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ntnll
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New users welcome

Post by ntnll » Wed Sep 19, 2018 1:16 pm

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DGENTE
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Re: New users welcome

Post by DGENTE » Wed Nov 21, 2018 5:53 pm

Bonjour. Passionné du simulateur X Plane 11, je découvre votre géniale application qui complète parfaitement le logiciel. Magnifique travail. Merci à vous.

ntnll
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Re: New users welcome

Post by ntnll » Mon Nov 26, 2018 9:06 am

DGENTE wrote:
Wed Nov 21, 2018 5:53 pm
Bonjour. Passionné du simulateur X Plane 11, je découvre votre géniale application qui complète parfaitement le logiciel. Magnifique travail. Merci à vous.
Welcome DGENTE!
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chrispalf
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Re: New users welcome

Post by chrispalf » Sat Dec 08, 2018 12:09 pm

Hello 124thATC users and developers!

I am not really a new user, I have been using 124thATC ever since I got XP10 over 2 years back and have used it on just about every flight ever since so many hundreds of hours - possibly thousands...

I fly jets in XP11 mostly, the Zibo 737-800 and ToLiss A319 being my current favorite aircraft. I use multi voice support in 124thATC on Windows 10 and have developed some spoken commands and check lists (using Voice Attack) so my virtual F/O carries out my commands such as gear up, flaps etc., reads out the check list and reads back ATC instructions. That leaves me to fly the plane and look out of the window!

I think 124thATC is the best plug-in I have and could not fly without it. I have downloaded the public beta and will begin tests on my next flight.

Thanks for providing this plug-in!

Chris

ntnll
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Re: New users welcome

Post by ntnll » Sat Dec 08, 2018 1:35 pm

chrispalf wrote:
Sat Dec 08, 2018 12:09 pm
Hello 124thATC users and developers!

I am not really a new user, I have been using 124thATC ever since I got XP10 over 2 years back and have used it on just about every flight ever since so many hundreds of hours - possibly thousands...

I fly jets in XP11 mostly, the Zibo 737-800 and ToLiss A319 being my current favorite aircraft. I use multi voice support in 124thATC on Windows 10 and have developed some spoken commands and check lists (using Voice Attack) so my virtual F/O carries out my commands such as gear up, flaps etc., reads out the check list and reads back ATC instructions. That leaves me to fly the plane and look out of the window!

I think 124thATC is the best plug-in I have and could not fly without it. I have downloaded the public beta and will begin tests on my next flight.

Thanks for providing this plug-in!

Chris
Welcome on board Chris, and thanks for introducing yourself! I'm really happy you like 124thATC, enjoy it!

Antonello

vittop
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Re: New users welcome

Post by vittop » Tue Dec 11, 2018 8:28 am

Hi to everybody. I’ve been a virtual pilot since MSFS appeared, and stuck for long time with Win7 + FSXSP2. I decided to switch to Linux and XP11 as the demo was made available. Of course before actually leaving FSX and buying the full XP11, I would like to have for this latter an ATC better than default one, which imho is even worse than FSX's one. Hope to help with 124thATC testing, I will post my first remarks soon.

ntnll
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Re: New users welcome

Post by ntnll » Tue Dec 11, 2018 2:23 pm

vittop wrote:
Tue Dec 11, 2018 8:28 am
Hi to everybody. I’ve been a virtual pilot since MSFS appeared, and stuck for long time with Win7 + FSXSP2. I decided to switch to Linux and XP11 as the demo was made available. Of course before actually leaving FSX and buying the full XP11, I would like to have for this latter an ATC better than default one, which imho is even worse than FSX's one. Hope to help with 124thATC testing, I will post my first remarks soon.
Hello vittop,
Feel free to test the last RC build if you want, but remember they are quite unstable during the test phase.
And welcome on board :)
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