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Tivec

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  1. I was looking for this - what do you use as your default price?
  2. Thank you very much, I can use that as a reference for my fictional airline.
  3. Thank you very much for all the help, @alpha117. I really appreciate it!
  4. Oh wow, thank you very much, that is a great resource! That should help me get things going here. Do you bother about aircraft operating costs at all, or do you just leave that blank and use the fuel cost only for the calculations?
  5. Okay, so I'd have to set up costs for the fuel, and then make sure I plan the leg I want to tanker for first. That makes it a bit simpler. Do you have a suggestion for where I could either find a price database, or something I can use for it? I haven't really got any experience with fuel costs or operational cost per flight hour etc.
  6. Thanks for the insight into your planning procedure. I'm still struggling to see how it recognises the next leg in a flight. Would that only work if the flights have the same flight number, or can you link it up in some other way? Ref this screenshot of yours:
  7. Also, I am looking at this and can't quite see why you have the same flight number on two identical flights (IG3231). Also having two identical flight numbers - one to LIEO and one from LIEO with overlapping times. I'd love to hear your reasoning behind it.
  8. Hello Clive, This is a lot of very good information that I can surely use for my scheduling efforts. As you say: I'm sure I will be asking these numpty questions for a while as I get used to the more advanced features. The original question for me was to sort the list, but I see now that the search function is a lot more powerful than I imagined, and I will have to work some more to get used to it. How does PFPX recognize that there is a next leg for a flight? Based on which aircraft is assigned to the routes and the time? Totally unrelated to the original topic, do you use some software for planning which commercial flight numbers to use for certain legs? It is one of the things that I've spent a lot of time thinking about, and struggling to find a good "pattern". I have way too many concepts for my fictional airline but I can't quite decide on what to use, and as you see in my example I tend to use the same as the commercial number. Looking at your last post, the pdf will be of good use for me to figure out what callsigns to use at least, it is just figuring out the commercial numbers.
  9. Okay, but that still leaves the list unsorted. I can search, but it doesn't quite solve the sorting issue
  10. I think I need to specify it is the Schedule Editor I am talking about: And it does seem like it doesn't sort by anything useful but entry into the list. If I add a new flight, it'll end up on the bottom.
  11. Hello! I have been using the schedule editor to set up flight numbers and recurrence for my personal fictional airline. The list of flights is automatically sorted by STD which makes the list a mess once you start getting a lot of scheduled flights. Would it be possible to enable sorting for this table? Filtering would be great too, for instance to be able to see all flights between an airport pair, or which flights depart on a given day of the week.
  12. Thank you very much, really appreciate this change!
  13. It does not feel logical to me in any way - for me the logical click spot for the HGS is up where it is situated on the overhead panel, that's where the handle is for the actual HGS isn't it? Clicking in the middle of the windscreen straight ahead feels very odd to me. Let me illustrate what I mean. This feels very logical for me: But clicking in the front of the windshield when the HGS isn't even down and in use feels very awkward and weird: When it is extended, this is an alright spot for stowing it, though having it as a click spot in the view where people operate ChasePlane etc is still a bit weird.. In my opinion, the way that it was done in the Q400, where you click the handle to extend or stow the HGS feels proper: I've also recorded a typical ChasePlane operation, where I pan and zoom a bit: http://i.tivec.org/2018-01-10_12-24-48.mp4 So yeah, I have to say I disagree - it doesn't feel very logical, and is mostly causing annoyance... Being able to disable that particular clickspot - either via a panel.cfg edit or as an option in DAVE, would be really appreciated.
  14. Hello, I just picked up this aircraft and am currently in the process of learning the systems. However, one thing that really annoys me is the placement of the HGS click spot in the middle of the forward windscreen. I use ChasePlane as my camera addon, and as such I use the mouse wheel to pan and zoom. This obviously triggers the HGS every time I accidentally scroll when mousing over that particular area. I tried editing the panel file, but the only thing I accomplished was to remove the HUD completely, and that's not what I want at all. I'm fine with using the click spot up on the overhead to bring down the HGS.. Any help is appreciated.
  15. Anyone happen to have a profile for the Flysimware Learjet 35A? There used to be one, but none of the links (on the avsim forum) seem to work anymore.
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