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FlyingJock posted a topic in ON APPROACH - TopicsIt’s essentially a monthly ritual, where sim pilots hit that “Update” button in the Navigraph FMS Data Manager to keep their navigational data up to date for their next flight. In doing so, the data manager updates all of the (supported) installed aircraft and add-on applications that simmers hold in their arsenal. This month though, Navigraph has made a lot of X-Plane pilots rather excited with the addition of support for Active Sky XP in the data manager application. Active Sky XP (or “ASXP” as the developer has been abbreviating it) is the name of yet-to-be-released, X-Plane specific weather engine by HiFi Simulations, and back in June, they provided their biggest update on how the development was coming along, plus information on when X-Plane users might be able to see the engine working its magic in their sim. At that point in time they opened up beta testing applications, with an expected beta of Q3 2018 – at timeframe which we have just ticked over into at the start of this month, meaning that the development appears to be right on track given the addition of this nav data support. This being the case, they also gave an expected final release of Q1 2019. All going well during the beta phase, signs seem to point to this being an accurate estimate too. That said, FSElite is not aware of any beta invitations having been sent to interested parties at the time of writing, despite the enormous amounts of applications that were received by HiFi at the time of opening the expressions of interest. Long having been at or near the top of the “stuff I want from the P3D platform” list for most X-Plane users, it’s almost hard to believe that it’s finally within reach. SOURCE INFO NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/navigraph-fms-data-manager-adds-active-sky-xp-support/
On their Facebook page, Navigraph has said they will soon be providing Commercial Airline Charts (CAO) from Jeppesen, in addition to all other current charts. If you wish to learn more about these charts, you can look at the official Jeppesen document here. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/navigraph-charts-short-news-update/
Data Update Notice All systems have been updated to cycle 1809. New Charts Available The Jeppesen charts in the Navigraph Charts product suite have been updated - airport charts as well as enroute charts. New FMS Data Available A newly updated set of FMS Data is now available either as manual installation files or via the FMS Data Manager software. All for now, The Navigraph Development Team SOURCE INFOhttps://www.navigraph.com/ DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.navigraph.com/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.navigraph.com/
My new PC build is done. Software installed. Now I want to fly. Before I had some issues with flight planning. I want to verify how you guys use PFPX and Navigraph. I signed up for Navigraph to get the latest updates and have all my data in PFPX match whats in my FMC in the PMDG planes. When I start up PFPX it says there has been a change that was applied and I should check the routes. I run this and many of them get checked and have an ! next to them. Am I supposed to delete these? I did this before on my other computer but I noticed on many SIDS and STARS, the waypoints did not match what was in my FMC. I just want to make sure I set this up correct this time as I really want to do more 777 and 737 flying. Thanks, Caderly SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
Gibbon posted a topic in ON APPROACH - TopicsNavigraph AIRAC Data Now Available For FlightFactor A320 The FlightFactor A320 is arguably the best add-on aircraft that X-Plane has seen in a long time, and after finally emerging from a 3-tier buy-in beta stage at the beginning of 2018, the only thing missing was Navigraph’s AIRAC data support. Understandably, Navigraph has been copping a fair bit of frustration from their mutual FlightFactor customers who enjoy using the current data and charts on their simming adventures. Countless Facebook and posts on various forums asking when support for the aircraft would be ready had resulted in numerous responses amounting to a “soon”, and in some cases some sarcastic responses such as “the end of 2018”. SOURCE INFO http://store.x-plane.org/A320-Ultimate_p_688.html https://fselite.net/news/navigraph-airac-data-now-available-for-flightfactor-a320/
albar965 posted a topic in ON APPROACH - TopicsLittle Navmap 1.8.3 released - Navigraph Support Direct download: Windows - macOS - Linux (64 bit) ► Screenshots ► Online Manual ► Features Notes This release adds support for Navigraph updates and includes a full AIRAC cycle 1707 including procedures, airspaces, navaids and more. Note that Navigraph updates will only be available as of December 7th with the next cycle 1713. Furthermore, new flight plan export formats like the Majestic Dash and the new X-Plane 11 FMS format were added. Changes from Release 1.6.7 to 1.8.3 Little Xpconnect was updated to 1.0.5. Minor changes only. Little Navconnect was updated to 1.8.2. Minor changes and bug fixes only. The program will automatically prepare the included Navigraph database on first start. Reloading the scenery databases is recommended. Improvements Navigraph Added Navigraph database cycle 1707 to program download archive. Database is prepared and used automatically on startup. See the Navigation Databases chapter in the manual for more information. Added sub-menu for Navigraph database in menu Scenery Library with three display options. Program can now display mixed data (e.g. FSX/N in titlebar) on map and in information window: Complete airports and ILS from simulator data. Navaids, airways, airspaces and procedures from third party navdata like Navigraph. Changed main window title bar to indicate usage of navdata (e.g. Navigraph): FSX/N: simulator and navdata, (FSX)/N: navdata only and FSX: simulator only. See Window Title in the online manual. Additonal third party database is now opened from application directory first and can be overloaded in settings database directory by a newer one. Programm checks database internal compilation time before copying and creates database indexes on demand. Database is copied and prepared on first startup. Flight Plan Export Enabled saving of the new X-Plane 11 FMS file format and added warning before saving since the format is not usable by X-Plane 11.05. FMS 11 is now the default format when saving FMS although it needs at least a 11.10 beta version. FMS 3 can still be saved using the export option. See in the manual: FMS 11 and FMS 3. Added flight plan export for Majestic Dash. Currently limited to waypoints. See in the manual: FPR. Added export for IXEG 737 flight plan format. See in the manual: FPL. Flight plan export to Flight Factor Airbus added. See in the manual: corte.in. Translation Updated English manual and French program translation. Added translated offline manual PDF by Patrick. Not yet available online. Added French legend and updates to translation. Options Added settings in option dialog on tab User Interface to force user interface language and locale (number format, date format and more) in program to English. Added options to disable restoring the last search parameters, information window content and aircraft trail on startup in options dialog on tab Startup. Other Updated Linux startup script so that it can be used also by the desktop launcher (thanks to Valerio for the tip). Now adding all readme and changelog files to macOS deployment. Added command line option -s or --settings-directory that allows to change the ABarthel part of the settings directory for testing purposes like running more than one version of Little Navmap. Fixed display of navaids in information dock window on procedure tab and removed SIDs and STARs since this information was not useful. Added cycle information to X-Plane menu item in scenery library menu showing AIRAC cycle of loaded X-Plane database. Scenery library menu item is now disabled instead of being hidden if only one simulator is installed. Adapted airspace and COM display to new types. Added caution airspace. Information dock window on tab Runways/Helipads can now display more than one ILS for a runway end (EDDF 25R/07L in X-Plane). Fixed Errors Fixed error where ARINC name of procedures was not loaded causing problems when exporting and loading flight plans. Fixed problem in ATS route string parser where an airway as an invalid first entry did not generate a warning message. Fixed error in route string parser which did not recognize STARs correctly. Fixed error where first enroute waypoint contained an airway reference after calculating with SID in some cases. This caused problems when exporting some flight plan formats and in the route string parser. Fixed several display issues with large airspaces and airways crossing the anti meridian. These showed up mirrored with their tooltips in other parts of the world. Small problems remain (e.g. Melbourne FIR). FSX/P3D: Added workaround for scenery sort order with add-on.xml files missing layer id. Now forcing navaid updates of fsAerodata to highest priority. Fixed error where an automatic connect was attempted even when hostname is empty. Fixed problem with almost invisible checkbox, radiobutton and toolbar-button state in night mode. Fixed error with wrong ILS pitch in X-Plane compiler. Value was rounded to integer value. Better handling of X-Plane OpenAirspace comments. Fixed crashes and freezes with invalid or incomplete procedures. Drawing code is now more robust for invalid procedure legs as they appear in some add-on scenery. Fixed problem where invalid procedure legs were not recognized (course/heading to DME distance or VOR radial). Fixed problem where no scenery database was selected on first startup causing crashes when loading a flight plan. Fixed handling of missing or inaccessible legend file. Now silently ignores error and redirects to web page if unavailable. Fixed error in scenery library menu where a menu item could be deselected resulting in no selection at all. See the included CHANGELOG.txt or here online for a complete list across all versions.
X-Plane 11 Ships with Navigraph as Default Dataset X-Plane 11 is expected out any day now. We are all eager to see what the new user interface looks like; experience the new effects; the European autogen scenery; and also see what has been done in the IFR department. Of particular interest to us here at Navigraph is that X-Plane 11 will be using one single navigational database. Instead of many databases feeding different functions and addons, like in the case of some other flight simulation software, X-Plane 11 will have one single database used for scenery, map, ATC, AI and the GPS/FMS. If you would like to know more about the structure of the new X-Plane data you might find Philipp Münzel’s post on the X-Plane developer blog interesting: http://developer.x-plane.com/?article=navdata-in-x-plane-11 Throughout the development process of the new data format Laminar Research and Navigraph have been in frequent contact, and we are therefore happy to say that we are supporting X-Plane 11 immediately from launch. Moreover, all copies of X-Plane 11 are installed with a recent default dataset provided by Navigraph. SOURCE: http://blog.navigraph.com/post/153477683571/x-plane-11-ships-with-navigraph-as-default-dataset