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Dear aviators,

Just a few fixes this time to get ready to promote all the new features included in the past months into the app stores.

Thank you for sharing your feedback and have a great week!

 

Cheers,

Team EasyVFR 4

 

 

Release notes

  • FIXED: Sometimes highlighted airspace (for example due to an airspace warning) was rendered offset compared to the actual position of the airspace.
  • FIXED: When ALT2 (alternate) was closer to the destination than ALT1, then the route planning window would use that as distance to calculate fuel-to-furthest alternate for, resulting in a difference between the Trip Kit produced fuel required and the total fuel required according to the route window.
  • FIXED: QuickInfo wheel, Route objects truncated the last few characters of a User Waypoint description.
  • FIXED: QuickInfo wheel, Route Objects Window, when editing a user waypoint mixed lower & uppercase characters are now allowed.
  • FIXED: EasyVFR 4 menu -> my UserWaypoints now only accepts A-Z, 0-9, and a few special characters as short ID and description.
  • FIXED: Some menu z-order issues.
  • CHANGED: Dynon SkyView systems produce a wrong route when a route is sent via Wi-Fi which contains a VFR Reporting Point ("VRP") that has an identifier (for example "E") and more than one VRP with the same Ident exists close together. For example a route LZPE->LSZR-E->lSZR would not route via LSZR-E, but instead via LOIH-E. The only way to fix this was to no longer use the correct Ident/latitude/longitude, but instead use a "fake ident" (in our case LSZR E)/latitude/longitude, resulting unfortunately in that route waypoint not using the VRP icon anymore in the route list.

 

Downloads

Apple iOS & iPadOS

  • Minimum requirements:
    • 64-bit and 2GB RAM. Effectively:
      • iPad Air 2 and higher.
      • iPad Mini 4 and higher.
      • iPhone 6S and higher.
    • The iPad Mini 5 and iPad Pro perform extremely well.
  • Download
    1. Install the Apple TestFlight app via the Apple AppStore.

    2. Go to the following URL to download the latest version of EasyVFR 4 via TestFlight:
    https://testflight.apple.com/join/Zxbi0Hof

Android

Windows desktop

macOS High Sierra and up

    • IMPORTANT:
      • Intel macs on Big Sur and Monterey need to have the latest macOS version 11.6.1 or 12.0.1 or up installed.
      • M1 macs can download via the iOS AppStore.
    • Minimum requirements:
      • Most 64-bit macOS versions. E.g. High Sierra, Mojave, Catalina. BigSur 11.6.1 and Monterey 12.0.1 and up.
      • M1 macs can download via the iOS AppStore.
    • Download:
    • Installation instructions:
      1. After downloading the DMG file, open it and drag the EasyVFR 4 icon into the Applications folder. EasyVFR 4 is now available via Launchpad.
      2. When you get the message "EasyVFR4.app can’t be opened because it was not downloaded from the App Store" choose [Open in Finder] from that popup, then right-click on EasyVFR4.app and choose open. Now the same popup will appear, now with a [Open] button.
      3. From there on you can launch EasyVFR 4 from the launchpad without this warning.
      4. With every update, you need to redo step 2.
This topic was modified 9 months ago by Nosegear

   
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