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  • ATC_ROO
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    Thanks.

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  • Storm
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    It is not needed, provided the current release (version 1.3.3) of XSquawkBox is used, available here. In that configuration, XSquawkBox replaces both the proxy and vPilot.

    The downside is that XSquawkBox has, at the moment, a more limited range models available for model matching. This may not be insuperable, at least for SimLink purposes, as we may be able to adjust the CSLs (models) to get "near enough" matches in most cases. It's a project...

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  • Karl
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    It is not needed.

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  • ATC_ROO
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    Can an Xplane user confirm that the Proxy now isn't needed for Simlink.

    If so I'll update the instructions in the first post.

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  • Travis
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    Wow, Thanks Mike! This will add a little more realism : )

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  • N404
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    Update to AI PBY Catalina texture (Travis request)
    CLICK HERE to get it
    Drop "AI_PBY" folder in "SimObjects\Rotorcraft" and let it overwrite.
    One of the pains was too bright.
    It is not required to update.





    HL

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  • ATC_ROO
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    Both Roger Wilco and TS2 servers could be setup to provide voice capabilities.

    I have and have tested both.
    Roger Wilco was bought out by Gamespy, so the comms you hear on FSX over multiplayer would be the quality you'd hear using RW.
    FSINN can be configured to auto switch TS2 channels when the aircraft radio is tuned.
    I've already created a Plugin for TS3 (which is what we already use for voice) that did that anyway, so didn't pursue the voice aspect any further.

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  • edd2287
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    Originally posted by FlyFSX View Post
    Why aren't you using Roger Wilco as Voice Server for the ATC comunications since it's compatible with the VVL
    I believe Roo looked into it and the quality wasn't great or something like that. I might be wrong but think roo was exploring options for that side of things.

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  • FlyFSX
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    I know you're able to connect with an Roger Wilco Client to certian vatsim voice servers such as: rw.liveatc.net or rw-asia.liveatc.net and Vatsim clients are also cappable to connect to these Servers. So why not use an own rc server to connect to then it should be possible to use the auto tune function from the fsd pilot client

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  • Karl
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    Originally posted by FlyFSX View Post
    Why aren't you using Roger Wilco as Voice Server for the ATC comunications since it's compatible with the VVL

    I didn't know it was even still viable. I haven't used it since the WinXP & FS9 days. Give us some more info about it.

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  • FlyFSX
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    Why aren't you using Roger Wilco as Voice Server for the ATC comunications since it's compatible with the VVL

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  • Cube
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    Since it came up in a recent post here is the downloaded list of model matching codes latest V6.

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  • N404
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    V6 model matching is out

    C133, C130 new paints by Novawing24 (TH)

    AI_Zeppelin NT
    (For intermediate users)
    We where not able to communicate with model maker Thomas Röhl, here is partial solution to visibility range problem.

    Inside "AI_Zeppelin NT\model.AI" folder you will find 2 .BAT files.
    Double clicking anyone of those will activate either long range model with propellers stopped, or short range model with propellers animated.
    Unfortunately that is the only solution for now that we have.

    Make sure that you activate before starting your simulator (this cannot be done on-the-fly)
    By default it is set up as long range.

    H L



    C130


    ZEP1


    C133
    Last edited by N404; April 12th, 2016, 03:47 AM.

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  • Novawing24
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    Originally posted by Manfredc3 View Post
    Are these stand-alone, or do they integrate in FS? I just want to make sure I can remove them after the event.
    Great to see people supporting the flight. As Travis says the two pieces of software are standalone. The only impact on your sim is the installation of the AI models. These models all have a consistent naming convention (AI_"Model") so are easily locatable and removed if you want to remove simlink from your system post the flight.

    Safe Skies

    Novawing24

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  • Travis
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    Stand alone and easily removable. Both apps have to be running and you have to be in the cockpit to connect.

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