By Richard Asberg 887435
#518566 Maybe it was just a dream but wasn't there a simple way to show the model matching in real time?

I remember this extra window that showed up on the screen where you could see traffic around you, which one of your models was used to match that specific model etc.

I was thinking it might have been a dot command but for the life of me I can't recall how you got that window to show.

Anyone knows what I'm talking about?

Should also mention that I did scan through the vPilot documentation as well as the FAQ section but couldn't find the info I was looking for.
By Richard Asberg 887435
#518568
Bradley Grafelman 1242018 wrote:Sounds like you're thinking of the ".debug" window.


Nope, I don't think that was it but thanks anyway because I didn't know of this one before.

As I recall it the window that popped up had separate columns where you could tell the aircraft type/model etc etc and also of course see what model was used to match it and so on.

I really do think it was some dot command, I just can't recall what it was. I've already tried .traffic, .tfc and some other ones but nope...haven't found the correct one yet.
By Richard Asberg 887435
#518573
Bradley Grafelman 1242018 wrote:Woops, when I said ".debug", I was picturing the window that comes up with ".aircraft" - give that one a shot.


That's the one, thanks!

A follow-up question - what does the 'Delete'-button next to each model do? I noticed how there's also a 'Delete All Aircraft' button in the lower right corner.

Never had the guts to click any of them :D
By Bradley Grafelman 1242018
#518574 It deletes that aircraft from vPilot's list of aircraft it sends to your flight sim for rendering. It'll re-appear shortly after when vPilot "rediscovers" the pilot through the VATSIM network.

To be honest, I'm not sure what the use case for that is.
By Richard Asberg 887435
#518575
Bradley Grafelman 1242018 wrote:It deletes that aircraft from vPilot's list of aircraft it sends to your flight sim for rendering. It'll re-appear shortly after when vPilot "rediscovers" the pilot through the VATSIM network.

To be honest, I'm not sure what the use case for that is.


OK, got it.

Thanks for your help and for refreshing my memory!
By Ross Carlson 887155
#518592
Bradley Grafelman 1242018 wrote:To be honest, I'm not sure what the use case for that is.


It's mainly for debugging model matching. By deleting the aircraft, it forces vPilot to go through all the steps necessary for model matching again.