A note on flap calls
The number of flap calls and at which speed they are made depend on the performance data given for the aircraft you use. The Flaps Up call after landing will be different for GA and non-GA aircraft. FDC Live Cockpit! 2011 will display flap and speed data for your aircraft at various times during your flight. You can use the Performance Editor to view the data for each aircraft in detail.
Fine tuning speed and altitude calls
On some graphic intensive panels you may find that speed and altitude calls occur too late. The One-hundred knots call made during takeoff may occur when your speed readout is actually showing more than 100 knots. FDC Live Cockpit! 2011 allows you to fine tune these calls on the Misc Items panel, under the FDC Live Cockpit! 2011 system operation settings section. There are three settings available, one for speed calls, one for altitude calls below 100 ft, and one for altitude calls above 100 ft.
Entering a higher number in these boxes makes the call occur earlier, while entering a lower number makes the call occur later. The default settings found on this page are based on the default Flight Simulator aircraft and panels. However, with a little tweaking of these values, you should be able to adjust the calls to be accurate using any aircraft and panel combination.
Note! The figures entered in these boxes are saved with your profiles. If you find that you need different figures for different aircraft and panel combinations, we recommend that you save your settings in a profile for each combination. This saves you the extra work of having to edit these numbers each time you change aircraft.