0.77Mb (411 downloads)
NumPad Control (NpC) is a program for entering Com, Nav and ADF radio frequencies, Transponder codes, VOR OBS/CRS settings, Auto-throttle airspeed, and Autopilot altitude, vertical speed, and heading values in FSX using the keyboard numberpad instead of mouse click spots. NpC is programmed primarily for aircraft with default FSX avionics (radios, transponders, and autopilots that were developed within standard FSX programming guidelines, so it does work with many freeware add-on aircraft ). However, this updated version of NpC also supports a number of third party add-on aircraft such as the PMDG 737NGX/B777, Flight1 King Air B200 and the A2A Cherokee 180. NpC is a set of Lua scripts and thus requires a registered copy of FSUIPC4 to work. A detailed installation and configuration manual is included. An overview video of NpC is available at the link below.
Posted Jul 22, 2015 21:13 by Al Klayton
2.92Mb (1338 downloads)
If your Flight Simulator is slow to start because you have a lot of sceneries, FsLaunchpad (FSL) is for you. FSL allows to Select your Sceneries, Load your Addons and Launch FSX in same time. The version 1.12 correct blinking "Launching" message at startup cause by differents scenery.cfg configuration and allow at startup to select your FS configuration. Also FSL is now compatible with FS9, FSX and P3D and allow to see your Source Addons by Alphabetical Order or by Order Priority. FSL User Interface is available in English and French. Visit www.fslauncher.com you will find videos on Youtube and more information about FsLaunchpad.
Posted May 29, 2015 09:09 by Pierre Legault
67.25Mb (4282 downloads)
Flight Simulator First Officer is a generic virtual copilot that can be used with any aircraft. The primary function of FSFO is to assist the Pilot In Command (PIC) to fly the aircraft safely while adhering to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). This is accomplished via virtual checklist and sharing of cockpit duties/responsibilities. Specifically, the First Officer reads the configurable checklists.
Posted May 1, 2015 08:26 by Matthew King
36.54Mb (2349 downloads)
SimLauncherX (or SLX for short) can be used as a launcher application for both FSX:ME, FSX:SE and Prepar3D (v1 and v2.5). Flights can be loaded before launching the simulator or when the simulator is already running. New flight files can be created by selecting one of the installed aircraft, selecting the start location (runway or parking position), selecting the type of weather and the time of day. You can also display and create flight plans and attach them to a flight as requested or active flight plan.
Posted Apr 25, 2015 05:40 by Maarten Boelens
0.12Mb (796 downloads)
DxtFixerX v2.2. This tool fixes the stutters caused by dxt3 and dxt5 textures without an active alpha channel. The default state is to just scan for errors WITHOUT making any changes to any files. When the scan is complete, a Notepad window will open displaying the results. neumanix 2014
Posted Nov 27, 2014 03:01 by Nicolas Neveu
8.25Mb (769 downloads)
True Native 3D for use with Side by Side and Top Bottom (Over Under) 3D capable Monitors, TV's and projectors. Not reliant on 3D graphics cards as 3D is generated from two offset FSX views. v3.0 update with further improvements. By Richard Barry in conjunction with a utility from ToCAEDIT. Nov 2014.
Posted Nov 9, 2014 04:15 by Richard Barry
0.05Mb (26595 downloads)
FSX AI Carriers 2 .NET version. This version targets the .NET Framework 4.0 Client Profile and supports Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Acceleration and SP2, Microsoft ESP, Lockheed Martin Prepar3D and Prepar3D v2, and Dovetail Games Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition. This is a small software that allows you to place and control single ships or complete naval fleets in Flight Simulator X. Unlike previous software concerning AI ships and carriers, or missions, it doesn't need complex edit of traffic files or mission files. Just add when you are in free flight, anywhere you want. * AI Carriers .NET by Orion Lyau * Original AI Carriers utility by Lamont Clark
Posted Nov 9, 2014 01:16 by archive