FORUM Forums Software CLS2SIM Software Overspeed IAS vs TAS vs SIM Setting Reply To: Overspeed IAS vs TAS vs SIM Setting

Diego Bürgin

Hi Daz

Does TAS even make sense?
IAS sure would, as it considers equipment failures, etc.
Simconnect overspeed warning seemed spotty, kinda unreliable to me at testing, same as stall warning.
A cent for your thoughts?

TAS to IAS will be added into the issues list, options are noted as a possible extension of the feature.
As total alotted feature time for the next development cycle is already at capacity,
the first could be squeezed in, but the second will have to wait.



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