is it a set number for "ATIS Callsigns" on the network? K
  5. Just wondering if anyone has gotten this error or if it is just me? When I try to monitor another frequency that is online it gives me the following error... The thing is, it worked about 5 minutes prior, and then I turned it off. However, when I tried to turn it back on to monitor again, it only gives me this error. See the end of this message for details on invoking just-in-time (JIT) debugging instead of this dialog box. ************** Exception Text ************** System.ArgumentException: Specified voice channel does not exist. at ch.h(Int32 A_0) at co.a(Object A_0, Event
  6. Those reflections are really nice. K
  7. No, all of these photos are using Ortho Imagery primarily from the Ortho4XP program.
  8. Thought I would post up some random shots of the past year of my X-Plane 11 flying on the network. Sorry for the other bits in the shots, but I usually don't care to take them out since it doesn't bother me personally. Enjoy. Mount St. Helens Early morning departing KBOS - EGLL Departing KPSP on a clear day Holding short of the runway at O'Hare with the visibility reporting 2400RVR. FedEx over North Florida. Cape Canaveral/Space Coast NASA Complex.
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