4.93Mb (1497 downloads)
FSEnhancer is a new standalone Windows software application designed to help Flight Simulator X users to enhance their flying experience. Some Features: fsx.cfg File Editor Cameras.cfg File Editor Live ATC Chatter Camera Enhancements for Default Aircraft, including Acceleration package aircraft and the iFly 737 NG Series. Detailed charts for your chosen airport. Released under the GNU/GPL License, FS Enhancer is free to use and distribute under the terms of the license, but without warranty. Click here to Download the latest release. System Requirements: Windows 7, 8 and 10 .NET Framework 4.5 2.8 MB Disc Space Internet Connection Support is available via the forums at http://www.figerty.net.au/forums/
Posted Jun 6, 2016 02:28 by Dan O'Riordan
0.19Mb (666 downloads)
This is an updated version of the Airport Runway Wind Calculator PC base program. I apologise for the earlier version as it still had some bugs. I have fully tested this version and it appears to work much better.
Posted May 26, 2016 16:10 by Ian Anning
0.10Mb (1986 downloads)
ENB series is a graphic modification that changes the shaders to add a slight bloom effect and add a realistic lighting effect. It is fully customizable and with some skill, can be changed to your liking. It was first developed by Boris Vorontsov and has been customized by many users for many games. I do not support ENB in any way. I am just a user looking to improve the shaders in Microsoft FSX. INSTALLATION: Take the 3 files: d3d9.dll enbpalette.bmp enbseries.ini and move them into your main simulator folder. Start your simulator and get into a flight. Press Shift + F12 and it will enable the ENB Series. You can disable/enable it at any time. Note that this will NOT work with any version of Prepar3d and X-Plane. Simulators that this will work in is: FSX FSX Acceleration FSX Steam Edition
Posted Apr 11, 2016 10:53 by Cayden Smith
0.54Mb (607 downloads)
The FSX Engine and Flight Instrument Failure Generator program allows the user to simulate the loss of one randomly selected engine (out of 4 max) and up to five flight instruments: Airspeed Indicator (ASI), Attitude Indicator (AI), Altimeter (ALT), Vertical Velocity Indicator (VVI) and Directional Gyro (DG). The program works with most FSX default aircraft and to varying degrees with payware aircraft depending on how much the payware aircraft adheres to the 'FSX way' of doing things. Failures are based on failure probabilities, ranging from 0 to 100%, assigned by the user to the engine(s) and each of the flight instruments. Failures occur at random times within a specified time period called the Failure Window which the user can specify to be from 1 to 240 minutes. The FSX Engine and Flight Instrument Failure Generator is a Lua program and requires a registered version of the payware FSUIPC4. Operation and Installation manual included. By Al Klayton, Dan Sullivan
Posted Feb 2, 2016 04:08 by Al Klayton
19.82Mb (568 downloads)
FSX/Prepar3d Logbook Viewer and Extraction program. Little Logbook allows fast and intuitive search and grouping of logbook entries based on several parameters as well as export to HTML, CSV and Google Earh KML documents. Additional information about airports can be shown together with the MakeRunways utility of Peter Dowson. New in 1.5.0: * Now supports FSX, FSX SE, P3D V2 and P3D V3 * Detects paths to all simulators automatically * Added Google Earth KML export * Added import filter to ignore incomplete logbook entries * HTML export now uses paging and creates multiple linked documents * Added zoom functionality to change font size in table * Other bug fixes and improvements - see included change log The Software is released under the GPL. Source code is available. See http://albar965.github.io/littlelogbook.html for more Information.
Posted Jan 21, 2016 00:50 by Alexander Barthel
4.90Mb (381 downloads)
Do you want to keep an online history of all your flights ?, so this utility was made for you, download, install the utility and start logging all yours flights, the you can go to http://fstrackr.net and see them in a map or download them to google earth.
Posted Jan 16, 2016 15:49 by Mario DANTAS
4.60Mb (157 downloads)
Do you nned to send key commands from a remote pc to FSUIPC ?, okay no need to edit the WideClient.ini on remote systems, simply download Keyboard To WideFS, install and create a configuration with your keys, FSUIPC offsets and value to send when key pressed and / or released.
Posted Jan 16, 2016 15:38 by Mario DANTAS
17.47Mb (261 downloads)
FSX Logbook Viewer and Extraction program. Little Logbook allows fast and intuitive search and grouping of logbook entries based on several parameters, as well as export to HTML and CSV documents. Additional information about airports can be shown together with the MakeRunways utility of Peter Dowson. The Software is released under the GPL. Source code is available. See http://albar965.github.io/littlelogbook.html for more Information.
Posted Jan 7, 2016 05:04 by Alexander Barthel
0.78Mb (919 downloads)
NpC v2.21 - some small changes from v2.2 including a script you can use to switch autopilot input between Nav and GPS, the ability to set the PMDG B777 Mach window, and instructions on re-sizing and re-positioning the NpC message window. 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 number-pad 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). 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. An installation and configuration manual is included in the file set. For a video that gives an overview of NpC function see link below: By Al Klayton and Dan Sullivan
Posted Dec 18, 2015 23:59 by Al Klayton