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  1. It should (hopefully) be mentioned somewhere, but freeware Portland Cityscape is an antirequisite of TrueEarth US Oregon. You'll need to uninstall that to install TE Oregon.
  2. Upon reviewing this deeper, it appears there was a link in the one of the Central product carousels that linked to the XP11 version of RJAA instead of the MSFS version. This has now been resolved. Usually, like you mentioned, it's not possible to find products for another simulator in Central, except in very specific cases (being linked from the website, Central homepage, etc). Sorry again for the inconvenience here.
  3. Hi Louis, Those represent "tower" controllers on VATSIM. There is also "D" and "G" which represent clearance delivery and ground controllers respectively. If you wish to disable this, it's "VATSIM ATC Coverage" in the map settings:
  4. We have not stopped developing for X-Plane. More products are in the works
  5. Volanta doesn't inject traffic into the sim yet. It's designed to be used in conjunction with VATSIM, IVAO, PilotEdge instead of being a network of its own. We'll look into this. IVAO doesn't have easily accessible data available for their FIR/UIR boundaries (although we could pull this from WebEye). We'll get in touch with them. At the moment, flights are automatically ended shortly after you turn the engines off. I believe this would be more common than leaving the engines on when people are doing multiple hops? Either way, we can look into a better way to handl
  6. Very soon. We're inviting quite a few people every day, so it won't be long until everyone has access. The Navigraph integration allows you to see fixes, navaids, airways, etc in our map. You will still need the Navigraph Charts app to view the airport and procedure charts
  7. Hi all, We're reading all of the feedback. We've been busy in development We have a few users in the beta - they're already keeping us quite busy with feedback. More randomly selected users are added every few days. Once we're back in the office next year, we'll be adding far more people. Not at this stage, but it's something we'll consider after release. We already record airspeed, ambient wind, pitch, bank, heading and G force. Just not all are shown in the UI yet, but will note that down.
  8. Hi, Would you mind telling us what problems you're having with Orbx Central? We have tried our best to make it as simple as possible. We have a detailed user guide that may help too.
  9. Hi Pete, This is not released yet. We should definitely make that error message more descriptive! Expect to see REX Weather Force within the next few days.
  10. Hi, In Orbx Central, you can see the version number in the column on the right: It's worth noting that we can only update 3rd party products when they send us the files. Usually our turnaround time once we have the files is less than 48 hours, depending on complexity.
  11. Hi Jürgen, Please make a ticket for this: https://support.orbxdirect.com
  12. Good point - we actually do store this data (and had it shown on the aircraft list in our original announcement). We'll make sure to add that back. You can also see all of your aircraft locations on the map after clicking on Aircraft:
  13. Hi all, Your registrations have all been received - we're still working to get Volanta to you very soon. We've implemented some of the top requested features and simulators (including one mentioned a few posts above mine )
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