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    Posted: May-14-2022 at 2:55pm
We wanted everyone to know that MSFS is proceeding nicely. Here are some quick grabs from a test flight from KLGA to KATL.

Note: You can scroll the pictures at the bottom if they do not fit your screen.

For more on FSHud - Air Traffic Control, go to https://www.flight1.com/products.asp?vid=flt1sf&pid=fshudv1









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Awesome to see this progress.  Well done!!
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Looking forward to this!

Can you confirm that the panel used is integrated into the sim as part of MSFS? Having it as a separate 2D panel/application is a real pain and immersion breaker in VR… use Pilot2ATC today, but it’s biggest drawback is not having an integrated panel I MSFS, so using it with VR is really painful.
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Originally posted by Sleepy21 Sleepy21 wrote:

Looking forward to this!

Can you confirm that the panel used is integrated into the sim as part of MSFS? Having it as a separate 2D panel/application is a real pain and immersion breaker in VR… use Pilot2ATC today, but it’s biggest drawback is not having an integrated panel I MSFS, so using it with VR is really painful.

Hello,
Following panel is technically a separate window.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Sleepy21 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May-16-2022 at 8:28am
Ah… so it won’t work in VR then, without clunky 3rd party software to show a separate program/window in VR that is. That’s a shame. But I guess there are limits to what can be programmed in the MS toolbar windows. Will probably try this as it looks like an updated and more modern version of pilot2atc, but it would be so much better if you could interact with the program via the integrated MSFS toolbar windows.
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Originally posted by Sleepy21 Sleepy21 wrote:

Ah… so it won’t work in VR then, without clunky 3rd party software to show a separate program/window in VR that is. That’s a shame. But I guess there are limits to what can be programmed in the MS toolbar windows. Will probably try this as it looks like an updated and more modern version of pilot2atc, but it would be so much better if you could interact with the program via the integrated MSFS toolbar windows.


This feature would be added in future - but currently we don't have roadmap for it.
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