XSquawkBox 2.1 Released

XSquawkBox 2.1 is a minor feature update to implement the new radio effects as used in the standalone AFV client and xPilot/vPilot.

It also fixes the bug where the Enable Radio Effects checkbox in Audio Setup didn’t actually do anything (Radio effects were enabled always).

XSquawkBox 2.1 can be downloaded at the download page.

Update: Because I’m getting too many reports of this, do NOT run the AFV standalone client alongside XSB 2.0 or newer. You don’t need it – AFV support is fully integrated. No support or consideration will be given for issues caused by trying to run both side by side.

5 Replies to “XSquawkBox 2.1 Released”

  1. Hi Chris, I had a few instances (XP11.41/Ubuntu) when XSB 2.0 (not 2.1) did not find any VATSIM server that I select ed. The following output was for instance present in Log.txt for one of the Servers:

    XSB: Connect selected…
    XSB-Console: The server ‘GERMANY-1’ could not be found in the server list. Please choose a new server from the list.

    VATSIM reported all systems up. Should I file it as a bug?

    1. No. It means that there was no entry named GERMANY-1 in the server list that XSB got. You should make sure the server you were using still exists when that happens. 🙂

  2. Hey i have a question why i can’t log in to vatsim now when i log in so i wrote a low fps number it never happened to me now

  3. Hi,

    Should v2.1 display aircraft under Vulcan or is that not supported yet ?



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