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Re: Spoken ATC

Postby RobAndrew » Wed Apr 24, 2019 7:58 pm

Hi there,

Would just like to know how you're getting on with this?

I'd also like to report a bug if possible. It seems that if the frequency of ground is the same as tower, when you get to the runway, it commands "contact tower at "." Then nothing else. Is it possible to right this at all?

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Re: Spoken ATC

Postby rleibner » Fri Apr 26, 2019 9:32 pm

Hi all,
I apologize for the delay, I have been "unplugged" for a while.
I've just committed version 2.2.4. Please update your local copy.

Main changes are:
    * Weather data: wind and pressure are now according "actual weather" instead of metar ones. (suggested by clm76).
    * ILS runways: flying heavy planes, you can request a ILS rwy by pressing "Ctrl-<" (instead of "<") when contacting APP or TWR. (suggested by dervau).
    * Approach Clearance: APP will give you a vector to reach final leg (10nm from touchdown) and an altitude for a standard glideslope (about 2.5 deg).

About the TTS voices, their parameters stays nailed once you start the session. Thus, you can modify the voices only via the preferences.xml file.
Try this (p.ex.):
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<?xml version="1.0"?>
  <!-- General simulation preferences -->
. . . . .
        <voice n="0">
          <text type="string"/>
          <volume type="double">1.0</volume>
          <pitch type="double">20.0</pitch>
          <speed type="double">1.0</speed>
          <preamble type="string">(voice_us2_mbrola)</preamble>
          <festival type="bool">false</festival>
          <htsvoice type="string">cstr_uk_female-1.0.htsvoice</htsvoice>
. . . . .

Thanks all of you for your contributions.
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