This time on the subject of Flight Simulation, I publish here a small airport in Portugal, between Mora and Montargil municipalities. It is made for FSX (Microsoft Flight Simulator X), and is likely to work in Prepar3d, since they claim to keep backwards compatibility.
The main improvement in v1.1 is the communication with the user. Invalid names, files that cannot be moved, all relevant problems will be reported to you in descriptive messages. These warning messages are designed to be informative, not to be obstructive, so, if you have 100 similar errors, they will appear all in one message.
Asside from that, the program was also improved in speed and memory usage, and is much more protective about the user input, making sure there are no conflicts between your commands and the system. The library folder structure also suffered some adjustments.
Although there were very small functionality and UI changes in this version, development is far from over. I have big plans on developing this application, and providing an improving user experience, for free.
However, in my next posts I will publish some other products that are now in the finishing line.
program's objective is to manage add-ins for those programs that don't provide
a good plugin manager, that allows you to remove or disable the extras at any time.
Universal Add-in Manager (UAM) will allow you to do so, either the add-ins are organized in folders or all
each set of files you add a pack, so, usually, you create a pack for each
add-in. Packs are organized in groups, so that you can manage add-ins from
different programs, all in the same place.
time I have been thinking in creating my own web place, my space for making
public some of my creations.
hard time trying to imagine a name for the blog, and an awful indecision about
the visuals, here it is, The Flying Chariot will be from now on my little
corner of the internet, where I'll publish some of my programs.
As I was
never good in writing introductions, this is it, just browse around and see if