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  1. I was watching a video with ATC in it and they played two frequencies one in each ear, and I was able to understand both perfectly, I was wondering if there was a way to push Audio For Vatsim to one ear and mute all other audio in that ear because when ever Im controlling Im usually on discord with other controllers and it gets very hard to listen to everything when its being played over each other. Is there a way to do that through windows, or is there an app I can install that any one knows
  2. I am using XPlane 11 11.5R2 using Vulkan shading. My Xpilot version is up to date (V-2.0.0 beta 34) Everything is working correctly except for one important thing - for some reason the Xpilot plugin settings in Xplane are hidden behind a blank tab that follows the actual plugin menu. Also, the "Keep Xpilot window visible" option is not working in fullscreen or windowed mode. In the image below, you can see the blank Xplane tab covering the Xpilot plugins settings menu.
  3. Hello everyone, John here for my first ever forum post. I want to become an ATC and I want to observe the radar and listen to communications, but the main problem is I have some permissions that restrict me from using administrative permissions. Is there anyway I can install this .msi file without admin privileges? I would like to know! Thanks! -John
  4. Morning, I am the lastest version to come out over the last week (.18 I think). I can open it and use it, then after use I will close it, however it continues running in the background so meaning I cannot open it again without going through the rigmarole of going into the task manager. As windows doesn't identify it as an 'app' I can't force windows into preventing it remaining open in the background. Any way around this? Thanks
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