Jump to content

STARS datablock


Daniel Hawton
 Share

Recommended Posts

STARS does not show the temporary altitude on any rotation of the data block.

 

It does in VRC is what I was getting at. Real world it definitely does not as there is no function to set it (you can modify the FP, but that doesn't change the information in the data block).

Link to comment
Share on other sites

STARS does not show the temporary altitude on any rotation of the data block.

 

It does in VRC is what I was getting at. Real world it definitely does not as there is no function to set it (you can modify the FP, but that doesn't change the information in the data block).

 

You might be thinking of another datablock type, because the STARS mode in VRC does not display temporary altitude anywhere. (I just searched the source code to confirm.)

Developer: vPilot, VRC, vSTARS, vERAM, VAT-Spy

Senior Controller, Boston Virtual ARTCC

Link to comment
Share on other sites

STARS does not show the temporary altitude on any rotation of the data block.

 

It does in VRC is what I was getting at. Real world it definitely does not as there is no function to set it (you can modify the FP, but that doesn't change the information in the data block).

 

You might be thinking of another datablock type, because the STARS mode in VRC does not display temporary altitude anywhere. (I just searched the source code to confirm.)

 

You always want to be thorough

Chris Mauro

Link to comment
Share on other sites

STARS does not show the temporary altitude on any rotation of the data block.

 

It does in VRC is what I was getting at. Real world it definitely does not as there is no function to set it (you can modify the FP, but that doesn't change the information in the data block).

 

You might be thinking of another datablock type, because the STARS mode in VRC does not display temporary altitude anywhere. (I just searched the source code to confirm.)

 

It was doing it for me earlier, I could swear. Either that or the pilot was jumping a few thousand feet each cycle of the data block. Knowing some pilots in the Seattle airspace, it wouldn't surprise me though.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Please sign in to comment

You will be able to leave a comment after signing in



Sign In Now
 Share

×
×
  • Create New...