JaimeC

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  1. Unreadable cockpit dials X-Plane 11

    Oh, I read blurry instead of faded. In any case, I think adjusting the antialiasing may help quite a bit. The first capture is with FXAA, the second is with 4xSSAA, no other changes. Well, I think the difference is remarkable. Click on the images to see better.
  2. Unreadable cockpit dials X-Plane 11

    I suspect it's antialiasing. Try 4xSSAA, although this will decrease your framerate a little (or a lot) depending on your graphics card.
  3. Wind speed in EHSI

    Very interesting, thanks @Tom Stian I see that in my capture sim/cockpit2/gauges/indicators/wind_speed_kts exactly matches the indication in the EHSI (obvious). Soooo, isn't a IXEG bug. Now it's clearer and ... now I'm more confused. Why is it so different and weird, almost always about a half? The direction of the wind does not seem to be the factor, because in both dataref sim/weather/ and sim/cockpit2/gauges/indicators the deg are almost equal. Mysteries of the X-Plane? I will contact the author of FS-FlightControl commenting on that other dataref. As I said, the air speed indicated on the screen in his program is another. It's clear to me that IXEG is reading the correct data ... but (I think) FS-FlightControl too, and that is not possible. Note: Apologies for the excess of emoticons, but it helps me overcome my insecurity with English and clarify the meaning of my sentences.
  4. Wind speed in EHSI

    Has anyone noticed this? Am I interpreting something wrong? From X-Plane official DataRefs Sim / weather / wind_speed_kt float n kts> = 0 The wind speed at the plane's location. Sim / weather / wind_speed_kt [0] float and kts> = 0 The wind speed in knots. Sim / weather / wind_speed_kt [1] float and kts> = 0 The wind speed in knots. Sim / weather / wind_speed_kt [2] float and kts> = 0 The wind speed in knots. As I understand it, the wind speed in the EHSI should be 233/7 and not 231/13 I'm sorry if it sounds like I'm talking about "wingflex and the cabin lighting" . I am very happy with IXEG and I really enjoy your top level plane ... But I would like to know how to interpret the wind speed in the aircraft. I'm just a curious guy
  5. Wind speed in EHSI

    First of all I want to apologize for my English. I hope not to cause any diplomatic problem. I recently bought FS-FlightControl and I have noticed that the wind speed indicated in the EHSI does not match the one indicated in FS-FlightControl. I have contacted the author of the program and in the end I have come to the conclusion that the wind speed indicated in the EHSI is incorrect. It seems that this indication is of the wind speed in the layer (METAR or manually) and not the actual one that is experiencing the aircraft. That is, the EHSI is reading dataref sim/weather/wind_speed_kt [0] when it should read sim/weather/wind_speed_kt Is it intentional for some reason or am I completely wrong? I have to say that my level of understanding of the systems of a 737 is between zero and nothing. Thanks in advance