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  1. #1
    Erich Walls
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    General Aviation Glass Cockpit Demo

    Thanks much for this, Enrico! I haven't purchased any of the PM software,
    yet, but I fully intend to purchase this when the product is released. If it
    helps you any (although you probably know from being the developer), I'd
    be happy to use the demo like a beta (reporting back to you) when the time
    is right.

    A couple of initial questions that I have are more about future
    functionality. Are there any plans to support a twin engine systems configuration? I
    know that Garmin must be doing this for the Cessna Mustang. Also, is it
    possible to resize the display at all so that the display area is closer to
    10" diagonal? My goal is to set up a panel that closely matches the
    dimensions of the G1000 (I think it uses a 10.4" display).

    Anyway, I had a blast playing with the demo and I can't wait to see the full
    featured "gold" release of the software.

    Thx,

    Erich.


  2. #2
    Enrico Schiratti
    Guest

    Re: General Aviation Glass Cockpit Demo

    Hello,

    > A couple of initial questions that I have are more about future
    > functionality. Are there any plans to support a twin engine systems
    > configuration? I
    > know that Garmin must be doing this for the Cessna Mustang.


    I haven't seen any reference information about the dual engine display
    anywhere so far... but we will certainly add it.

    > Also, is it > possible to resize the display at all so that the display
    > area is closer to
    > 10" diagonal? My goal is to set up a panel that closely matches the
    > dimensions of the G1000 (I think it uses a 10.4" display).


    You can resize the display smoothly using the numeric keypad + and - keys,
    to any size you want. The ratio should be correct in any case,

    > Anyway, I had a blast playing with the demo and I can't wait to see the
    > full
    > featured "gold" release of the software.


    Happy to hear that... but we do have the long standing tradition that there

    is no "Gold" release... which is both a blessing and a curse.

    Ciao

    Enrico


  3. #3
    Erich Walls
    Guest

    Re: General Aviation Glass Cockpit Demo

    On 4/21/2006 12:46:35 PM, Enrico Schiratti wrote:
    >
    >Happy to hear that... but we
    >do have the long standing
    >tradition that there
    >is no "Gold" release... which
    >is both a blessing and a
    >curse.
    >


    Hahaha... yeah, I guess I can understand that! More wiggle room in the
    releases keeps you producing better and better updates with more functionality.
    Again, thanks very much!

    - Erich.






  4. #4
    David Lee
    Guest

    Re: General Aviation Glass Cockpit Demo

    Enrico,
    The GAGC is looking great but I can't find any documentation for it (even at
    the link in the info document). I'd just like a list of key commands, if
    possible, and maybe what should work and what shouldn't. I tried it in the
    LAX area but wasn't able to get much in terms of a map or terrain. The GPS
    functions didn't seem to work either. Thanks
    David


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