CAT Tutorial Video

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nickw

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Hello people...

Since the manual for CAT is being redone, I have put together a very quick video tutorial that should help you understand the basics. Excuse the "rough and ready" put together... I was in a rush :)

CAT video tutorial
 
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Nick,
finally I have found the time to see the video. Thanks, very helpfull! And maybe stupid question but still, how does it look in tha FS? One gate (constisting of three different), that will move to the airplane, the type is selected using NAV1 frequency? Sorry to ask such question but bear with me, I am still a begginner on this field... :teacher:


Best regards,
 

arno

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Yes, it is as you describe. In FS you drive to the gate, then you set the NAV1 frequency to the type of aircraft you want. If you then set the NAV2 frequency to the trigger it will start animating the gate.

But I can tell you that the NAV frequency to check the aircraft is only a temporarily solution, we are working on something better.
 

nickw

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arno said:
Yes, it is as you describe. In FS you drive to the gate, then you set the NAV1 frequency to the type of aircraft you want. If you then set the NAV2 frequency to the trigger it will start animating the gate.

But I can tell you that the NAV frequency to check the aircraft is only a temporarily solution, we are working on something better.
/Nick giggles to himself

Shhhh :)
 

arno

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:scratchch who knows, but I can't tell you more now :tapedshut ;)
 

spotlope

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nickw said:
Hello people...

Since the manual for CAT is being redone, I have put together a very quick video tutorial that should help you understand the basics. Excuse the "rough and ready" put together... I was in a rush :)
Great job, Nick! Thanks for putting in the effort. The new CAT is quite an elegant and full-featured tool, isn't it? Love it!

thanks,
 
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