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Oliver Branaschky

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  1. One other thing, which, granted, is a minor issue but an issue nonetheless: According to ICAO, in the Altitude field (item 15) we should be able to enter i) Axxx for altitudes in ft MSL, ii) Fxxx for flight levels, iii) Mxxx for metric altitudes, iv) Sxxxx for metric flight levels, and last but not least "VFR" for VFR flights. Even the FAA has acknowledged this ICAO rule 😉 (Source: https://www.faa.gov/air_traffic/publications/atpubs/fs_html/appendix_a.html#:~:text=ITEM 15%3A ROUTE&text=True Mach number%2C when so,(for example%2C M082).&text=for uncontrolled VFR flights%2C the,b
  2. Will do once I'm at home (most likely within the next five hours). Thanks for looking into this.
  3. I am unable to reproduce this in standalone (or any other) mode. Are you still having this issue? Ross, I'm so sorry for the late reply. Yes, I am still having this issue when in stand-alone mode. Best regards, Oliver
  4. Yes, everything else seems to save okay. That is in stand-alone mode, btw. Haven't tried out the various remote/host options yet.
  5. Ross, First of all: Kudos and thank you for all your hard work. vPilot 2.0 really works a charm. Only issue I have come across and I'm not sure if it has come up before is that the program doesn't seem to remember previously used aircraft/call signs. Each time I connect, the respective boxes are blank. Is this a known problem or is there a solution? Thanks and kind regards, Oliver
  6. Thanks, Ross, this is great news. In fact, not being able to use vPilot on a remote machine while using voice comms from the FSX machine is the ONLY reason I'm not using it yet. Regards, Oliver
  7. Mike, try installing SimConnect: http://vpilot.metacraft.com/[Mod - Happy Thoughts]ets/Files/SimConnect.msi Regards Oliver
  8. Either that, or a fuse popped, like what happened to this fella: http://www.a2asimulations.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=41830#p314832
  9. Yes, just set your 'soft mute' button in FS2Crew to your VATSIM push to talk, so it doesn't pick up anything you say to the controllers. That's what I'm doing. And yet, this wouldn't allow for using FS2Crew on your FSX PC and vPilot on a second, networked PC. Without using two separate headsets, that is.
  10. Not sure whether this has been discussed before, but I would totally second that idea for the very same reason. Cheers Oliver
  11. Great video! Just a small typo: around 1:22 it says "Join an online aviaiton community..."
  12. Not sure if this is relevant to your case(s), but ever once in a while FSX seems to "forget" about my yoke, too. I have it mapped through FSUIPC, and what cures it every time it occurs is to open the FSUIPC window from the FSX menu and just close it immediately afterwards. If clicking with one hand and pressing ESC with the other to close it is merely a matter of one second, and I doubt anyone will ever notice anything. Might be worth giving a shot. Regards Oliver
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