Next to useless, why it’s even taking up space is beyond me. It needs vast improvement. It needs towns and cities, airspaces, VOR/DME frequencies alongside approaches and ILS frequencies. Why must I have to go out of the sim to find this basic requirement? At the moment it’s just a colossal waste of time, unless you like following big purple lines.
The VFR map could be so much more, it could be the point of reference for everything in the sim…where you go to look up ILS frequencies…where you look for VOR information…and I’d like an option NOT to have the plane’s position pinpointed on the map so I can navigate without any aids.
It is especially useless since it is essentially a copy of the map on your cockpit display.
Would be great if it also shows the airport taxiway names.
I have to say I agree with you. I tend to use this on my iPad
Basically any device with a browser will work, so you don’t have to have it displayed on your computer screen
No UK VFR map though sadly.
It’s basically google maps, but it shows your position and the position of any other user with it on (great for multiplayer)
I use it to navigate the Uk … & anywhere really
It’s useless… This plugin is great gives you a moving map on your local screen (browser), phone, or your iPad…
Want to place LittleNavMap as a hint:
In Beta, but man… Asobo, we need something like that in the Sim. Can you hire the developer? (just kidding)
But that’s exactly what they Should be doing.
For all the partnerships they talk about… clearly there aren’t enough of them yet.
Thanks for the link… I’ll check that one out too…
The developer! If your still stuck, email him.
when i click start it gives me a error saying “broken pipe”
Try restarting SmoothTrack (want to fix this so it’s not needed).
■■■■ that didn’t work but thx
@Arann Thomson could you shoot me an email! I’d love to get it working.
John Goering as soon as you replied I just got it working ahah but if I start getting problems I’ll email you then, well done btw the app is brilliant
Asobo actually used LNM for creating the bushtrips .pln files. If you open the flightplan from the bushtrip folder you can see the metadata that LNM wrote to the file.