SimToolkitPro

SimToolkitPro is a cross simulator set of tools for X-Plane 10/11, FSX and Prepar3D. Featuring a vast array of different features, SimToolkitPro is aimed at all abilities.

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Multi-Purpose

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Alice Culan - UI Developer

Latest News

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Pattern Pro, and a ground up rewrite of STKP!

STKP Pattern Pro

STKP Pattern Pro, coming really soon.. I promise!

So Pattern Pro is a small plugin for X-Plane 11 (Win/Lin with Mac coming soon) that helps with traffic pattern practice. It will render a series of rings in the air showing the perfect pattern to fly complete with a status window and optional audible readouts when to make your turns. Below are a couple of in development screenshots. The final product will differ!

Pattern Pro will be available in several flight sim stores on release, priced very reasonably.

I will be looking for some testers for Pattern Pro soon so if you are interested in testing it out, drop me a message in the discord – details at the bottom of the post!

It is also designed to be fully compatible with SimToolkitPro which is a great segue into….

STKP Ground up rewrite!?

Yes, a full, from-the-start rewrite of SimToolkitPro.

Why?

Simple answer, Mac and Linux support for X-Plane, better mapping, charting and graphing options (not limited by expensive .NET controls or having to write my own), and mainly I can get the UI and UX that it needs.

Longer answer, Better support for all flight sims across OS’s and platforms, more flexibility with UI and how the report data is displayed (trust me it will look so much nicer!), rolling updates for aircraft support rather than bulk patching that is required now. The X-Plane plugin (SimToolkitConnect) will be rewritten too with a bunch of lessons learned from Pattern Pro to improve stability and performance. There’s a contemplation to go around the FSUIPC requirement and work directly with SimConnect SDK for FSX/P3D but that is something i’m researching. Cloud and sync flexibility, transferring settings and configs between instances of STKP are a possibility too. Better integration with online networks and services like navigraph too.

It will still do everything it does now, and will look similar, but with better support for aircraft, streaming updates, navigational overlays for the live map, and a ton more cool stuff I want to make work but would have struggled to within C#.Net. The current build of STKP will receive stability and aircraft database updates right up until the launch of the rewrite too!

I’ll be keeping everyone posted in the discord on the progress of everything, if you aren’t part of it you can be here – https://discord.gg/JwjUer4

Thanks for all your continued support with STKP. I’m really looking forward to getting this rewrite out to everyone and excited to get Pattern Pro into peoples hands too!

What a month.. Big updates, and future additions!

So November has been super, super busy. We’ve seen the new UI, new welcome screen, in app browser, support for the Flight Factor A320 EFB and the awesome WebFMC plugin. We are now on the X-plane.org community site which has helped grow the user base exponentially. We also have replay playback within the report window with some gauges and graphics to show the aircraft state as you did your approach.

We are now on Patreon too so if you use SimToolkitPro and want to contribute towards the ongoing development you can do that there – https://www.patreon.com/simtoolkitpro

We’ve had numerous fixes and usability improvements and we really are just getting started with what SimToolkitPro will be.

So what is coming next month? Well hopefully by the end of November we will have updates out including a new Airport Info window with more details on there and a new settings system that will stop the requirement to reconfigure everything whenever there is a new patch. 

What about December? I want to be pushing one of the modules I’m most looking forward to in December, the take-off performance calculator, along with deep wiki integration (once I get more content on the wiki), VATSIM/IVAO overlay for the live map, an overhaul of the report browser to make it more useful and less “data”, and the ability to compare similar reports (same runway etc).

That is about everything for this update post, I will try and do these more regularly but its been a very very busy but productive month. Thanks to everyone on X-plane.org, and the Discord for your continued support!

Big changes and updates! – Nov 1

Big changes afoot, there have been so many updates this past week I’ve almost lost count of the patches. Most recently we got listed on the X-Plane.org community site – https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/48027-simtoolkitpro/

Secondly, there is now support for the popular WebFMC plugin for X-Plane too, here it is in action.

To enable this, install the plugin and tick the box in the settings page. Remember this is X-Plane only.

The server mode UI has been changed to be nicer and more useful and there is more checking of consistency for the network system to reduce the number of crashes. There are only so many sets of circumstances I can test in the office.

There has been a bunch more support added for the auto detection of aircraft, the Live Map now uses ArcGIS for the topo map mode and you can overlay your flight plan (.fms format) onto it

Connection indicators improve on the connection system and reduce error messages by stopping the toolkit attempting to connect to a non-running application.

Its also now vastly easier to setup folders as Prepar3D and X-plane install directories are auto configured if possible.

Lastly, we are now fully 64 bit, having updated the remaining modules that were holding it back so we have much better support and stability now. You can keep up with development on here, and on our facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/simtoolkitpro/. Development is regularly streamed on https://twitch.tv/xyligo. You can join the conversation on discord here – https://discord.gg/JwjUer4.

Thanks for your time and the continued feedback!