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Hangar 7 / Re: Is this just Florida, or...?
« Last post by Jeroen Hoppenbrouwers on Mon, 15 Aug 2022 09:33 »
Well Portuguese food was the ONLY reason I even got there... the Seabra supermarket in the first second of the shot is where my wife was collecting the required sustenance for the weeks ahead  :-D

There's a Brazilian/Portuguese core right there in that shopping center.

Hoppie
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Hangar 7 / Re: Is this just Florida, or...?
« Last post by jcomm on Mon, 15 Aug 2022 08:50 »
Hoppie, I really don't have an answer for that, but I did love the :

"Amor em Pedaços Bakery" to the South of the helipads :-)
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Accessories / Re: PSXseecon version 3.23 released
« Last post by asboyd on Mon, 15 Aug 2022 04:29 »
Jack,
I have placed 3.29 at https://www.dropbox.com/s/c6eixs1d58ajqmo/PSXseecon_v3.29.zip?dl=0
I am sure Kiek will not object.

Cheers,
AlexB
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Accessories / Re: PSXseecon version 3.23 released
« Last post by Jack love 744ERF on Sun, 14 Aug 2022 16:15 »
Thank you Dirk.
I interface most of my cockpit with PSXseecon/SIOC. It is wonderful and very easy to use!  So sad that it is not supported any more. But anyway it is almost perfect. Even without any update anymore. I am still looking for the PSXseecon to download (Not the Real traffic but the one to interface home cockpit)
Right. I will try to contact Kiek with email. Thank you.

Regards

Jack
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Accessories / Re: PSXseecon version 3.23 released
« Last post by Dirk Schepmann on Sun, 14 Aug 2022 14:53 »
Hi,

Kiek has removed the „old“ PSXeecon from his website because of small demand and it is no longer supported. The new PSXeecon versions are for P3D and MSFS only and are very close to perfection with lots of features.

Maybe he‘ll provide you with a file if you ask him personally.
The best option would be to use Realtraffic alone, without PSXeecon.

Regarding SIOC, I don’t know what happened to this.

Best regards,
Dirk
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Accessories / Re: PSXseecon version 3.23 released
« Last post by Jack love 744ERF on Sun, 14 Aug 2022 01:59 »
Hello Nico and PSX simmers
I am so stupid that just deleted the whole pexseecon by accident. I want to download it with PSXseecon website but just found that that whole website changed. The only thing left is the Real Traffic. I can’t find any documents about the PSXseecon /SIOC-PSX program. Sorry for my stupid behaviors. And maybe it is somewhere in the forum. Hope to find the link to download them again.

Jack.
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Hello Bode,

Is it possible to modify WidePSX so the weather from Active Sky can be used below FL200?

Below 20000ft the local weather provided by PSX is very accurate when its data is loaded from internet, and close to what AS could provide (they have pretty the same source). This modification will induce a complete rebuild of the weather module for a very small result, so I don’t think I will consider your request, sorry.

Best regards,
Jean-Philippe
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Hangar 7 / Re: Segmet Related Overcast
« Last post by Hardy Heinlin on Fri, 12 Aug 2022 23:57 »
SBVT is the focus local zone.  At least it is the first shown in the corridor.

The term "local zone" in PSX refers to the 7 local zones whose weather data can be set on the 7 tabs between the Planet tab and the Corridor tab:

Planet | Zone1 | Zone2 | Zone3 | Zone4 | Zone5 | Zone6 | Zone7 | Corridor | SIGMET

The Corridor doesn't contain any "local zone". The Corridor just contains wind and OAT data.

Clouds are set on the zone tabs and the planet tab (and possibly in cloud related SIGMETs).


|-|ardy
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Hangar 7 / Re: Segmet Related Overcast
« Last post by Bluestar on Fri, 12 Aug 2022 23:28 »
Quote
When I load your situ ...
• SBUA is the focussed local zone with a METAR from 121900Z -- Does this agree with your scenario?
• SIGMET header says DOWNLOADED 19:57:08 - 12 AUG 2022 UTC -- Does this agree with your scenario?

DOWNLOADED 13:45:18 - 12 AUG 2022 UTC

SBVT is the focus local zone.  At least it is the first shown in the corridor. 

SBVT 110100Z 31007KT CAVOK 25/20 Q1011

I have saved the original Segmet if that will help and can post it.

I went back to the position screen and realized that the large rectangular box that showed the overcast for most of my flight from KAUS-SBKP is to the west of SBKP.  By centering the position map at SBKP and placing the zoom at 0.03125 the box can be seen covering most of North and South America.

I'm trying to get you the correct information and slowly but surely I'll get the drill down.

Bode

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Hangar 7 / Re: Segmet Related Overcast
« Last post by Hardy Heinlin on Fri, 12 Aug 2022 21:23 »
First, another general background info ...

When you save a situ file while a real-world WX data download function is enabled, the download function will be promptly enabled when you reload that situ file.

So ...

when loading a situ that has the "Set zones by flight track and downloaded METARs" checkbox selected, the sim will as soon as possible start another METAR download. When it does, the METAR related weather won't be the same as the one when the situ was saved.

Similarly, when loading a situ that has the "Download SIGMETs when downloading METARs" checkbox selected, the sim will as soon as possible start another SIGMET download. When it does, the SIGMET related weather won't be the same as the one when the situ was saved.

Therefore ...

I need to ask you if I'm seeing the same WX data in your situ that you saw when you saved that situ. When I load your situ, I immediately deselect those two checkboxes to avoid further downloads during my WX analysis. But I'm not 100% sure if I deselected them quickly enough. So, my question is:

When I load your situ ...
• SBUA is the focussed local zone with a METAR from 121900Z -- Does this agree with your scenario?
• SIGMET header says DOWNLOADED 19:57:08 - 12 AUG 2022 UTC -- Does this agree with your scenario?

When I load your situ, my aircraft is not in a SIGMET area.
Also, when I load your situ, my aircraft is not in clouds. It is above clouds. And these clouds are not overcast but few.


Secondly ...

In the simplified PSX windshield view, clouds are always represented by an "overcast layer", even if they actually are just broken, scattered, or few.

Are you referring to the PSX windshield or to your external scenery view?


Regards,

|-|ardy


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