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Chit Chat / Re: IVAO altitude
« Last post by EHM-2131 Bruce on November 10, 2021, 09:29:52 pm »
Hello E-j and Peter, thanks for your input , I may down load it just to try, some sections sound good , but the chat seems a pain, thought they would have kept the ivap chat function , will look at the link Peter,  thanks again for your input , best regards Bruce EHM 2131
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Chit Chat / Re: IVAO altitude
« Last post by EHM-2758 Peter on November 08, 2021, 02:52:51 pm »
Totally agree with Eric-Jan's comment. Have same experiece and issues. This though might help you, Bruce, to get started:
https://forums.flightsimulator.com/t/msfs-2020-ivao-installation-setup-tutorial-altitude-client/269079

Notice that the installation of the MTL will take some time.

Good luck,

Peter
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Chit Chat / Re: IVAO altitude
« Last post by EHM-2387 Eric-Jan on November 08, 2021, 06:16:22 am »
I use Altitude with MSFS2020. I must say the it looks daunting at first, but it is actually very clever. Especially the feature that you can auto-generate text messages for your flight is a plus in my opinion. I use that a lot to state my situation and intentions.
What I HATE about it is the chat function. You can only chat with one person at a time. Where iVaP let you .chat with a group of people at the same time, with Altitude you need to repeat your message to all in the groep individually. And then you get all individual replies, to which you the reply individually again. That just does not work during a group flight. And as the Mumble server has some issues these days, group voice comm is also not a viable option at the moment.
I sure wish that the group chat functionality could be re-introduced to Altitude.
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Chit Chat / IVAO altitude
« Last post by EHM-2131 Bruce on November 07, 2021, 05:04:26 pm »
Hello all, just wondering if any pilot is using  IVAO altitude software, if so what is your opinion of it, ie is it easy to install and use, for a non techie person, have looked at the manual and looks a bit complicated to set up and use,  any input would be welcome, Best regards Bruce EHM 2131 
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Announcements / PP Event: French Polynesia
« Last post by EHM-2387 Eric-Jan on September 29, 2021, 01:13:01 pm »
With the success of the New Zealand North Island Event in mind, and with the winter coming in our part of the world, we thought it would be a good idea to stay in the Southern hemisphere where it is getting to be summer.
French Polynesia it is!
We'll be ferrying tourists from the main hub NTAA to the remote islands of the archipelago. We left out the furthest islands for this event, because that would be 700-ish nm trips over only water. The legs are roughly between 100 and 300 nm. Longer than the NZ legs, but still doable in an evening with a C172, C182, C208, or Twin Otter or such.

Here's the discussion topic for this event:
https://www.fly-euroharmony.com/forum/index.php/topic,7876.0.html
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Chit Chat / Re: Another around the world record attempt
« Last post by EHM-2387 Eric-Jan on June 01, 2021, 10:44:52 pm »
Track Travis Live:
https://aroundtheworldsolo.co.uk/tracking-travis-live/

By the way: his official start was in my home country, at Teuge Airport, apparently.
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Chit Chat / Another around the world record attempt
« Last post by EHM-2387 Eric-Jan on May 27, 2021, 09:36:11 am »
Trevis Ludlow is today starting his attempt to fly a modified C172 aound the world solo,  becoming the youngest person to do so.
His website says he'll start the 29th, but in an interview with The Flying Reporter he states today (the 27th) as his departure day.

Anyway: here's his website for if you want to follow him
https://aroundtheworldsolo.co.uk/

And here's the interview with The Flying Reporter
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7Wv1cJDkls
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Announcements / PP Event: Kiwi North 2021
« Last post by EHM-2387 Eric-Jan on April 22, 2021, 12:19:00 pm »
Guess what?!?

We're going to do some sight-seeing in Kiwi Land  ;D ;D
These are all very short legs, meant to be flown in a C172 or equivalent G.A. aircraft. they range from 12 to 137nm, so take detours as you like. We'll be visiting most of the airstrips on the North Island. So follow the coast, fly around a mountain, enjiy the scenery!

Head on out to the main website now, and enroll for this specatacular views event :)
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Chit Chat / Re: A lesson in cleanliness
« Last post by EHM-1829 Trevor on March 24, 2021, 09:20:02 am »

     
          Ah! Never thought of that, cheers Eric.  ;D ;D
           
           I've been using DISCORD for the Flybywire A320 project and have noticed 5 other EHM pilots
           on the "Fly-Euroharmony (2758)" channel which was initiated by Peter.
           
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Chit Chat / Re: A lesson in cleanliness
« Last post by EHM-2387 Eric-Jan on March 24, 2021, 07:49:53 am »
 
...
          Guess what I will be doing tomorrow. ;D

Having a beer also?  :P ::)
 :-X
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