AFV Support is coming along nicely – audio receive is now mostly debugged and has been confirmed working on both Linux and Windows.
As a small teaser, I’ve included a capture of the standalone test client listening to the test ATIS server I’m running.
Continue reading “AFV Progress Report”
It’s been a long time since I was last able to post an update here.
First of all, XSquawkBox is not dead. It’s been largely dormant due to my not having enough time to do the things necessary to produce a new release. I’ve managed to make time starting from last week, with a specific goal of getting a new release with AFV support ready.
Continue reading “AFV Support is Coming…”
Just a warning to all pilot client users.
If you are not maintaining a minimum of 20fps in all phases of flight when using XSquawkBox, you are causing problems for controllers and other traffic due to X-Plane’s time dilation feature.
This is nothing new, but it’s becoming an increasingly large problem due to the recent increases in X-Plane users who have not set up their simulators properly.
It is your responsibility as the user to ensure your X-Plane is running smoothly and above the minimum frame-rate.
I do not and will not promote the use of the autospeed plugin as it does not fix the actual source of the problem.