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  1. Detailed report sent to Justin via email. X Plane: 11.50b5 X Pilot: 1.3.4.0 Sends message to the frequency whenever receives a message (either PM or frequency)
  2. The only difference I can see between the code sets is that it handles the errors differently and it fills out the config file for you in the source. Therefore, it's fairly safe to [Mod - Happy Thoughts]ume you filled out something wrong in the config.
  3. I'm also going to be there! It will be great to meet several of you in person. Just looking throught he programme on the website, I'm looking forward to the "day in the life" ones especially (Eurocontrol/Heathrow). Has everyone seen the updated programme?
  4. 29th and 30th July 2017 Website and Bookings The organisers of Connexion 2017 are pleased to announce the first confirmed programme items for the weekend of 29th and 30th July 2017. In addition to the below, we have several more talks planned and will announce them when confirmed over the coming weeks. (In no particular order) SimFest The fantastic SimFest team who own and operate a 747 simulator raising money charity each year as participants of World Flight will bring a no-doubt entertaining segment in our event as they explain how they constructed their simulator and how they
  5. I will add a brief history of broadcasts (last 6 hours?) to one of the upcoming web interfaces.
  6. Feel free to observe on the ground in a plane. Typically we suggest you login at a gate and file a local flightplan, with comments indicating that you're new and you're listening in. Before you do, have a look with a tool like VATSPY, vattastic or on Stats so that you can log in where there is ATC and preferably a few aircraft. As long as you're at a gate, not on top of anyone else and not moving around, it won't be an issue. Try to figure out how to check your private messages early. If you stay there for a while you may well get a few people asking you what you're doing. A simple ex
  7. Strange ... I don't remember building a plugin system for VRC ... Beat me to it
  8. I don't think it's ever done that.
  9. If you find anything that needs an update on the site (e.g. broken links), Mark Richards does most of the maintenance and updates of our main site (see BoG contact page for VP Ops).
  10. So that's the one that you'll have found looking through the .net source code, but isn't a public endpoint (hence the access control headers). Therefore I wouldn't base code on it as you've no guarantee that it'll be there and you'll remain having access. As Luca says, public data about the network comes through the datafeed. If you're not able to work with some of the existing libs that do the heavy lifting for you and you really want this data on your site, then I'd suggest you need someone to do this for you, not just a code snippet.
  11. At present, that isn't processed so no we cannot just add it in. This API will be superseded this year. I'm therefore avoiding making any new features on this old system. Both of the above answers
  12. What I said was "file a route that goes to one of the new STARs", not file the STAR. The TIMBA1J/1K start at different points (ERING/TEBRA) to the old TIMBA3E (KOPUL). The controller's much less likely to make the mistake if they end at the correct points.
  13. Probably just a habit. People keep filing old routes that correspond to the 3E so controllers 'on autopilot' saying 4E without thinking. Best way to avoid it happening is file a route that goes to one of the new STARs
  14. Everything's pretty well docomeented in this forum (or the oauth protocol if you fancy a long read). Do you have a specific issue? As a side-note, when generating an RSA key it isn't tied to a single server. You can generate a keypair anywhere and transfer it.
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