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    New server's weather

    Any chance of setting the new 74.65.24.195 server up so that the server provided weather is not required? The status page says what is installed is required... and I much prefer flying with real world weather with updates. I am not sure what happens if I just set my weather to "RW" ...... but I won't try it until I hear back.

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    I will do it right now.. Didn't know we made it required......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Reed View Post
    I will do it right now.. Didn't know we made it required......
    Geezzzz Bob. Are you ever anywhere ELSE but on this board? Thanks.

    I might get on flying tonight... and on the 74.52.237.104 TS server. Not sure yet though.

    best,

    ................john

    PS: Matthias Leibrecht just finally released his freeware version 4.0 panel and flight dynamics for the BAe 146-200.... that is supposedly about like the realism in the PMDG Queen of the Skies 747-400 level of a "systems trainer" for that aircraft. THAT might keep me busy tonight. 160 page manual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBaymore View Post
    Geezzzz Bob. Are you ever anywhere ELSE but on this board? Thanks.

    I might get on flying tonight... and on the 74.52.237.104 TS server. Not sure yet though.

    best,

    ................john

    PS: Matthias Leibrecht just finally released his freeware version 4.0 panel and flight dynamics for the BAe 146-200.... that is supposedly about like the realism in the PMDG Queen of the Skies 747-400 level of a "systems trainer" for that aircraft. THAT might keep me busy tonight. 160 page manual.
    hehehe Not too often! Actually I was not here until just a few minutes ago and I will be going out for a bit at 7:00 but I should be back by 8:30.. Maybe we can test the server if you are around. Need to see if I can get to it while someone else is logged in and test AIBridge....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Reed View Post
    hehehe Not too often! Actually I was not here until just a few minutes ago and I will be going out for a bit at 7:00 but I should be back by 8:30.. Maybe we can test the server if you are around. Need to see if I can get to it while someone else is logged in and test AIBridge....
    OK Bob... I'll look for you later tonight.

    I will be VERY interested to see if I can get AIBridge to work on the new server. You know the luck I had in the past.

    best,

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    Bob,

    Good flying with you again.

    best,

    .................john

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    Welcome to http://www.mycockpit.org This FSHost server is for use primarily by Home Cockpit builders. Please remember to be respectful to other pilots. And no, this does not mean you can be rotten to Mycockpit pilots!!
    Building off my sick sense of humor?

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    LMAO!

    Yeah john that was my posting, I should have changed the wording a bit LOL

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    Sorry, I just could not resist that little blurb!! Hey John did you get the TS port passed ok? I don't think it will be too long before Trevor can get back in the air!
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    Soon, Soon, Soon, Soon. I am hoping to get online late tonight to test the overhead functionality.

    Timers, Timers, Relays and more relays.

    Have to simulate the pressure build up on the Anti ice (yellow) then Green LED's. Then shutting them down Only the Yellow on Engine #2 has to come on when all others go out.

    If I had an interface that could use offsets, I am sure I could code this in PM Systems... One day!
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