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Repost: FS9GPS Documentation (Read 2317 times)
13th Mar, 2011 at 3:50pm

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Blatant Repost from FSDEveloper.com:

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After struggling for some time with many of the fs9gps variables and searching the forums for documentation of their use, often in vain, I attempted to fill the gap.

What started out as notes on a spreadsheet grew into something more resembling a guidebook, “FS9GPS Module”. It’s a collection of ‘notes to myself’ on the use of the gps module, definitions and examples of its 320 variables, and explanations of the principals of some xml coding techniques such as ICAO Transfer and Cycle Skipping that are used when working with the FS9 gps.dll module.

For those interested, it can be downloaded from the BlackBox website:

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Hope you enjoy it!

Regards,

Bob
 

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Reply #1 - 15th Mar, 2011 at 4:41am

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Felix - thanks!  I attempted to post the GPS Doc notice to this forum a few days ago, but got twisted around by the change of url, and only now have successfully logged in again.

I really appreciate that you took the initiative to repost it here.  I hope people find it a useful reference and also hope it encourages some to try programming with the gps variables that may never have considered it before.

THANKS,

Bob
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Reply #2 - 15th Mar, 2011 at 12:45pm

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I made your post at flightsim.com a "sticky" which now has it placed at the very top of the queue...  Wink
 

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