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    G. A. Glass Cockpit.

    just bought this software and can't find any docs on P.M. site. The combined document does not have any instructions for GAGC either.

    when I create a flight plan it doesn't get transferred to the glass cockpit. (the fs gps has the plan fine). I've shared my flight plan folder as FSPLANS and my fs folder. Any advice would be appreciated.

    Bill.
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    pc 1: MSI K9NSli, onboard sound and lan, LC AMD 6400X2, 4096mb corsair 800ddr2, Pcie 7600GT with 32" lcd@1360x768
    pc 2:Asus mobo, onboard sound and lan, Athlon xp2800, 1.5gb pc4200, agp 4200Ti and 10.4" touchscreen lcd@1024x768
    pc 3:generic mobo, Athlon xp2400, 1gb 133 ram, agp Radeon 9200, pci Radeon 9250 with dual psone vga lcds @768x576
    Cougar, f16u, 7.1 sound, 4.1 sound, Trackir 4pro and vrf tfs seat pack.

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    GAGC is quite new to PM. So it still not cover into the documentation. For operational manual, you may download the real one from Garmin website. It has more than enough information there. It also has a CBT (reaosnable price).

    However, there are many systems still not implement in the GAGC (include the basic flight plan and database information). We expect to see these happen in future (hopefully in short future).

    Alkit

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    Thats harsh, for the price. I feel like I just bought beta software. ouch.
    My setup:
    pc 1: MSI K9NSli, onboard sound and lan, LC AMD 6400X2, 4096mb corsair 800ddr2, Pcie 7600GT with 32" lcd@1360x768
    pc 2:Asus mobo, onboard sound and lan, Athlon xp2800, 1.5gb pc4200, agp 4200Ti and 10.4" touchscreen lcd@1024x768
    pc 3:generic mobo, Athlon xp2400, 1gb 133 ram, agp Radeon 9200, pci Radeon 9250 with dual psone vga lcds @768x576
    Cougar, f16u, 7.1 sound, 4.1 sound, Trackir 4pro and vrf tfs seat pack.

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    Well that is one way to look at it. The other way is to know that every upgrade and addon that comes out for it you are intitled to. So as the new fetures are aded you will get them free of charge. Which GA software did you buy? The Garmen or the GAIFR?
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    Wollo,

    I have to agree, I have owned the Boeing PM Stuff for a long while and I havent been dissapointed yet. Plus thier support has been great in addition to all the free added features that they do add. How familar are you with that platform?

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    Guys, I've got both GAIFR and GAGC both are fine pieces of software but GAGC seen's a bit as is when you consider it isn't even mentioned in the latest documents.
    I do however agree that continual upgrades are excellent value for money .

    James, I'm not familiar with the platform at all. I've only been using GAIFR for 4 months. I've just bough GAGC .

    I take it a bit of patience is what I need here guys?
    My setup:
    pc 1: MSI K9NSli, onboard sound and lan, LC AMD 6400X2, 4096mb corsair 800ddr2, Pcie 7600GT with 32" lcd@1360x768
    pc 2:Asus mobo, onboard sound and lan, Athlon xp2800, 1.5gb pc4200, agp 4200Ti and 10.4" touchscreen lcd@1024x768
    pc 3:generic mobo, Athlon xp2400, 1gb 133 ram, agp Radeon 9200, pci Radeon 9250 with dual psone vga lcds @768x576
    Cougar, f16u, 7.1 sound, 4.1 sound, Trackir 4pro and vrf tfs seat pack.

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