Posted by Lee Baker on Monday May 07, 2018
PlaneCommand doesn't currently officially support the FlightFactor A320 at the moment. The FlightFactor A320 is a very popular aircraft right now, and I'd love to support it officially; I'm not sure that is going to be possible in the near future.
Posted by Lee Baker on Thursday January 18, 2018
PlaneCommand 3 sometimes won't load for users of older versions of Windows- everything except for Windows 10. If you're seeing this error message in your log file, you might need this fix.
Posted by Lee Baker on Tuesday December 12, 2017
A common problem that I have been having while using PlaneCommand 3 betas involved confusing "to" and "two", since they sound exactly the same. For example, what if you say "set altitude to one thousand feet" vs "set altitude two one thousand feet"? Is that 1,000 feet, or is that 21,000 feet? They sound identical, and it's difficult for PlaneCommand to figure out the intent here.
Posted by Lee Baker on Wednesday February 18, 2015
Version two adds support for a ton of new commands, including full support for the autopilot, navigation equipment, brakes and more. Support has been added for the aftermarket DA-42 and x737 aircraft. Even more flexible voice recognition means you don't need to memorize commands-it's a lot more fun to fly with.
Posted by Lee Baker on Friday December 12, 2014
I'm finishing up work on version two, and wanted to share some of the new features I've added. More systems like autopilot and engine start/stop make your flights more enjoyable. More ways to control existing systems make your experience more natural, and the x737 is the first new plane with full support.
Posted by Lee Baker on Sunday November 09, 2014
PlaneCommand is a plugin that adds voice command support for many common controls. Commands can be voiced in a pretty flexible way, and are read back when completed. For instance, you can say "Please lower the landing gear" or "landing gear down, please" and might get a response of "the landing gear is already down" or "landing gear going down", depending on your situation.