26.59Mb (260 downloads)
Addit! Pro is a comprehensive addon manager for Flight Simulator X. Easily install, manage and remove aircraft, adventures, flights, flight plans, gauges, missions, panels, A.I. airport and facilities data, scenery, sounds, textures, videos, weather and more! Archive add-ons to Addit! Pro's File Cabinet or recreate them in zip files. Modify your aircraft, panels and sounds. Automatically update FS's Scenery Library. Includes FS Configuration Manager, complete scenery library editor, ZIP/RAR support and much more! See Readme.htm for details. Requires Flight Simulator X: Standard, Deluxe, Gold or Steam Edition. By Joseph Stearns. Shareware - Requires paid registration to install an unlimited number of add-ons. See Register.htm.
Posted Sep 14, 2018 13:20 by Joseph Stearns
27.99Mb (636 downloads)
FS Flight Builder is a utility for general aviation flying that will build flight files for FSX, FSX Steam Edition, and Prepar3D based on waypoints and other data either entered manually or imported from SkyVector using the Plain Text Link information. Among other things, you can select your starting position, aircraft, and VFR or IFR flight plan. One of the most interesting features of the application is that it will include a Briefing file, added to the aircraft's built-in kneeboard, that will include departure and destination airport information (runways, frequencies, weather, and charts) as well as navigation frequencies along the route. Have you ever started up flight simulator and wondered “where do I want to go today”? The new Destination Chooser functionality can help to solve that problem. The screen allows you to enter your departure airport and choose various parameters for your destination (like min and max distance, tower availability, ILS availability, runway length requirements, etc.).
Posted Jul 30, 2018 09:07 by Tom Arduini
2.45Mb (594 downloads)
NOW ALSO WORKING WITH FS2004 What this program do: - quickly change the settings of FSX/Fs2004, such as time, date, fuel, weight, traffic etc. - start a failure sytem, such as gear, flaps, engine, etc. - freeze the time, so you can fly in a for everlasting sunset. - runway detecting system to see wich runways are in use. - a flight analysis system, this is automaticly started when you start FsQC. - When flight analysis is finished you can print a report, the report is automaticly saved as pdf File. - flight analysis is finished when you parked your aicraft with the parking brakes set for more then 5 seconds. - graphical landingchart. - load a existing flight or flightplan. - quickly look to your CFG (settings) files (only FSX) and change them even before the flight simulator is running. - After a flight is finished FsQC saves your flight automaticly as 'FsQC last Flight', so you can continue the next day or hour. - for properly working, flight analysis require a fsx/fs2004 flightplan. Flight analysis: Flight analysis start recording at the moment when you begin taxiing. It gives you huge information such as: - takeoff- and landing-weight - takeoff roll in m. or ft. - separate fuel consumption in taxi, climb, cruise and descent. - maximum banking in flight - which speed you using the flaps and gear - when autopilot on or off - vertical speed on touchdown - reverser set after landing - wich speed you cancel reverser - bouncing at landing - graphical landingchart. - and lots of more You can better look the example of the pdf document located in the 'Flight Reports' folder. Failures: In the settings menu you can select the kind of failures you want to occur and when they must occur. At this moment 10 failures are possible: -altitude -attitude -heading -airspeed -vertical speed -pitot -fuelleak -flaps -engine -gear Recommended: For more easy use, run this program on a second monitor or much better on a second computer(laptop) where FSUIPC-client is running in the same network where FSX/FS2000 is running and FSUIPC WideFs is registered. See also the pdf Manual. Also look at www.FsQC.eu for more information. If you have a problem look first on www.fsqc.eu/faq.html If you have questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted Mar 5, 2018 15:13 by Evander Tholen
1.08Mb (516 downloads)
NpC4FSX&P3D (NumberPadControl) is a more efficient (and more convenient to set up) version of a similar program called NumberPadControl that I wrote a few years ago and which to my surprise PC Pilot magazine included on their 100th Anniversary edition Freeware CD. With NpC4FSX&P3D you assign keys to functions like Com, Nav, Heading, Course, Altitude, VS, Autopilot functions, etc., and then can enter the associated values just by typing on the keyboard’s numberpad instead of fiddling with elusive mouse click spots. NpC4FSX&P3D is programmed primarily for aircraft with avionics that were developed within standard FSX programming guidelines but also supports third party add- on aircraft such as the Flysimware L35A and MU2, PMDG 737NGX / B777, Flight1 King Air B200, A2A Cherokee 180, and also works with GPS units like the GTN750. Setup manual included. A registered (payware) copy of FSUIPC is required.
Posted Feb 18, 2018 10:34 by Al Klayton
0.81Mb (170 downloads)
This utility can do the following: - analyzing your flight from departure to your destination, and the landing with a graphical landingchart. - when flight analysis is finished you can print a report, the report is automaticly saved as pdf File. - quickly change the settings of FSX, such as time, date, fuel, weight, traffic etc. - start a failure sytem, such as gear, flaps, engine, etc. - runway detecting system to see wich runways are in use. - load a existing flight or flightplan. - quickly look to your CFG (settings) files and change them even before the flight simulator is running. - after a flight is finished FsQC saves your flight automaticly as 'FsQC last Flight', so you can continue the next day or hour. - and lots of more. - require FSUIPC. - see also http://www.fsqc.eu for more info.
Posted Feb 18, 2018 04:20 by Evander Tholen
0.16Mb (282 downloads)
Landing_Params is a Lua script for FSX/P3D that displays landing parameters in a small text window that pops up after the aircraft has landed and reached taxi speed. The script should be activated with a key or button (like the gear down key/button) during the approach to landing. Parameters displayed in the window at touchdown are Indicated Airspeed (IAS, Kts), Ground Speed (GS, Kts), Landing Distance (LD, ft), Landing Roll (LR, ft), Vertical Speed (VS, ft/min), Attitude Indicator pitch at touchdown (AI), and Bounce Count (BC). Data collection begins when the a/c passes through a radar altimeter determined threshold altitude window between 45 and 55 ft (i.e., the nominal 50ft threshold height). In addition, more detailed landing parameter information may be logged. A registered copy of FSUIPC is required to execute the Lua script.
Posted Feb 17, 2018 12:02 by Al Klayton
0.77Mb (313 downloads)
Kneeboard Viewer 2 (KV2) allows the user to open one or two ‘on-top-windows’ to view programs of choice, such as a web page like SkyVector, or a pdf reader for approach charts, in ‘kneeboard windows’ on top of FSX/P3D/X-Plane. The kneeboard windows may be sized and positioned as desired, and will stay visible on top of FSX/P3D/X-Plane while you fly, or may be toggled on and off (shown or hidden) by user selectable keys (or key combinations). There is also an option to control both kneeboard windows together as a unit with a single key. KV2 works in window or full screen mode with FSX/P3D/X-Plane. KV2 was developed as a possible replacement for the PDFkneeboard program which, unfortunately, does not currently work in the latest versions of P3D. However, KV2 does not depend on FSX, P3D or X-plane in any way, and in fact can be used as a general ‘window-on-top’ type of utility. Al Klayton
Posted Feb 11, 2018 20:15 by Al Klayton
0.10Mb (147 downloads)
A utility for generating model rule sets for vPilot. Can automatically detect and scan the installed simulator(s) (FSX, FSX:SE, P3D 1, 2, 3, 4) or be pointed to a specific directory (for example, a third party model set). Log output records which aircraft.cfg files were found and scanned, how many models were added to the rule set, and how many were not added due to being unable to match to an aircraft type or airline.
Posted Jan 1, 2018 05:29 by uploader
28.50Mb (183 downloads)
Detailed user manual included. For each aircraft control surface selected, AxisViewer will show the position of the joystick axis attached to the control surface, and the actual position of the control surface according to FSX/P3D. The benefits are: * Positive feedback on Control Surface Position. Ever ask yourself "Self, just what is that autopilot/autothrottle doing, anyway?!" * Allow you to manually adjust the Axis Positions to match the Control Surface Positions, so that you don't get a nasty surprise (for example, sudden change in thrust) when the autopilot and/or autothrottle is disengaged. * Verification of joystick functioning and range of motion. * Clear indication of when "dead zones" are entered. You will see the Control Surface Position "snap" to a particular value as the Axis Position approaches the dead zone. Version 1.4 adds an installer, and options for appearance. See the user manual for details.
Posted Jan 1, 2018 05:27 by uploader
28.60Mb (839 downloads)
Detailed user manual included. Contains two functions that are useful for ground-based operations: * Pushback. Allows user to control a pushback, and receive visual feedback regarding speed and turn direction. * Taxi AutoThrottle. Works similar to an in-flight autothrottle, but meant for taxiing. No more fiddling with throttle controls to find that sweet spot! Throttle levers are uniformly and smoothly operated. No more fiddling with throttle controls to ensure uniform thrust! Version 1.3 adds an installer, and additional options for appearance. Please see the user manual for details
Posted Jan 1, 2018 05:25 by uploader