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Re: FP737 Handbook 2.1

Post by egkkman » 03 May 2018, 07:28

Hi Silverstar,

I've not been able to download this App........... until now.

I've only had a quick look but a) it looks very good, I look forward to trying it out b) you've obviously put a lot of work into this.

Thanks very much for sharing.

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Dave

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Re: FP737 Handbook 2.1

Post by Silverstar » 03 May 2018, 09:43

Hey Dave,

Thanks a lot for installing my application, I still have a lot of work to do to finalize it.
Time taken from my free time, but it'll take as long as it takes :shock:
If you have questions, needs or other things to modify you can tell me about this post.

See you later :mrgreen:

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Re: FP737 Handbook 2.1.6

Post by Silverstar » 28 Jun 2018, 13:12

From 2.1 to 2.1.6 released today :mrgreen:

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Re: FP737 Handbook 2.1.7.2

Post by Silverstar » 23 Sep 2018, 23:21

2.1.7.2 :mrgreen:

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Re: FP737 Handbook 2.1.7.2

Post by Bernie » 24 Sep 2018, 09:47

Hi Silverstar,

How do I download the updates for this. I have never worked out how to get them. :lol:

Edit: I have just managed to update it on my phone but my tablet XGody, has it installed also but Google play tells me that it is not compatible with this version. I think you may have sent me a link to download it and install manually for that some time ago and this was v2.0.3.
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Re: FP737 Handbook 2.1.7.2

Post by Silverstar » 24 Sep 2018, 10:30

Bernie MP sent :mrgreen:

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Re: FP737 Handbook 2.1.7.2

Post by Bernie » 24 Sep 2018, 12:41

Hi Silverstar,

I have replied and thank you for your great effort to give others the use of your application. It is so much appreciated. :D :D
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Re: FP737 Handbook 2.2

Post by Silverstar » 24 Sep 2018, 14:21

Thanks Bernie, we are enjoying our hobby :mrgreen:

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Re: FP737 Boeing Tools 2.3.5

Post by Silverstar » 03 Apr 2019, 18:39

People who couldn't take the application from the store, could send me their mail by PM so I could group them for the sending of the application by email Thank you :mrgreen:

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Re: FP737 Boeing Tools 2.3.5

Post by Silverstar » 07 Apr 2019, 00:16

Thanks to the members for the emails by PM, I will send you the next version when it is ready :mrgreen:

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Changelog

From now, I will inform you directly in the application of new updates.
The script compares your version with the Playstore version. If it is a new installation and when you update the application you will have the changelog. It's better to know why I'm making updates. As there is a lot of content we will never know what I added.
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Drawer

5 menus instead of 12.
At first I got a little carried away with the menus, finally I was tired of having to click right to left.
So I thought about putting everything together and setting up a search system.
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Menu checklist

At the beginning I had put in a 2017 Ryanair checklist but this one was a little long especially for the BEFORE START part, and some people told me it was too long. So I started from scratch with a mix checklist not too long official BOEING + interesting points taken on the RYANAIR check, and I think I found the perfect cocktail, that is to say neither too long, not too short, just what it takes. I also took the opportunity to design a design more towards the checklist theme, white/grey writing, black background and green validation.
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Menu Lights INDEX

He's asking for a lot of work. In my free time like everything else. In fact, it is the same LIGHT INDEX as found in the QRH.
Except that this one is in English (original) and French. An overview?

Search by keyword + interface redesign (Wholesale title on pink background)
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Menu Training

This part gathers all the other menus I had before (FCTM + FCOM + Maneuvers + CDU Tips + Various Info...)
Always by keyword search, an overview of the APU and AUTOLAND part (Fragment)
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Menu Weather EIn progress... :P

I am currently working on V2.4 :mrgreen:
Currently when I want to read a METAR, I display a TXT file from a NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) FtP server. The result no longer suits me too much :?
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With the pseudo-class nth-Child, I was able to make the Metar part much more fun (I think I'll do the TAF part later).
As you can see, I read the information directly from the Aviation-Weather website web page (I no longer need to press METAR to get the information, as soon as I finish typing the last letter of the ICAO code the search is automatic)
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For later, I planned an integration for the TAF (Certainly on the same page with a scrollview) :mrgreen:
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